Pattern recognition and other chemometrical techniques are important tools in interpreting environmental data. The Handbook of Environmental Chemistry, Volume 2, Part H presents authoritatively state-of-the-art applications of measuring and handling environmental data. The chapters are written by leading experts.
- H. Hobert: Library Search - Principles and Applications
- D.R. Scott: Empirical Pattern Recognition/Expert System Approach for Classification and Identification of Toxic Organic Compounds from Low Resolution Mass Spectra
- P.K. Hopke: The Mixture Resolution Problem Applied to Airborne Particle Source Apportionment
- O.M. Kvalheim, A.A. Christy: Analytical Profiling and Latent-Variable Analysis of Multivariate Data in Petroleum Geochemistry
- L. Eriksson, J.L. Hermens: A Multivariate Approach to Quantitative Structure-Activity and Structure-Property Relationships
- M. Feinberg: Method Validation and Laboratory Evaluation
- M. Feinberg: Data Management in Relation to Statistical Processing and Quality Control
- R.D. McDowall: The Management of Laboratory Information
- J. Webster: Automated Techniques for the Monitoring of Water Quality
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