Pontes, M J C and Galvao, R K H and Araujo, M C U and Moreira, T and Neto, O D P and Jose, G E and Saldanha, T C B (2005) The successive projections algorithm for spectral variable selection in classification problems. Chemometrics and intelligent laboratory systems, 78 (1-2). pp. 11-18. ISSN 0169-7439Full text not available in this repository. (Request a copy from the Strathclyde author)
The Successive Projections Algorithm (SPA) has been shown to be a useful tool for variable selection in the framework of multivariate calibration. In this paper, the collinearity minimization role of SPA is exploited in the context of classification methods for which collinearity is a known cause of generalization problems. For this purpose, a cost function associated to the average risk of misclassification by Linear Discriminant Analysis (LDA) is used to guide SPA selection. The proposed approach is illustrated in two classification problems. The first problem involves four types of vegetable oils (corn, soya, canola, sunflower). In this case, UV-VIS spectrometry is adopted to emphasize the ability of SPA-LDA to deal with low-resolution spectra with strong overlapping, which are associated to the wide absorption bands in this region. In the second problem, NIR spectrometry is employed to discriminate diesel samples with respect to the concentration level of sulphur. This application illustrates the use of SPA-LDA in a large-scale variable selection scenario. In these two examples, SPA-LDA is compared with the commonly used SIMCA classification method, as well as with a genetic algorithm (GA). The results show that SPA-LDA is superior to SIMCA and comparable to GA-LDA with respect to classification accuracy in an independent prediction set. Moreover, SPALDA is found to be less sensitive to instrumental noise than GA-LDA.
|Keywords:||successive projections algorithm, classification, linear discriminant analysis, genetic algorithm, SIMCA, UVVIS spectrometry, NIR spectrometry, optimization, vegetable oils, diesel, discriminant analysis, multivariate calibration, genetic algorithms, multicomponent analysis, infrared spectroscopy, wavelength selection, olive oils, adulteration, Chemistry, Spectroscopy, Analytical Chemistry, Software, Process Chemistry and Technology, Computer Science Applications|
|Subjects:||Science > Chemistry|
|Department:||Faculty of Engineering > Chemical and Process Engineering|
|Depositing user:||Pure Administrator|
|Date Deposited:||06 Jan 2012 14:19|
|Last modified:||05 May 2016 00:12|