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  • M. Amrhein, B. Srinivasan and D. Bonvin
    Calibration of spectral reaction data
    Chemometrics and Intelligent Laboratory Systems, 46 (1999) 249-264
    Abstract; info
  • K.S. Booksh and B.R. Kowalski
    Theory of analytical chemistry
    Analytical Chemistry, 66 (1994) 782A-791A
    Info
  • R. DiFoggio
    Examination of some misconceptions about near-infrared analysis
    Applied Spectroscopy, 49 (1995) 67-75
    Abstract; info
  • R. DiFoggio
    Guidelines for applying chemometrics to spectra: feasibility and error propagation
    Applied Spectroscopy, 54 (2000) 94A-113A
    Abstract; info; purchase
  • R. DiFoggio
    Desensitizing models using covariance matrix transforms or counter-balanced distortions
    Journal of Chemometrics, 19(2005) 203-215
    Abstract; info
  • P. Geladi
    Some recent trends in the calibration literature
    Chemometrics and Intelligent Laboratory Systems, 60 (2002) 211-224
    Abstract
  • P.M. Lang and J.H. Kalivas
    A global perspective on multivariate methods in spectral chemical analysis
    Journal of Chemometrics, 7 (1993) 153-163
    Abstract; request
  • R. Marbach
    On Wiener filtering and the physics behind statistical modeling
    Journal of Biomedical Optics, 7 (2002) 130-147
    Abstract; request
  • R. Marbach
    A new method for multivariate calibration
    Journal of Near Infrared Spectroscopy, 13 (2005) 241-254
    Abstract; request
  • M.B. Seasholtz and B. Kowalski
    The parsimony principle applied to multivariate calibration
    Analytica Chimica Acta, 277 (1993) 165-177
    Abstract; request
  • R. Sundberg
    Interplay between chemistry and statistics, with special reference to calibration and the generalized standard addition method
    Chemometrics and Intelligent Laboratory Systems, 4 (1988) 299-305
    Abstract; request
  • R. Sundberg
    Multivariate calibration - direct and indirect regression methodology
    Scandinavian Journal of Statistics, 26 (1999) 161-207
    Abstract; download from the home page of Prof. Rolf Sundberg (icon_pdf.gif=1.1 mB)