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Multivariate optical computing

Multivariate Optical Computing replaces the conventional spectroscopy systems currently used for multivariate measurements with a Multivariate Optical Computer, where the “software” is an Application Specific Multivariate Optical Element (ASMOE). The ASMOE is designed for the specific purpose of measuring the magnitude of a multiwavelength pattern in the spectrum of a sample without actually measuring a spectrum.

Multivariate Optical Computing allows instruments to be made with the mathematics of pattern recognition designed directly into an optical computer, which extracts information from light without recording a spectrum. This makes it possible to achieve the speed, dependability, and ruggedness necessary for realtime, in-line process control instruments.


Myrick, Michael L. and Frederick G. Haibach. "Precision in Multivariate Optical Computing", Applied Optics, 2004-04-01]. Retrieved on 2006-12-18. 

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