Self-organizing maps as a chemometric tool for aromatic pattern recognition of soluble coffee - doi: 10.4025/actascitechnol.v34i1.10892

Evandro Bona, Rui Sérgio dos Santos Ferreira da Silva, Dionísio Borsato, Denisley Gentil Bassoli

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The electronic nose (EN) is an instrument very used for food flavor analysis. However, it is also necessary to integrate the equipment with a multivariable pattern recognition system, and to this end the principal component analysis (PCA) is the first choice. Alternatively, self-organizing maps (SOM) had been also suggested, since they are a nonlinear and reliable technique. In this study SOM were used to distinguish soluble coffee according to EN data. The proposed methodology had identified all of the seven coffees evaluated; in addition, the groups and relationships detected were similar to those obtained through PCA. Also, the analysis of network weights allowed gathering the e-nose sensors into 4 groups according to the behavior regarding the samples. Results confirm SOM as an efficient tool to EN data pos-processing, and have showed the methodology as a promising choice for the development of new products and quality control of soluble coffee.


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self organizing maps; soluble coffee; electronic nose

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.4025/actascitechnol.v34i1.10892





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