By Kiyoshi Toko
This booklet is the 1st to comprehensively deal with sensors for gustatory and olfactory senses. it is going to be hugely valuable to scholars and researchers in a wide selection of clinical fields and likewise to these within the fields of meals, perfumes, drugs and robotics because the sensor applications.
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Include 10 mM KCl as the supporting electrolyte. Republished with permission from Ref. 35. Copyright 2009 Institute of Electrical Engineers of Japan, Japan. 16B 1 16B Summary despite the small decrease in the human sensory score (Fig. 16B). 7% alpha-cyclodextrin, suggesting that alpha-cyclodextrin has low ability to suppress bitterness. This demonstrates that the sensor has a better ability than humans in detecting the suppression effect of alpha-cyclodextrin.
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To interpret the taste quality and intensity from the results of pattern recognition, neural networks and multiple regression analysis are effective. They require supervised data, which are also called dependent variables. In this case, the data are the results of the sensory test. However, the results of sensory tests are subject to differences in age, gender, region, and country. For this reason, interpreting the taste from the results of such pattern recognition methods was extremely difficult, and considerable experience and knowledge of mathematics was required to use the taste sensors at that time.