Artificial Olfaction

Mobile olfactory robots can be used in a number of relevant application areas where a better understanding of a gas distribution is needed, such as environmental monitoring and safety and security related fields.

  • Gas Distribution Modeling
    Gas distribution modeling (GDM) is the process of deriving a truthful representation of how gases are dispersed in an environment from a set of spatially and temporally distributed measurements of relevant variables.
  • Gas Sensing
    Gas sensing is the task of detecting volatile substances and providing a conversion of that information into a signal or electrical magnitude readable by an operator or instrument. In the field of artificial olfaction, devices that fullfill this task are known as Electronic noses (e-nose).
  • Odor Classification
    Odor recognition deals with the problem of identifying which of a set of odor categories a new volatile sample belongs to. 

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