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Short Term Sensor`s Drift Analysis and Compensation Using Internal Normalization
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 Title & Authors
Short Term Sensor`s Drift Analysis and Compensation Using Internal Normalization
Jeon, Jin-Young; Baek, Jong-Hyun; Byun, Hyung-Gi;
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 Abstract
One of the main problems when working the chemical sensor is the lack of repeatability and reproducibility of the sensor response. If the problem is not properly taken into consideration, the stability and reliability of the system using chemical sensors would be decreased. In this paper we analyzed the sensor`s drift of short term and proposed a compensation method for reducing the effects of the drift in order to improve the stability and the reliability of the chemical sensor. The sensor drift was analyzed by a trend line graph and CV(coefficient of variation) was used to quantify. And we compensated for the drift by using the internal normalization. As a result it was found that the value of CV was decreased after compensation.
 Keywords
Short term;Data analysis;Drift compensation;Internal normalization;
 Language
Korean
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