Computer applications in biotechnology : a postprint volume by A Munack; K Schügerl; International Federation of Automatic

By A Munack; K Schügerl; International Federation of Automatic Control

The sixth computing device purposes in Biotechnology (CAB6) convention used to be a continuation of two sequence of occasions: the IFAC symposia on Modelling and regulate of Biotechnical approaches and the overseas meetings on laptop purposes in Fermentation know-how. This convention supplied the chance for either side, major researchers and commercial practitioners, during this interdisciplinary box to switch new principles and expertise; recommendations and options. This postprint quantity includes all these papers which have been offered on the convention.

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1 993). SIRIUS for Windows TM. Pattern Recognition Systems, Sweden. , Koutoudi, M. ( 1 994). Process monitoring and diagnosis by multiblock PLS methods. AIChE J. , 40(5), 826-83 8). F. ( 1 994). Monitoring of batch processes using multi-way principal component analysis. , 40(8), 1 3 6 1 - 1 375. , Stephanopoulos, G. ( 1 992). Application of pattern recognition techniques to fermentation data analysis. Modelling and Control of Biotechnical Processes 1992 (2nd IFAC Symposium), 123-128. , Kiparissides, C.

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Adopting an experimental design approach allows experimental data to be generated using the minimum number of experiments (Haaland, 1 989). Full factorial designs are the most common type since for n factors and m levels there are nm possible combinations or experiments to perform. Each level represents a fixed value for the factor. The number of levels is commonly 2, designated as high and low levels. In addition to the nm experiments, a series of centre point runs are performed to assess experimental error and to determine any curvature in the design space (Haaland, 1 989).

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