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Journal of Computers
An objective wavelength selection method is proposed for near-infrared (NIR) spectroscopy mainly to overcome the possible subjectivity introduced by moving window partial least squares regression (MWPLS). This improved procedure (iMWPLS) introduced an indicator to evaluate importance of each wavelength and then all wavelengths were ranked by these indicators. On the basis of the indicator ranking, a series of PLS models were constructed by starting with one wavelength and incorporating a newdoi:10.4304/jcp.9.1.228-234 fatcat:ylmblty3ubc2vduksuzcyhr7gy