Numerical procedures for substances identification and concentration calculation in the open athmosphere by processing a single ftir measurement I.V. Kochikov, A.N. Morozov, I.L. Fufurin
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Computational algorithms for substances identification and concentration calculation by processing FTIR spectra with moderate resolution in 7-14 micrometer wavelength range are investigated. Algorithms make it possible to identify substances in the open atmosphere by processing a single FTIR spectrum. Instead of solving multi-dimensional system of linear equations it is suggested to solve one or several one-dimensional problem. Transfer to one-dimensional problem is done by the use of correlation analysis. Influence of input spectra noise on the errors in reconstructed concentrations is investigated.
FTIR spectroscopy, remote sensing, substance identification, concentration calculation.
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