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28 July 2000 Dynamic systems model of an ion mobility spectrometer
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This work describes initial modeling results for a single US Army ICAM (Improved Chemical Agent Monitor). The model is data driven and based on data obtained using pulse inputs to the ICAM from a Chemical Stimulator (a system that presents mixtures, quantifiable in time and concentration, to the input of the ICAM. A third order ARIMA model proved sufficient to model the input-output relationship for this ICAM for inputs of a single chemical. Concentration ranged from 100 ppb to 4000 ppb. Extensions of the model to more complex situations are ongoing.
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Gary Bodily, Eugene Kholmozov, Janez Jarez, John V. Mathews, and Joel Dubow "Dynamic systems model of an ion mobility spectrometer", Proc. SPIE 4036, Chemical and Biological Sensing, (28 July 2000);

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