13 May 2015 Nondestructive detection of pork quality based on dual-band VIS/NIR spectroscopy
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With the continuous development of living standards and the relative change of dietary structure, consumers’ rising and persistent demand for better quality of meat is emphasized. Colour, pH value, and cooking loss are important quality attributes when evaluating meat. To realize nondestructive detection of multi-parameter of meat quality simultaneously is popular in production and processing of meat and meat products. The objectives of this research were to compare the effectiveness of two bands for rapid nondestructive and simultaneous detection of pork quality attributes. Reflectance spectra of 60 chilled pork samples were collected from a dual-band visible/near-infrared spectroscopy system which covered 350-1100 nm and 1000-2600 nm. Then colour, pH value and cooking loss were determined by standard methods as reference values. Standard normal variables transform (SNVT) was employed to eliminate the spectral noise. A spectrum connection method was put forward for effective integration of the dual-band spectrum to make full use of the whole efficient information. Partial least squares regression (PLSR) and Principal component analysis (PCA) were applied to establish prediction models using based on single-band spectrum and dual-band spectrum, respectively. The experimental results showed that the PLSR model based on dual-band spectral information was superior to the models based on single band spectral information with lower root means quare error (RMSE) and higher accuracy. The PLSR model based on dual-band (use the overlapping part of first band) yielded the best prediction result with correlation coefficient of validation (Rv) of 0.9469, 0.9495, 0.9180, 0.9054 and 0.8789 for L*, a*, b*, pH value and cooking loss, respectively. This mainly because dual-band spectrum can provide sufficient and comprehensive information which reflected the quality attributes. Data fusion from dual-band spectrum could significantly improve pork quality parameters prediction performance. The research also indicated that multi-band spectral information fusion has potential to comprehensively evaluate other quality and safety attributes of pork.
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Wenxiu Wang, Wenxiu Wang, Yankun Peng, Yankun Peng, Yongyu Li, Yongyu Li, Xiuying Tang, Xiuying Tang, Yuanyuan Liu, Yuanyuan Liu, } "Nondestructive detection of pork quality based on dual-band VIS/NIR spectroscopy", Proc. SPIE 9488, Sensing for Agriculture and Food Quality and Safety VII, 94880T (13 May 2015); doi: 10.1117/12.2176831; https://doi.org/10.1117/12.2176831
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