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CHEMOMETRICS AND INTELLIGENT LABORATORY SYSTEMS 244 Paper: 105033 (2024)
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Gillis, Nicolas ✉ ; Rajkó, Róbert
SIAM JOURNAL ON MATRIX ANALYSIS AND APPLICATIONS 44 : 1 pp. 27-52. , 26 p. (2023)
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Akbari Lakeh, Mahsa ; Abdollahi, Hamid ✉ ; Rajkó, Róbert ✉
ANALYTICA CHIMICA ACTA 1199 Paper: 339575 , 10 p. (2022)
Zárolt Közlemény:32646859 Egyeztetett Forrás Idéző Folyóiratcikk (Szakcikk ) Tudományos
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Gillis, Nicolas ✉ ; Rajkó, Róbert
Zárolt Közlemény:32894534 Nyilvános Forrás Egyéb (Kutatási jelentés (közzétett) ) Tudományos
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Zárolt Közlemény:31749479 Admin láttamozott Forrás Egyéb (Kutatási jelentés (közzétett) ) Tudományos
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Karimvand, Somaiyeh Khodadadi ; Lakeh, Mahsa Akbari ; Tavakkoli, Elnaz ; Ghaffari, Mahdiyeh ; Omidikia, Nematollah ; Abad, Saeed Khalili Ali ; Rajkó, Róbert ; Abdollahi, Hamid ✉
JOURNAL OF CHEMOMETRICS 34 : 7 Paper: e3268 , 14 p. (2020)
Zárolt Közlemény:31376430 Egyeztetett Forrás Idéző Folyóiratcikk (Szakcikk ) Tudományos
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MAGYAR KÉMIKUSOK LAPJA 75 : 11 pp. 323-330. , 8 p. (2020)
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N, Sushkov ; T, Labutin ; N, Lobus ; G, Galbács ; R, Rajkó
[s.l.], Nemzetközi : Russian Chemometrics Society (2020) 81 p. pp. 48-49. Paper: T23 , 2 p.
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Omidikia, N. ✉ ; Ghaffari, M. ; Rajkó, R. ✉
CHEMOMETRICS AND INTELLIGENT LABORATORY SYSTEMS 199 Paper: 103969 (2020)
Zárolt Közlemény:31189174 Egyeztetett Forrás Idéző Folyóiratcikk (Szakcikk ) Tudományos
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JOURNAL OF CHEMOMETRICS 34 : 3 Paper: e3161 , 17 p. (2020)
Zárolt Közlemény:30865343 Egyeztetett Forrás Idéző Folyóiratcikk (Szakcikk ) Tudományos
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Tavakkoli, E. ; Abdollahi, H. ; Rajkó, R. ✉
CHEMOMETRICS AND INTELLIGENT LABORATORY SYSTEMS 203 Paper: 104058 , 8 p. (2020)
Zárolt Közlemény:31354315 Egyeztetett Forrás Idéző Folyóiratcikk (Szakcikk ) Tudományos
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INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF MOLECULAR SCIENCES 20 : 12 Paper: 3050 , 20 p. (2019)
Zárolt Közlemény:30744451 Egyeztetett Forrás Idéző Folyóiratcikk (Szakcikk ) Tudományos
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JOURNAL OF MOLECULAR LIQUIDS 255 pp. 257-262. , 6 p. (2018)
Zárolt Közlemény:3337797 Egyeztetett Forrás Idéző Folyóiratcikk (Szakcikk ) Tudományos
Nyilvános idéző összesen: 39 | Független: 36 | Függő: 3 | Nem jelölt: 0 | WoS jelölt: 36 | Scopus jelölt: 31 | WoS/Scopus jelölt: 37 | DOI jelölt: 38
Szakcikk (Folyóiratcikk) | Tudományos[3337797] [Egyeztetett]
Nyilvános idéző összesen: 39, Független: 36, Függő: 3, Nem jelölt: 0
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Omidikia, N ; Beyramysoltan, S ; Mohammad, Jafari J ; Tavakkoli, E ; Akbari, Lakeh M ; Alinaghi, M ; Ghaffari, M ; Khodadadi, Karimvand S ; Rajkó, R ; Abdollahi, H ✉
JOURNAL OF CHEMOMETRICS 32 : 12 Paper: e2975 , 15 p. (2018)
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  2. * Ghaffari Mahdiyeh et al. A conceptual view to the area correlation constraint in multivariate curve resolution. (2019) CHEMOMETRICS AND INTELLIGENT LABORATORY SYSTEMS 0169-7439 1873-3239 189 121-129
  3. * Ghaffari Mandiyeh et al. Multi-excitation hyperspectral autofluorescence imaging for the exploration of biological samples. (2019) ANALYTICA CHIMICA ACTA 0003-2670 1873-4324 1062 47-59
  4. Kazmierczak Nathanael P. et al. Properly handling negative values in the calculation of binding constants by physicochemical modeling of spectroscopic titration data. (2019) JOURNAL OF CHEMOMETRICS 0886-9383 1099-128X 33 11
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  6. Bayat M. et al. Application of the area correlation constraint in the MCR-ALS quantitative analysis of complex mixture samples. (2020) ANALYTICA CHIMICA ACTA 0003-2670 1873-4324 1113 52-65
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  9. Olivieri Alejandro C.. A down-to-earth analyst view of rotational ambiguity in second-order calibration with multivariate curve resolution-a tutorial. (2021) ANALYTICA CHIMICA ACTA 0003-2670 1873-4324 1156
  10. Maturi M. et al. An application of multivariate data analysis to photoacoustic imaging for the spectral unmixing of gold nanorods in biological tissues. (2021) NANOMATERIALS 2079-4991 2079-4991 11 1 1-14
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  12. Sagar A. et al. Structure and thermodynamics of transient protein-protein complexes by chemometric decomposition of SAXS datasets. (2021) STRUCTURE 0969-2126 1878-4186 29 9 1074-1090.e4
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  14. Mansoldo F.R.P. et al. An innovative spectroscopic approach for qualitative and quantitative evaluation of Mb-CO from myoglobin carbonylation reaction through chemometrics methods. (2022) SPECTROCHIMICA ACTA PART A-MOLECULAR AND BIOMOLECULAR SPECTROSCOPY 1386-1425 1873-3557 267
  15. Kim M. et al. Study on melting and crystallization of PHBHx thin films using IR and 2D correlation spectroscopy. (2022) BULLETIN OF THE KOREAN CHEMICAL SOCIETY 0253-2964 1229-5949 43 1 11-16
  16. Rebetez G. et al. What Drives the Kinetics and Doping Level in the Electrochemical Reactions of PEDOT:PSS?. (2022) ADVANCED FUNCTIONAL MATERIALS 1616-301X 1616-3028 32 5
  17. * Omidikia N. et al. Bilinear model factor decomposition: A general mixture analysis tool. (2023) CHEMOMETRICS AND INTELLIGENT LABORATORY SYSTEMS 0169-7439 1873-3239 240
  18. * Gillis Nicolas et al. Partial Identifiability for Nonnegative Matrix Factorization. (2023) SIAM JOURNAL ON MATRIX ANALYSIS AND APPLICATIONS 0895-4798 1095-7162 44 1 27-52
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  20. * Rajkó R.. On problematic practice of using normalization in self-modeling/multivariate curve resolution (S/MCR). (2024) CHEMOMETRICS AND INTELLIGENT LABORATORY SYSTEMS 0169-7439 1873-3239 244
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Tavakkoli, E ; Rajkó, R ✉ ; Abdollahi, H
TALANTA 184 pp. 557-564. , 8 p. (2018)
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  2. * Ghaffari Mahdiyeh et al. A conceptual view to the area correlation constraint in multivariate curve resolution. (2019) CHEMOMETRICS AND INTELLIGENT LABORATORY SYSTEMS 0169-7439 1873-3239 189 121-129
  3. * Karimvand Somaiyeh Khodadadi et al. A general rule for uniqueness in self‐modeling curve resolution methods. (2020) JOURNAL OF CHEMOMETRICS 0886-9383 1099-128X 34 7
  4. * Tavakkoli E. et al. New duality based generalized rank annihilation algorithm for determining analyte concentration with realistically estimated error level for practical data sets. (2020) CHEMOMETRICS AND INTELLIGENT LABORATORY SYSTEMS 0169-7439 1873-3239 203
  5. Olivieri Alejandro C.. A down-to-earth analyst view of rotational ambiguity in second-order calibration with multivariate curve resolution-a tutorial. (2021) ANALYTICA CHIMICA ACTA 0003-2670 1873-4324 1156
  6. Sushkov Nikolai Ivanovich et al. A novel approach for discovering correlations between elemental and molecular composition using laser-based spectroscopic techniques. (2022) ANALYST 0003-2654 1364-5528 147 7 3248-3257
  7. Sushkov Nikolai I. et al. Towards Automated Classification of Zooplankton Using Combination of Laser Spectral Techniques and Advanced Chemometrics. (2022) SENSORS 1424-8220 1424-8220 22 21
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20.
Lakeh, MA ; Rajko, R ; Abdollahi, H
ANALYTICAL CHEMISTRY 89 : 4 pp. 2259-2266. , 8 p. (2017)
Zárolt Közlemény:3241582 Egyeztetett Forrás Idéző Folyóiratcikk (Szakcikk ) Tudományos
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  2. * Akbari Lakeh M et al. Known-value constraint in multivariate curve resolution. (2018) ANALYTICA CHIMICA ACTA 0003-2670 1873-4324 1030 42-51
  3. Pellegrino Vidal RB et al. Quantifying the Prediction Error in Analytical Multivariate Curve Resolution Studies of Multicomponent Systems. (2018) ANALYTICAL CHEMISTRY 0003-2700 1520-6882 90 11 7040-7047
  4. * Zade Somaye Vali et al. Introducing the monotonicity constraint as an effective chemistry-based condition in self-modeling curve resolution. (2019) CHEMOMETRICS AND INTELLIGENT LABORATORY SYSTEMS 0169-7439 1873-3239 190 22-32
  5. * Karimvand Somaiyeh Khodadadi et al. A general rule for uniqueness in self‐modeling curve resolution methods. (2020) JOURNAL OF CHEMOMETRICS 0886-9383 1099-128X 34 7
  6. * Alinaghi Masoumeh et al. Investigation of the unique solutions in bilinear decomposition of multiset chemical data. (2020) MICROCHEMICAL JOURNAL 0026-265X 1095-9149 155
  7. * Tavakkoli E. et al. New duality based generalized rank annihilation algorithm for determining analyte concentration with realistically estimated error level for practical data sets. (2020) CHEMOMETRICS AND INTELLIGENT LABORATORY SYSTEMS 0169-7439 1873-3239 203
  8. Sawall Mathias et al. On the area of feasible solutions for rank-deficient problems: I. Introduction of a generalized concept. (2020) JOURNAL OF CHEMOMETRICS 0886-9383 1099-128X
  9. * Lakeh Mahsa Akbari et al. Soft known-value constraints for improved quantitation in multivariate curve resolution. (2020) ANALYTICA CHIMICA ACTA 0003-2670 1873-4324 1105 64-73
  10. * Zade Somaye Vali et al. Characterization of the unimodality constraint as an effective chemistry-based condition in resolving of chemical processes data. (2021) MICROCHEMICAL JOURNAL 0026-265X 1095-9149 160
  11. * Hashemi-Nasab Fatemeh Sadat et al. Mutual information map as a new way for exploring the independence of chemically meaningful solutions in two-component analytical data. (2022) ANALYTICA CHIMICA ACTA 0003-2670 1873-4324 1227
  12. * Akbari Lakeh Mahsa et al. Predicting the uniqueness of single non-negative profiles estimated by multivariate curve resolution methods. (2022) ANALYTICA CHIMICA ACTA 0003-2670 1873-4324 1199
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  14. Omidikia N. et al. Bilinear model factor decomposition: A general mixture analysis tool. (2023) CHEMOMETRICS AND INTELLIGENT LABORATORY SYSTEMS 0169-7439 1873-3239 240
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Szeged, Magyarország : Szegedi Tudományegyetem Szervetlen és Analitikai Kémiai Tanszék (2017) 533 p. pp. 463-468. , 6 p.
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JELENKORI TÁRSADALMI ÉS GAZDASÁGI FOLYAMATOK 12 : 4 pp. 73-79. , 7 p. (2017)
Zárolt Közlemény:3376747 Egyeztetett Forrás Idéző Folyóiratcikk (Szakcikk ) Tudományos
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ANALECTA TECHNICA SZEGEDINENSIA 11 : 2 pp. 36-40. , 5 p. (2017)
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24.
Omidikia, N ; Kompany-Zareh, M ; Rajkó, R ; Abdollahi, H
JOURNAL OF CHEMOMETRICS 31 : 6 Paper: e2891 , 13 p. (2017)
Zárolt Közlemény:3242437 Egyeztetett Forrás Idéző Folyóiratcikk (Szakcikk ) Tudományos
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  2. Zaripour Mitra et al. Application of ultrasonic-assisted inclusion complex formation with alpha-cyclodextrin for simultaneous spectrophotometric determination of gallic acid and vanillic acids in fruit samples. (2019) SPECTROCHIMICA ACTA PART A-MOLECULAR AND BIOMOLECULAR SPECTROSCOPY 1386-1425 1873-3557 222
25.
Rajko, R ✉ ; Omidikia, N ; Abdollahi, H ; Kompany-Zareh, M
CHEMOMETRICS AND INTELLIGENT LABORATORY SYSTEMS 160 pp. 91-98. , 8 p. (2017)
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  1. Han Shijie et al. Chemometrics-based identification, characterization, and modeling of the intermolecular interaction between human osteosarcoma SH3 domain and its peptide ligands. (2017) JOURNAL OF CHEMOMETRICS 0886-9383 1099-128X 31 6
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In: Héberger, Károly (szerk.) Conferentia Chemometrica 2017
Budapest, Magyarország : MTA Természettudományi Kutatóközpont (2017) p. L23 Paper: ISBN 978-963-7067-31-0 , 1 p.
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In: Department of Public Health Faculty of Medicine University of Szeged (szerk.) 19th DKMT Euroregional Conference on Environment and Health : Program and abstracts
Szeged, Magyarország : University of Szeged, Faculty of Medicine (2017) 65 p. p. 33
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Azadeh, Golshan ; Hamid, Abdollahi ; Samira, Beyramysoltan ; Marcel, Maeder ; Klaus, Neymeyr ; Robert, Rajkó ; Mathias, Sawall ; Romá, Tauler
ANALYTICA CHIMICA ACTA 911 pp. 1-13. , 13 p. (2016)
Zárolt Közlemény:2992419 Hitelesített Forrás Idéző Folyóiratcikk (Összefoglaló cikk ) Tudományos
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  14. * Sawall Mathias et al. Simultaneous construction of dual Borgen plots. I: The case of noise-free data. (2017) JOURNAL OF CHEMOMETRICS 0886-9383 1099-128X 31 12
  15. * Olivieri Alejandro C et al. The effect of data matrix augmentation and constraints in extended multivariate curve resolution-alternating least squares. (2017) JOURNAL OF CHEMOMETRICS 0886-9383 1099-128X 31 3
  16. * Sawall Mathias et al. A chemometric study in the area of feasible solution of an acid-base titration of N-methyl-6-oxyquinolone. (2018) RSC ADVANCES 2046-2069 2046-2069 8 18 9922-9932
  17. Hugelier Siewert et al. Application of a sparseness constraint in multivariate curve resolution - Alternating least squares. (2018) ANALYTICA CHIMICA ACTA 0003-2670 1873-4324 1000 100-108
  18. Kanginejad Atefeh et al. Chemometrics advances on the challenges of the gas chromatography-mass spectrometry metabolomics data: a review. (2018) JOURNAL OF THE IRANIAN CHEMICAL SOCIETY 1735-207X 1735-2428 15 12 2733-2745
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  20. Vosough Maryam. Current challenges in second-order calibration of hyphenated chromatographic data for analysis of highly complex samples. (2018) JOURNAL OF CHEMOMETRICS 0886-9383 1099-128X 32 12
  21. Kaka Andrzej J et al. Fast Decomposition of Three-Component Spectra of Fluorescence Quenching by White and Grey Methods of Data Modeling. (2018) JOURNAL OF FLUORESCENCE 1053-0509 1573-4994 28 2 615-632
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Robert, Rajko ✉ ; Hamid, Abdollahi ; Samira, Beyramysoltan ; Nematollah, Omidikia
ANALYTICA CHIMICA ACTA 855 pp. 21-33. , 13 p. (2015)
Zárolt Közlemény:2790598 Egyeztetett Forrás Idéző Folyóiratcikk (Szakcikk ) Tudományos
Nyilvános idéző összesen: 47 | Független: 20 | Függő: 27 | Nem jelölt: 0 | WoS jelölt: 43 | Scopus jelölt: 46 | WoS/Scopus jelölt: 46 | DOI jelölt: 46
Szakcikk (Folyóiratcikk) | Tudományos[2790598] [Egyeztetett]
Nyilvános idéző összesen: 47, Független: 20, Függő: 27, Nem jelölt: 0
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  4. Juerss Annekathrin et al. On generalized Borgen plots. I: From convex to affine combinations and applications to spectral data In memory of Odd S. Borgen (1929-1994). (2015) JOURNAL OF CHEMOMETRICS 0886-9383 1099-128X 29 7 420-433
  5. * Sawall Mathias et al. Soft constraints for reducing the intrinsic rotational ambiguity of the area of feasible solutions. (2015) CHEMOMETRICS AND INTELLIGENT LABORATORY SYSTEMS 0169-7439 1873-3239 149 140-150
  6. * Omidikia N et al. Analytical solution and meaning of feasible regions in two-component three-way arrays. (2016) ANALYTICA CHIMICA ACTA 0003-2670 1873-4324 939 42-53
  7. * Rahimdoust Mojdehi N et al. Investigating the effect of flexible constraints on the accuracy of self-modeling curve resolution methods in the presence of perturbations. (2016) JOURNAL OF CHEMOMETRICS 0886-9383 1099-128X 30 5 252-267
  8. Neymeyr Klaus et al. On an SVD-free approach to the complementarity and coupling theory. (2016) JOURNAL OF CHEMOMETRICS 0886-9383 1099-128X 30 1 30-36
  9. Juerss Annekathrin et al. On generalized Borgen plots II: The line-moving algorithm and its numerical implementation. (2016) JOURNAL OF CHEMOMETRICS 0886-9383 1099-128X 30 11 636-650
  10. Sawall M. et al. On the Analysis and Computation of the Area of Feasible Solutions for Two-, Three-, and Four-Component Systems. (2016) Megjelent: Resolving Spectral Mixtures - With Applications from Ultrafast Time-Resolved Spectroscopy to Super-Resolution Imaging pp. 135-184
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  16. Mani-Varnosfaderani Ahmad et al. Exploring the effects of sparsity constraint on the ranges of feasible solutions for resolution of GC-MS data. (2018) CHEMOMETRICS AND INTELLIGENT LABORATORY SYSTEMS 0169-7439 1873-3239 173 30-40
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  18. Sawall Mathias et al. Simultaneous construction of dual Borgen plots. II: Algorithmic enhancement for applications to noisy spectral data. (2018) JOURNAL OF CHEMOMETRICS 0886-9383 1099-128X 32 6
  19. * Ghaffari M et al. Strategy To Obtain Accurate Analytical Solutions in Second-Order Multivariate Calibration with Curve Resolution Methods. (2018) ANALYTICAL CHEMISTRY 0003-2700 1520-6882 90 16 9725-9733
  20. Bertinetto CG et al. Systematic comparison and potential combination between multivariate curve resolution–alternating least squares (MCR-ALS) and band-target entropy minimization (BTEM). (2018) JOURNAL OF CHEMOMETRICS 0886-9383 1099-128X 32 6
  21. Guo Ran et al. A novel systematic absence of cross peaks-based 2D-COS approach for bilinear data. (2019) SPECTROCHIMICA ACTA PART A-MOLECULAR AND BIOMOLECULAR SPECTROSCOPY 1386-1425 1873-3557 220
  22. Guo Ran et al. A preliminary study on constructing a high-dimensional asynchronous spectrum to analyze bilinear data. (2019) SPECTROCHIMICA ACTA PART A-MOLECULAR AND BIOMOLECULAR SPECTROSCOPY 1386-1425 1873-3557 216 76-84
  23. Pellegrino Vidal Rocio B. et al. Contribution to second-order calibration based on multivariate curve resolution with and without previous chromatographic synchronization. (2019) ANALYTICA CHIMICA ACTA 0003-2670 1873-4324 1078 8-15
  24. * Ghaffari Mandiyeh et al. Effect of image processing constraints on the extent of rotational ambiguity in MCR-ALS of hyperspectral images. (2019) ANALYTICA CHIMICA ACTA 0003-2670 1873-4324 1052 27-36
  25. * Ghaffari Mandiyeh et al. Multi-excitation hyperspectral autofluorescence imaging for the exploration of biological samples. (2019) ANALYTICA CHIMICA ACTA 0003-2670 1873-4324 1062 47-59
  26. * Karimvand Somaiyeh Khodadadi et al. A general rule for uniqueness in self‐modeling curve resolution methods. (2020) JOURNAL OF CHEMOMETRICS 0886-9383 1099-128X 34 7
  27. * Alinaghi Masoumeh et al. Investigation of the unique solutions in bilinear decomposition of multiset chemical data. (2020) MICROCHEMICAL JOURNAL 0026-265X 1095-9149 155
  28. Sawall Mathias et al. Multivariate curve resolution methods and the design of experiments. (2020) JOURNAL OF CHEMOMETRICS 0886-9383 1099-128X 34 2
  29. * Tavakkoli E. et al. New duality based generalized rank annihilation algorithm for determining analyte concentration with realistically estimated error level for practical data sets. (2020) CHEMOMETRICS AND INTELLIGENT LABORATORY SYSTEMS 0169-7439 1873-3239 203
  30. Alcaraz Mirta R. et al. On second-order calibration based on multivariate curve resolution in the presence of highly overlapped profiles. (2020) ANALYTICA CHIMICA ACTA 0003-2670 1873-4324 1096 53-60
  31. Guo Ran et al. Sample-Sample Correlation Asynchronous Spectroscopic Method Coupled with Multivariate Curve Resolution-Alternating Least Squares To Analyze Challenging Bilinear Data. (2020) ANALYTICAL CHEMISTRY 0003-2700 1520-6882 92 1 1477-1484
  32. * Lakeh Mahsa Akbari et al. Soft known-value constraints for improved quantitation in multivariate curve resolution. (2020) ANALYTICA CHIMICA ACTA 0003-2670 1873-4324 1105 64-73
  33. * Omidikia N. et al. Sparse non-negative multivariate curve resolution: L0, L1, or L2 norms?. (2020) CHEMOMETRICS AND INTELLIGENT LABORATORY SYSTEMS 0169-7439 1873-3239 199
  34. * Omidikia Nematollah et al. Trilinear self‐modeling curve resolution using Borgen‐Rajkó plot. (2020) JOURNAL OF CHEMOMETRICS 0886-9383 1099-128X 34 3
  35. Olivieri Alejandro C.. A down-to-earth analyst view of rotational ambiguity in second-order calibration with multivariate curve resolution-a tutorial. (2021) ANALYTICA CHIMICA ACTA 0003-2670 1873-4324 1156
  36. Chiappini Fabricio A. et al. Interference-free calibration with first-order instrumental data and multivariate curve resolution. When and why. (2021) ANALYTICA CHIMICA ACTA 0003-2670 1873-4324 1161
  37. Mazivila S.J. et al. Three-way calibration using PARAFAC and MCR-ALS with previous synchronization of second-order chromatographic data through a new functional alignment of pure vectors for the quantification in the presence of retention time shifts in peak position and shape. (2021) ANALYTICA CHIMICA ACTA 0003-2670 1873-4324 1146 98-108
  38. * Beyramysoltan Samira et al. Workflow for the Supervised Learning of Chemical Data: Efficient Data Reduction-Multivariate Curve Resolution (EDR-MCR). (2021) ANALYTICAL CHEMISTRY 0003-2700 1520-6882 93 12 5020-5027
  39. * Zade Somaye Vali et al. Data point importance: Information ranking in multivariate data. (2022) JOURNAL OF CHEMOMETRICS 0886-9383 1099-128X
  40. * Akbari Lakeh Mahsa et al. Predicting the uniqueness of single non-negative profiles estimated by multivariate curve resolution methods. (2022) ANALYTICA CHIMICA ACTA 0003-2670 1873-4324 1199
  41. Li Kaili et al. Random swapping, an effective and efficient way to boost the intensities of cross peaks in a 2D asynchronous spectrum. (2022) SPECTROCHIMICA ACTA PART A-MOLECULAR AND BIOMOLECULAR SPECTROSCOPY 1386-1425 1873-3557 272
  42. Gemperline P.J. et al. Soft constraints in curve resolution problems. (2022) Megjelent: Machine Learning and Pattern Recognition Methods in Chemistry from Multivariate and Data Driven Modeling pp. 1-26
  43. * Omidikia Nematollah. The effect of multilinear data fusion on the accuracy of multivariate curve resolution outputs. (2022) ANALYTICA CHIMICA ACTA 0003-2670 1873-4324 1227
  44. * Abdollahi H. et al. Uniqueness in resolving multivariate chemical data. (2022) Megjelent: Machine Learning and Pattern Recognition Methods in Chemistry from Multivariate and Data Driven Modeling pp. 137-171
  45. * Omidikia N. et al. Bilinear model factor decomposition: A general mixture analysis tool. (2023) CHEMOMETRICS AND INTELLIGENT LABORATORY SYSTEMS 0169-7439 1873-3239 240
  46. * Gillis Nicolas et al. Partial Identifiability for Nonnegative Matrix Factorization. (2023) SIAM JOURNAL ON MATRIX ANALYSIS AND APPLICATIONS 0895-4798 1095-7162 44 1 27-52
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36.
Róbert, Rajkó ✉ ; Samira, Beyramysoltan ; Hamid, Abdollahi ; János, Eőri ; Gábor, Pongor ✉
ANALYTICA CHIMICA ACTA 888 pp. 19-26. , 8 p. (2015)
Zárolt Közlemény:2927392 Egyeztetett Forrás Idéző Folyóiratcikk (Szakcikk ) Tudományos
Nyilvános idéző összesen: 2 | Független: 0 | Függő: 2 | Nem jelölt: 0 | WoS jelölt: 2 | Scopus jelölt: 2 | WoS/Scopus jelölt: 2 | DOI jelölt: 2
Szakcikk (Folyóiratcikk) | Tudományos[2927392] [Egyeztetett]
Nyilvános idéző összesen: 2, Független: 0, Függő: 2, Nem jelölt: 0
  1. * Eőri J et al. Non-normalized version of the Direct Inversion in the Spectral Subspace method. A new formulation of the method without Lagrangian. (2018) CHEMOMETRICS AND INTELLIGENT LABORATORY SYSTEMS 0169-7439 1873-3239 173 65-72
  2. * Beyramysoltan Samira et al. Workflow for the Supervised Learning of Chemical Data: Efficient Data Reduction-Multivariate Curve Resolution (EDR-MCR). (2021) ANALYTICAL CHEMISTRY 0003-2700 1520-6882 93 12 5020-5027
37.
SPECTROCHIMICA ACTA PART B-ATOMIC SPECTROSCOPY 94-95 pp. 48-57. , 10 p. (2014)
Zárolt Közlemény:2547081 Egyeztetett Forrás Idéző Folyóiratcikk (Szakcikk ) Tudományos
Nyilvános idéző összesen: 33 | Független: 25 | Függő: 8 | Nem jelölt: 0 | WoS jelölt: 24 | Scopus jelölt: 30 | WoS/Scopus jelölt: 30 | DOI jelölt: 29
Szakcikk (Folyóiratcikk) | Tudományos[2547081] [Egyeztetett]
Nyilvános idéző összesen: 33, Független: 25, Függő: 8, Nem jelölt: 0
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  2. * Galbács G. A critical review of recent progress in analytical laser-induced breakdown spectroscopy. (2015) ANALYTICAL AND BIOANALYTICAL CHEMISTRY 1618-2642 1618-2650 407 25 7537-7562
  3. Carter S et al. Atomic spectrometry update. Review of advances in the analysis of metals, chemicals and functional materials. (2015) JOURNAL OF ANALYTICAL ATOMIC SPECTROMETRY 0267-9477 1364-5544 30 11 2249-2294
  4. Gonzaga Fabiano Barbieri et al. Discrimination between authentic and false tax stamps from liquor bottles using laser-induced breakdown spectroscopy and chemometrics. (2015) SPECTROCHIMICA ACTA PART B-ATOMIC SPECTROSCOPY 0584-8547 1873-3565 109 24-30
  5. K Subedi. Elemental Analysis of Printing Inks Using Tandem Laser-Induced Breakdown Spectroscopy and Laser Ablation Inductively Coupled Plasma Mass Spectrometry. (2015)
  6. Subedi K et al. Forensic analysis of printing inks using tandem laser induced breakdown spectroscopy and laser ablation inductively coupled plasma mass spectrometry. (2015) SPECTROCHIMICA ACTA PART B-ATOMIC SPECTROSCOPY 0584-8547 1873-3565 103-104 76-83
  7. Krol Malgorzata et al. Analysis of red inks by micellar electrokinetic capillary chromatography with laser-induced fluorescence detection. (2016) ELECTROPHORESIS 0173-0835 1522-2683 37 2 372-380
  8. Corzo Ruthmara et al. Evaluation of the Forensic Utility of Scanning Electron Microscopy-Energy Dispersive Spectroscopy and Laser Ablation-Inductively Coupled Plasma-Mass Spectrometry for Printing Ink Examinations. (2016) JOURNAL OF FORENSIC SCIENCES 0022-1198 1556-4029 61 3 725-734
  9. * Metzinger A et al. Qualitative Discrimination Analysis of Coals Based on Their Laser-Induced Breakdown Spectra. (2016) ENERGY AND FUELS 0887-0624 1520-5029 30 12 10306-10313
  10. Verma Neha et al. Analysis of laser printer and photocopier toners by spectral properties and chemometrics. (2018) SPECTROCHIMICA ACTA PART A-MOLECULAR AND BIOMOLECULAR SPECTROSCOPY 1386-1425 1873-3557 196 40-48
  11. Rzecki Krzysztof et al. Application of Computational Intelligence Methods for the Automated Identification of Paper-Ink Samples Based on LIBS. (2018) SENSORS 1424-8220 1424-8220 18 11
  12. Król M. et al. Examination of Polish Identity Documents by Laser-Induced Breakdown Spectroscopy. (2018) ANALYTICAL LETTERS 0003-2719 1532-236X 51 1592-1604
  13. * Galbács Gábor et al. Analitikai kémiai kutatások a Szegedi Tudományegyetem Kémiai Intézetében. (2019) MAGYAR KÉMIKUSOK LAPJA 0025-0163 1588-1199 74 11 334-339
  14. Oravec Michal et al. Forensic classification of black inkjet prints using Fourier transform near-infrared spectroscopy and Linear Discriminant Analysis. (2019) FORENSIC SCIENCE INTERNATIONAL 0379-0738 1872-6283 299 128-134
  15. Hui Yew Wan et al. Laser-induced breakdown spectroscopy (LIBS) for printing ink analysis coupled with principle component analysis (PCA). (2019) Megjelent: PROCEEDINGS OF THE 2ND INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON BIOSCIENCES AND MEDICAL ENGINEERING (ICBME2019): TOWARDS INNOVATIVE RESEARCH...
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  17. Verma Neha et al. On the spectroscopic examination of printed documents by using a field emission scanning electron microscope with energy-dispersive X-ray spectroscopy (FE-SEM-EDS) and chemometric methods: application in forensic science. (2019) ANALYTICAL AND BIOANALYTICAL CHEMISTRY 1618-2642 1618-2650 411 16 3477-3495
  18. * Palásti D.J. et al. Qualitative discrimination of coal aerosols by using the statistical evaluation of laser-induced breakdown spectroscopy data. (2019) SPECTROCHIMICA ACTA PART B-ATOMIC SPECTROSCOPY 0584-8547 1873-3565 153 34-41
  19. Sena M.M. et al. 4.06 - Chemometrics in Forensics. (2020) Megjelent: Comprehensive Chemometrics: Chemical and Biochemical Data Analysis, Second Edition: Four Volume Set pp. 113-148
  20. Krol Malgorzata et al. Characterization of the elemental composition of polish banknotes by X-ray fluorescence and laser-induced breakdown spectroscopy. (2020) SPECTROCHIMICA ACTA PART B-ATOMIC SPECTROSCOPY 0584-8547 1873-3565 169
  21. Cicconi Flavio et al. Forensic Analysis of Commercial Inks by Laser-Induced Breakdown Spectroscopy (LIBS). (2020) SENSORS 1424-8220 1424-8220 20 13
  22. Haase Emily Ann. Validation of Fast Spectrochemical Screening Methods for the Identification of Counterfeit Pharmaceutical Packaging. (2020)
  23. Huo Junjun. A Study of Spatial Attention and Squeeze Excitation Block Fusion Improved ResNet for Identifying Bank Notes. (2021) SECURITY AND COMMUNICATION NETWORKS 1939-0114 1939-0122 2021
  24. * Janovszky Patrick et al. Classification of minerals and the assessment of lithium and beryllium content in granitoid rocks by laser-induced breakdown spectroscopy. (2021) JOURNAL OF ANALYTICAL ATOMIC SPECTROMETRY 0267-9477 1364-5544 36 4 813-823
  25. Hilario F.F. et al. Forensic analysis of hand-written documents using laser-induced breakdown spectroscopy (LIBS) and chemometrics. (2021) ANALYTICAL METHODS: ADVANCING METHODS AND APPLICATIONS 1759-9660 1759-9679 13 2 232-241
  26. Ahmed Zakaria E. et al. Laser-induced breakdown spectroscopy and chemometric analysis of black toners for forensic applications. (2021) JOURNAL OF CHEMOMETRICS 0886-9383 1099-128X
  27. Gaudiuso Rosalba. Laser-induced breakdown spectroscopy in cultural heritage science. (2021) Megjelent: Spectroscopy, Diffraction and Tomography in Art and Heritage Science pp. 209-251
  28. Araújo Alisson Silva et al. Multiway Calibration Strategies in Laser-Induced Breakdown Spectroscopy: A Proposal. (2021) ANALYTICAL CHEMISTRY 0003-2700 1520-6882 93 16 6291-6300
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  30. * Palásti D.J. et al. Qualitative Analysis of Glass Microfragments Using the Combination of Laser-Induced Breakdown Spectroscopy and Refractive Index Data. (2022) SENSORS 1424-8220 22 8
  31. Sushkov N.. Qualitative Classification of Biological Materials. (2022) Megjelent: Laser-Induced Breakdown Spectroscopy in Biological, Forensic and Materials Sciences pp. 165-203
  32. * Sushkov Nikolai I. et al. Towards Automated Classification of Zooplankton Using Combination of Laser Spectral Techniques and Advanced Chemometrics. (2022) SENSORS 1424-8220 22 21
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Prága, Csehország : Masaryk University (2014) pp. 93-93. , 1 p.
Zárolt Közlemény:2588006 Nyilvános Forrás Könyvrészlet (Absztrakt / Kivonat ) Tudományos
Absztrakt / Kivonat (Könyvrészlet) | Tudományos[2588006] [Nyilvános]
39.
István, Bíró (szerk.) ; József, Csanádi (szerk.) ; József, Gál (szerk.) ; László, Gulyás (szerk.) ; Ernő, Gyimes (szerk.) ; Erzsébet, Hetesi (szerk.) ; Zsuzsanna, Hovorka-Horváth (szerk.) ; Szabolcs, Kertész (szerk.) ; Krisztián, Kis (szerk.) ; Attila, József Kovács (szerk.) et al.
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Zárolt Közlemény:2759808 Admin láttamozott Forrás Egyéb (Folyóirat vagy sorozatszerkesztés ) Tudományos
Folyóirat vagy sorozatszerkesztés (Egyéb) | Tudományos[2759808] [Admin láttamozott]
40.
Rajkó, Róbert ; Erdélyi, Péter
Szeged, Magyarország : Szegedi Tudományegyetem (SZTE) (2014) , 36 p.
Zárolt Közlemény:2841018 Nyilvános Forrás Könyv (Oktatási anyag ) Oktatási
Oktatási anyag (Könyv) | Oktatási[2841018] [Nyilvános]
41.
Róbert, Rajkó ✉ ; Yu, Zheng
JOURNAL OF CHEMOMETRICS 28 : 9 pp. 691-695. , 5 p. (2014)
Zárolt Közlemény:2566641 Egyeztetett Forrás Folyóiratcikk (Szakcikk ) Tudományos
Nyilvános idéző összesen: 5 | Független: 3 | Függő: 2 | Nem jelölt: 0 | WoS jelölt: 5 | Scopus jelölt: 5 | WoS/Scopus jelölt: 5 | DOI jelölt: 5
Szakcikk (Folyóiratcikk) | Tudományos[2566641] [Egyeztetett]
Nyilvános idéző összesen: 5, Független: 3, Függő: 2, Nem jelölt: 0
  1. * Róbert Rajkó et al. Fitting-free curve resolution of spectroscopic data: chemometric and physical chemical viewpoints. (2015) ANALYTICA CHIMICA ACTA 0003-2670 1873-4324 888 19-26
  2. Sawall Mathias et al. On the area of feasible solutions for rank-deficient problems: I. Introduction of a generalized concept. (2020) JOURNAL OF CHEMOMETRICS 0886-9383 1099-128X
  3. * Omidikia Nematollah et al. Trilinear self‐modeling curve resolution using Borgen‐Rajkó plot. (2020) JOURNAL OF CHEMOMETRICS 0886-9383 1099-128X 34 3
  4. Kałka Andrzej J. et al. A new ingenious combination of rank annihilation factor analysis (RAFA) and self-modeling to enhance the unambiguous resolution of multicomponent spectra. (2023) SPECTROCHIMICA ACTA PART A-MOLECULAR AND BIOMOLECULAR SPECTROSCOPY 1386-1425 1873-3557 294
  5. Omidikia N. et al. Bilinear model factor decomposition: A general mixture analysis tool. (2023) CHEMOMETRICS AND INTELLIGENT LABORATORY SYSTEMS 0169-7439 1873-3239 240
42.
Samira, Beyramysoltan ; Hamid, Abdollahi ; Róbert, Rajkó ✉
ANALYTICA CHIMICA ACTA 827 pp. 1-14. , 14 p. (2014)
Zárolt Közlemény:2566662 Egyeztetett Forrás Idéző Folyóiratcikk (Szakcikk ) Tudományos
Nyilvános idéző összesen: 39 | Független: 18 | Függő: 21 | Nem jelölt: 0 | WoS jelölt: 36 | Scopus jelölt: 39 | WoS/Scopus jelölt: 39 | DOI jelölt: 39
Szakcikk (Folyóiratcikk) | Tudományos[2566662] [Egyeztetett]
Nyilvános idéző összesen: 39, Független: 18, Függő: 21, Nem jelölt: 0
  1. * Robert Rajko et al. Definition and detection of data-based uniqueness in evaluating bilinear (two-way) chemical measurements. (2015) ANALYTICA CHIMICA ACTA 0003-2670 1873-4324 855 21-33
  2. * Róbert Rajkó et al. Fitting-free curve resolution of spectroscopic data: chemometric and physical chemical viewpoints. (2015) ANALYTICA CHIMICA ACTA 0003-2670 1873-4324 888 19-26
  3. Juerss Annekathrin et al. On generalized Borgen plots. I: From convex to affine combinations and applications to spectral data In memory of Odd S. Borgen (1929-1994). (2015) JOURNAL OF CHEMOMETRICS 0886-9383 1099-128X 29 7 420-433
  4. * Sawall Mathias et al. Soft constraints for reducing the intrinsic rotational ambiguity of the area of feasible solutions. (2015) CHEMOMETRICS AND INTELLIGENT LABORATORY SYSTEMS 0169-7439 1873-3239 149 140-150
  5. * Omidikia N et al. Analytical solution and meaning of feasible regions in two-component three-way arrays. (2016) ANALYTICA CHIMICA ACTA 0003-2670 1873-4324 939 42-53
  6. * Azadeh Golshan et al. A review of recent methods for the determination of ranges of feasible solutions resulting from soft modeling analyses of multivariate data. (2016) ANALYTICA CHIMICA ACTA 0003-2670 1873-4324 911 1-13
  7. * Masoumeh Alinaghi et al. A systematic study on the effects of multi-set data analysis on the range of feasible solutions. (2016) CHEMOMETRICS AND INTELLIGENT LABORATORY SYSTEMS 0169-7439 1873-3239 153 22-32
  8. * Rahimdoust Mojdehi N et al. Investigating the effect of flexible constraints on the accuracy of self-modeling curve resolution methods in the presence of perturbations. (2016) JOURNAL OF CHEMOMETRICS 0886-9383 1099-128X 30 5 252-267
  9. Neymeyr Klaus et al. On an SVD-free approach to the complementarity and coupling theory. (2016) JOURNAL OF CHEMOMETRICS 0886-9383 1099-128X 30 1 30-36
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  27. Alcaraz Mirta R. et al. On second-order calibration based on multivariate curve resolution in the presence of highly overlapped profiles. (2020) ANALYTICA CHIMICA ACTA 0003-2670 1873-4324 1096 53-60
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