Abstract

Visible and near-infrared reflectance (visible–NIR) spectroscopy is applied to discriminate different varieties of bayberry juices. The discrimination of visible–NIR spectra from samples is a matter of pattern recognition. By partial least squares (PLS), the spectrum is reduced to certain factors, which are then taken as the input of the backpropagation neural network (BPNN). Through training and prediction, three different varieties of bayberry juice are classified based on the output of the BPNN. In addition, a mathematical model is built and the algorithm is optimized. With proper parameters in the training set, 100% accuracy is obtained by the BPNN. Thus it is concluded that the PLS analysis combined with the BPNN is an alternative for pattern recognition based on visible and NIR spectroscopy.

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