Table_1_Pharmaceutical Analysis Model Robustness From Bagging-PLS and PLS Using Systematic Tracking Mapping.DOC (178 kB)

Table_1_Pharmaceutical Analysis Model Robustness From Bagging-PLS and PLS Using Systematic Tracking Mapping.DOC

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posted on 06.07.2018 by Na Zhao, Lijuan Ma, Xingguo Huang, Xiaona Liu, Yanjiang Qiao, Zhisheng Wu

Our work proved that processing trajectory could effectively obtain a more reliable and robust quantitative model compared with the step-by-step optimization method. The use of systematic tracking was investigated as a tool to optimize modeling parameters including calibration method, spectral pretreatment and variable selection latent factors. The variable was selected by interval partial least-squares (iPLS), backward interval partial least-square (BiPLS) and synergy interval partial least-squares (SiPLS). The models were established by Partial least squares (PLS) and Bagging-PLS. The model performance was assessed by using the root mean square errors of validation (RMSEP) and the ratio of standard error of prediction to standard deviation (RPD). The proposed procedure was used to develop the models for near infrared (NIR) datasets of active pharmaceutical ingredients in tablets and chlorogenic acid of Lonicera japonica solution in ethanol precipitation process. The results demonstrated the processing trajectory has great advantages and feasibility in the development and optimization of multivariate calibration models as well as the effectiveness of bagging model and variable selection to improve prediction accuracy and robustness.

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