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Application of fuzzy partial least squares (FPLS) modeling nonlinear biological processes

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YOO, CK, YH BANG, IB LEE, et al. “Application of Fuzzy Partial Least Squares (FPLS) Modeling Nonlinear Biological Processes.” KOREAN JOURNAL OF CHEMICAL ENGINEERING 21.6 (2004): 1087–1097. Print.
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YOO, CK, BANG, Y., LEE, I., Vanrolleghem, P., & ROSEN, C. (2004). Application of fuzzy partial least squares (FPLS) modeling nonlinear biological processes. KOREAN JOURNAL OF CHEMICAL ENGINEERING, 21(6), 1087–1097.
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YOO, CK, YH BANG, IB LEE, Peter Vanrolleghem, and C ROSEN. 2004. “Application of Fuzzy Partial Least Squares (FPLS) Modeling Nonlinear Biological Processes.” Korean Journal of Chemical Engineering 21 (6): 1087–1097.
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YOO, CK, YH BANG, IB LEE, Peter Vanrolleghem, and C ROSEN. 2004. “Application of Fuzzy Partial Least Squares (FPLS) Modeling Nonlinear Biological Processes.” Korean Journal of Chemical Engineering 21 (6): 1087–1097.
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YOO C, BANG Y, LEE I, Vanrolleghem P, ROSEN C. Application of fuzzy partial least squares (FPLS) modeling nonlinear biological processes. KOREAN JOURNAL OF CHEMICAL ENGINEERING. KOREAN INST CHEM ENGINEERS; 2004;21(6):1087–97.
IEEE
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C. YOO, Y. BANG, I. LEE, P. Vanrolleghem, and C. ROSEN, “Application of fuzzy partial least squares (FPLS) modeling nonlinear biological processes,” KOREAN JOURNAL OF CHEMICAL ENGINEERING, vol. 21, no. 6, pp. 1087–1097, 2004.
@article{308542,
  author       = {YOO, CK and BANG, YH and LEE, IB and Vanrolleghem, Peter and ROSEN, C},
  issn         = {0256-1115},
  journal      = {KOREAN JOURNAL OF CHEMICAL ENGINEERING},
  language     = {eng},
  number       = {6},
  pages        = {1087--1097},
  publisher    = {KOREAN INST CHEM ENGINEERS},
  title        = {Application of fuzzy partial least squares (FPLS) modeling nonlinear biological processes},
  volume       = {21},
  year         = {2004},
}

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