Abstract

Calibration models developed from hyperspectral imaging data may be applied at the pixel level to generate prediction maps that estimate the spatial distribution of components in a sample. Such prediction maps facilitate direct visual interpretation of model performance, and performance indicators can be extracted from them. These maps can be used as a tool to evaluate calibration models developed on hyperspectral imaging data. This paper presents a method for calibration model evaluation based on information obtained from prediction maps and demonstrates its usefulness for preventing overfitting. Partial least-squares regression was used for model calibration in this study, although in principle the proposed method may be used to evaluate other multivariate calibration methods, e.g. ridge regression and principal-components regression.

© 2014 IM Publications LLP

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