Computers in sensory analysis

Computers in sensory analysis

Food Quality and Preference Food Quality and Preference 1989 I (#IS) 163 @ Longman Group UK Lrd 1989 0950-3293/89M)I404163/M3.50 Computers in senso...

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Food Quality and Preference Food Quality and Preference

1989 I (#IS) 163 @ Longman

Group UK Lrd 1989 0950-3293/89M)I404163/M3.50

Computers in sensory analysis

On 23rd and 24th May 1989, the second Campden symposium on this subject was held at CFDRA. The programme included lecture material plus ‘hands-on’ demonstrations of data capture equipment, statistical and design packages, and expert systems. The symposium attracted a good attendance by delegates from the UK and abroad representing industry, academia and government-funded research. It was organised jointly by the Sensory Panel of the Food Group of the Society of Chemical Industry and the Campden Food and Drink Research Association. We are grateful to these two bodies for their co-operation in enabling us to publish papers presented at this symposium. The exhibitors were as follows: Application of Macintosh HyperCard to sensory data capture, D B MacDougall (IFR-Bristol) CSA data registration system, J Somers (Compusense

Ltd)

M Comber (Frost International)

Computerised

interviewing,

Experimental

design package, A Davies (Unilever Research)

Expert system for sensory analysis, E Risvik (Matforsk) Internal preference mapping, H J H MacFie (IFR-Reading) Macintosh graphics, G Howard (Coventry Polytechnic) Optical mark readers, M Taylor (Data Research Services Ltd) PSA data registration system and SENSTAT, P Punter (Oliemans and A A Williams (Sensory Research Laboratories Ltd.) SENSTEC data registration TASTE Ltd)

data registration

UNSCRAMBLER

Punter & Partners)

system, P Worsfold (Tecator) system and SENPAK,

(Computer-Aided

L White (Reading

Modelling A/S)

Scientific Services