USING MULTIVARIATE MODELS TO DESCRIBE AND PREDICT THE SENSORY QUALITY OF COOKED POTATOES

A.K. Thybo, F. van den Berg
Multivariate modelling of quality is meaningful due to the fact that 1) quality is a multifaceted concept, 2) multiple agricultural parameters affect quality and 3) current instrumental measurements are often multidimensional. Usually, several sensory attributes and/or physical and chemical variables are needed to describe quality of agricultural products. This paper will review some of the agronomic parameters affecting potato quality by using multivariate analysis and also prediction of final sensory texture quality from rapid instrumental measurements on raw material.
Thybo, A.K. and van den Berg, F. (2001). USING MULTIVARIATE MODELS TO DESCRIBE AND PREDICT THE SENSORY QUALITY OF COOKED POTATOES. Acta Hortic. 566, 533-536
DOI: 10.17660/ActaHortic.2001.566.70
https://doi.org/10.17660/ActaHortic.2001.566.70
agronomic influences, texture, Low-Field 1H NMR, uniaxial compression, multivariate data analysis
English

Acta Horticulturae