Machine olfaction  

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Machine olfaction is the automated simulation of the sense of smell. It is an emerging requirement of modern robotics where robots or other automated systems are needed to measure the existence of a particular chemical concentration in air. They are often called electronic noses (e-nose). A challenge is created when each odor is produced by its own unique set of odorant compounds because the e-nose has a limited number of elements.

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