A parallel model of independent component analysis constrained by a 5-parameter reference curve and its solution by multi-target particle swarm optimization

Lizhi Cui, Zhihao Ling, Josiah Poon, Simon K. Poon, Hao Chen, Junbin Gao, Wing Hing Paul Kwan, Kei Fan

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Abstract

The separation technologies of 3D chromatograms have been researched for a long time to obtain spectra and chromatogram peaks for individual compounds. However, before applying most of the current methods, the number of compounds must be known in advance. Independent Component Analysis (ICA) is applied to separate 3D chromatograms without knowing the compounds' number in advance, but the existence of the noise component in the results makes it complex for computation. In this paper, a parallel model of Independent Component Analysis constrained by a 5-parameter Reference Curve (pICA5pRC) is proposed based on the ICA model. Introducing a priori knowledge from chromatogram peaks, the pICA5pRC model transformed the 3D chromatogram separation problem to a 5 parameters optimization issue. An algorithm named multi-target particle swarm optimization (mPSO) has been developed to solve the pICA5pRC model. Through simulations, the performance and explanation of our method were described. Through experiments, the practicability of our method is validated. The results show that: (1) our method could separate 3D chromatograms efficiently even with severe overlap without knowing the compounds' number in advance; (2) our method extracted chromatogram peaks from the dataset directly without noise components; (3) our method could be applied to the practical HPLC-DAD dataset.
Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)2679-2686
Number of pages8
JournalAnalytical Methods
Volume6
Issue number8
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - 2014

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