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Multi-resolution B-splines data compression improves MIR spectroscopy-based Health diagnostic efficiency

Abstract : MIR spectroscopy is becoming an increasingly important tool potentially useful for diagnosis purposes especially by studying body fluids. Indeed, diseases induce changes in the composition of fluids modifying the MIR spectra. However, such changes can be difficult to capture if the structure of the data is not considered. Our objective was to improve MIR spectra analysis by using approximation of the spectra by B-splines at different specific resolutions and to combine these spectra representations with a machine learning model to predict hepatic steatosis from serum study. The different resolutions make it possible to identify changes in shape over bands of various widths. The multiresolution model helps to improve the hepatic steatosis prediction compared to conventional approaches where the absorbances are considered as unstructured variables. In addition, B-splines provide both localized and compressed information that can be translated into biochemical terms more easily than with other classical approximation methods (wavelets, Fourier transforms).
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David Martin, Valérie Monbet, Olivier Sire, Maëna Le Corvec, Olivier Loréal. Multi-resolution B-splines data compression improves MIR spectroscopy-based Health diagnostic efficiency. Talenta Open, Elsevier, 2021, 4, pp.100063. ⟨10.1016/j.talo.2021.100063⟩. ⟨hal-03322143⟩

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