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Title: Inferential Chemometric Allocation
Author: Phillip Stockton
Source: 2009 North Sea Flow Measurement Workshop
Year Published: 2009
Abstract: What is Inferential Chemometric Allocation? Chemometrics is the science of extracting information from chemical systems by datadriven means. The chemical data used in this approach to allocation are the compositions of the feed and product streams in a commingled system. These are used to infer an allocation of the product stream between two or more contributing streams without measuring the flow of the feed streams. A simple example will illustrate the concept. Consider two streams: Field A and Field B, each of different compositions. The composition of each stream is known and remains constant. These streams are mixed together and the commingled products composition is measured as shown in Figure 1.