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Journal Article

Journal Article

Response surface methodology and product optimization  [1983]

Giovanni, Maria.;

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Abstract: A description of response surface methodology (RSM) covers how it is used and some of its applications in product optimization. This methodology has evolved into a useful statistical system within the sensory evaluation field. RSM uses quantitative data from appropriate experimental designs to determine and simultaneously solve multivariate equations that can be graphically represented as response surfaces. These surfaces describe how the test variables affect the response, provide information on the interrelationships among the test variables, and describe the combined effect of all test variables on the response. Graphical representations of RSM are illustrated (e.g., for responses of liking salt vs. liking sugar in ham). This information aids product developers to understand ingredient interactions in the product which guide final product formulation and future cost and quality changes. (wz)
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Food technology
ISSN : 0015-6639

Bibliographic information

Language:
English
Type:
Journal Article
In AGRIS since:
2013
Volume:
37
Issue:
11
Start Page:
41
End Page:
45, 83. ill
All titles:
"Response surface methodology and product optimization"@eng
Other:
"Based on a paper presented during the IFT Sensory Evaluation Div. Program, "Approaches to Product Optimization through Sensory Evaluation" at the 43rd Annual Meeting of the Inst. of Food Tech., New Orleans, LA June 19-22, 1983. Includes 7 references."
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Bibliographic information

Language:
English
Type:
Journal Article
In AGRIS since:
2013
Volume:
37
Issue:
11
Start Page:
41
End Page:
45, 83. ill
All titles:
"Response surface methodology and product optimization"@eng
Other:
"Based on a paper presented during the IFT Sensory Evaluation Div. Program, "Approaches to Product Optimization through Sensory Evaluation" at the 43rd Annual Meeting of the Inst. of Food Tech., New Orleans, LA June 19-22, 1983. Includes 7 references."