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Book chapters (2007), Consumer-led Food Product Development, Woodhead Publishing, pp. 492-523

The Use of Partial Least Squares Methods in New Food Product Development

MARTENS M., TENENHAUS M., ESPOSITO VINZI Vincenzo , MARTENS H.

Successful food product development requires a clear vision and understanding of the interaction between consumers and product in a context and time perspective. PLS represents a certain modelling principle that describes multivariate observations in terms of their patterns of co-variation. This chapter first gives a short historical and motivational overview of PLS methods followed by a user-friendly theopretical introduction. A layperson's guide to the PLS methods then corresponds to examples in practice and reflections upon future trends.

MARTENS, M., TENENHAUS, M., ESPOSITO VINZI, V. and MARTENS, H. (2007). The Use of Partial Least Squares Methods in New Food Product Development. In: Consumer-led Food Product Development. 1st ed. Woodhead Publishing, pp. 492-523.