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Problem Addressed

In-process quality control in a processing industry is critical for meeting standards of the finished product, reducing waste, and optimizing the process flow. For example, in a dairy supply chain, quantification of constituents in milk is important at an early stage for elimination of abnormal milk prior to pooling and for proper management of cattle feed and health. Existing off-line methodologies are time consuming and prone to human error, while the on-line techniques provide poor results due to the composition of milk that has constituents of varying form, size, and concentration.