An artificial neural network is a mathematical prediction tool based on the reproduction of the functioning of a brain through the simulation of its basic unit, the neuron, with its ability to work together several of them, and learn from previously processed information.
One of the main purposes of Science & Wine blog is to make wine science information more accessible. As a researcher, I believe that wine sector development must be based in scientific knowledge. The future of wine sector must be prepared by anticipating the upcoming problems and build a solution strategy based in scientific guidelines. Why a blog?
According to the International Organisation of Vine and Wine (OIV), wine is defined as the beverage resulting exclusively from the partial or complete alcoholic fermentation of fresh grapes. On the other hand, wine scientists in order to define, study and understand wine, divide it up into its individual components. In fact, the classic scientific approach to study any sample is to use targeted methods able to provide information about a small and well-defined number of metabolites.
Yes, Paula Silva, I would be honoured to continue your post on ‘The science behind the wine label’. However, I have to admit that your solemn title left me a bit nervous. After all, I am not a scientist, and even as a researcher, I consider myself a novice in academic writing.