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This comprehensive overview of the application of artificial intelligence methods (AI) in chemistry contains an in-depth summary of the most interesting achievements of modern AI, namely, problem-solving in molecular structure elucidation and in syntheses design.
The book provides a brief history of AI as a branch of computer science. It also gives an overview of the basic methods employed for searching the solution space (thoroughly exemplified by chemical problems), together with a profound and expert discussion on many questions that may be raised by modern chemists wishing to apply computer-assisted methods in their own research. Moreover, it includes a survey of the most important literature references, covering all essential research in automated interpretation of molecular spectra to elucidate a structure and in syntheses design. A glossary of basic terms from computer technology for chemists is appended.
This book is intended to make the emerging field of artificial intelligence understandable and accessible for chemists, who are not trained in computer methods for solving chemical problems. The author discusses step-by-step basic algorithms for structure elucidation and many aspects of the automated design of organic syntheses in order to integrate this fascinating technology into current chemical knowledge.
- © Elsevier Science 1991
- 6th June 1991
- Elsevier Science
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@qu:The publication of this book is timely. ...an excellent and comprehensive overview of the basic concepts of Artificial Intelligence techniques and their application to the interpretation of spectra and to synthesis design. @source:Recueil des Travaux Chimiques des Pays-Bas @qu:...has a great many AI references to articles that would be hard to find otherwise. For this reason alone I could recommend the book. I recommend the book to those interested in AI problems in chemistry and to workers in the fields of structure elucidation and computer-assisted organic synthesis. @source:Computers in Chemistry
Department of Physical and Computer Chemistry, I. Łukasiewicz Technical University, Rzeszów, Poland
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