Comparison of Data Representation Languages in the Structure–Activity Problem
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This paper discusses two languages for representation of chemical structures and carries out their comparative analysis for the prediction of biological activity using an intelligent JSM-system. The comparison is carried out on three data arrays in terms of the group of parameters.
Keywords:chemical compound biological activity data representation language JSM system simple method with counterexamples forbidden
This work was partially supported by the Russian Foundation for Basic Research no. 17-07-00539.
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