Development of an AI-Based Optimization System for Tandem Mass Spectrometry
Artificial intelligence (AI) is that branch of computer science that attempts to understand and model intelligent behavior with the aid of computers. In general these attempts to have machines emulate intelligent behavior fall far short of the competence of humans. However, in the area of expert systems, computer programs have been developed that can achieve human performance, and in limited aspects even exceed it.
KeywordsExpert System Triple Quadrupole Mass Spectrometer Collisionally Activate Dissociation Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory Field Axis
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