Item description for Soft Computing Approaches in Chemistry (Studies in Fuzziness and Soft Computing) by Hugh M. Cartwright & Les M. Sztandera...
This book brings together original work from a number of authors who have made significant contributions to the evolution and use of nonstandard computing methods in chemistry and pharmaceutical industry. The contributions to this book cover a wide range of applications of Soft Computing to the chemical domain. Soft Computing applications are able to approximate many different kinds of real-world systems; to tolerate imprecision, partial truth, and uncertainty; and to learn from their environment and generate solutions of low cost, high robustness, and tractability. Presented applications are the optimization of the structure of atom clusters, the design of safe textile materials, real-time monitoring of pollutants in the workplace, quantitative structure-activity relationships, the analysis of Mssbauer spectra, the synthesis of methanol or the use of bioinformatics in the clustering of data within large biochemical databases. With this diverse range of applications, the book appeals to professionals, researchers and developers of software tools for the design of Soft Computing-based systems in chemistry and pharmaceutical industry, and to many others within the computational intelligence community.
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Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 0.75" Width: 6.25" Height: 9.25" Weight: 1.4 lbs.
Release Date May 7, 2003
ISBN 3540002456 ISBN13 9783540002451
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More About Hugh M. Cartwright & Les M. Sztandera
Hugh M. Cartwright was born in 1948 and has an academic affiliation as follows - Oxford University.