Reviews in Computational Chemistry, Volume 23

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Kenny B. Lipkowitz, Thomas R. Cundari, Donald B. Boyd
John Wiley & Sons, Feb 26, 2007 - Science - 376 pages
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THIS VOLUME, LIKE THOSE PRIOR TO IT, FEATURES CHAPTERS BY EXPERTS IN VARIOUS FIELDS OF COMPUTATIONAL CHEMISTRY. Volume 23 COVERS LINEAR SCALING METHODS FOR QUANTUM CHEMISTRY, VARIATIONAL TRANSITION STATE THEORY, COARSE GRAIN MODELING OF POLYMERS, SUPPORT VECTOR MACHINES, CONICAL INTERSECTIONS, ANALYSIS OF INFORMATION CONTENT USING SHANNON ENTROPY, AND HISTORICAL INSIGHTS INTO HOW COMPUTING EVOLVED IN THE PHARMACEUTICAL INDUSTRY.

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Kenny B. Lipkowitz is a recently retired Professor of Chemistry from North Dakota State University.

Tom Cundari is Professor of Chemistry at the University of North Texas.

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