Engineering Polymer Informatics: Towards The Computer-Aided Design of Polymers
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Adams, N., & Murray-Rust, P. (2008). Engineering Polymer Informatics: Towards The Computer-Aided Design of Polymers.
The computer-aided design of polymers is one of the holy grails of modern chemical informatics and of significant interest for a number of communities in polymer science. The paper outlines a vision for the in silico design of polymers and presents an information model for polymers based on modern semantic web technologies, thus laying the foundations for achieving the vision.
polymer informatics, polymer markup language, chemical markup language, polymer ontology
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