By R. Carbó-Dorca, P.G. Mezey

This quantity highlights a number of the advances in molecular similarity. Molecular similarity examine is a dynamic box the place the swift move of principles and methodologies from the theoretical, quantum chemical and mathematical chemistry disciplines to effective algorithms and laptop courses utilized in industrially very important functions is mainly obtrusive. those functions usually function motivating components towards new advances within the primary and theoretical fields, and the mix of highbrow problem and sensible application offers mutual merits to theoreticians and experimentalists. the purpose of this quantity is to offer an summary of the present methodologies of molecular similarity stories, and to indicate new demanding situations, unsolved difficulties, and parts the place vital new advances could be anticipated.

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44. To compute TI, it is just necessary to define some auxiliary matrices as shown in Table 1. The TI definition and the relationship with the matrix elements, shown in Table 1 is summarized in Table 2. Table 1, Definition of Matrices Used in TI Calculations^ Matrix Elements Definition ^ in^ n) Classical topological matrix: J _ j1 if atoms / and j are bonded u [0 otherwise D (n X n) V in) Djj'. topological length of shortest path from atom / to atom j Vf. sum of entries in the /th row or column of matrix T Note: ^n is the number of atoms.

Cjj=l-iSinh{Djj). 2. ( % , = (l+(D,,)V/^;/7>0. C-Class into D-Class Defining the scale factor K, the following relationships may also be used to transform C-class into D-class indices: 1. ^^%j = K^TCOs(Cjjy 2. ^'^Dj, = K(Cj,r\l-Cj,). In this way, a set of one class of indices can be transformed into the complementary class without problems. This situation allows great freedom at the moment of using QSI sets to obtain information, derived from the molecular point-cloud sets, which can be correlated with the characteristic properties of the QOS.

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