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1985 (Volume 16, No. 4)Chemistry -- Scientific Computing Special: Many Chemists, Many Cups of TeaA chemist's approach to advanced scientific computing is as unique as the kind of chemistry being done; neither theoreticians nor experimenters necessarily share hardware or software needs. One chemist's experience. Chemical plant design. Modeling failure. Expert Chemical Systems. Mort LaBrecquePDF
1985 (Volume 16, No. 4)Chemistry -- Scientific Computing Special: Expert Chemical SystemsAdvances in computational chemistry are not limited to the familiar aspects of numerical processing. Symbolic processing especially as used in programming for artificial intelligence, is a real, albeit, subtle presence. Mort LaBrecquePDF


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