Computer-Assisted Solution of Chemical Problems-The Historical Development and the Present State of the Art of a New Discipline of Chemistry

@inproceedings{Bauer2003ComputerAssistedSO,
  title={Computer-Assisted Solution of Chemical Problems-The Historical Development and the Present State of the Art of a New Discipline of Chemistry},
  author={Johannes Bauer and Klemens Bley and Alf Dengler and Andreas Dietz and Eric Fontain and Bernhard Gruber and Rainer Herges and Michael Knauer and Klaus Reitsam and Natalie Stein},
  year={2003}
}
The topic of this article is the development and the present state of the ar t of computer chemistry, the computer-assisted solution of chemical problems. Initially the problems in computer chemistry were confined to structure elucidation on the basis of spectroscopic data, then programs for synthesis design based on libraries of reaction data for relatively narrow classes of target compounds were developed, and now computer programs for the solution of a great variety of chemical problems are… CONTINUE READING