Ligand Binding with OBPRM and User Input

@inproceedings{Bayazit2001LigandBW,
  title={Ligand Binding with OBPRM and User Input},
  author={O. Burçhan Bayazit and Guang Song and Nancy M. Amato},
  booktitle={ICRA},
  year={2001}
}
In this paper, we present a framework for studying ligand bin ding which is based on techniques recently developed in the ro botics motion planning community. We are interested in locating bi nding sites on the protein for a ligand molecule. Our work inves tigates the performance of a fully automated motion planner, a s well as the effects of supplementary user input collected using a haptic device. Our results applying an obstacle-based probabi listic roadmap motion planning algorithm ( OBPRM… CONTINUE READING
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