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MeltNet: Predicting alloy melting temperature by machine learning.

  title={MeltNet: Predicting alloy melting temperature by machine learning.},
  author={Pin-Wen Guan and Venkatasubramanian Viswanathan},
  journal={arXiv: Materials Science},
Thermodynamics is fundamental for understanding and synthesizing multi-component materials, while efficient and accurate prediction of it still remain urgent and challenging. As a demonstration of the "Divide and conquer" strategy decomposing a phase diagram into different learnable features, quantitative prediction of melting temperature of binary alloys is made by constructing the machine learning (ML) model "MeltNet" in the present work. The influences of model hyperparameters on the… 
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