New Similarity Coefficients for Binary Data

@inproceedings{Consonni2012NewSC,
  title={New Similarity Coefficients for Binary Data},
  author={Viviana Consonni},
  year={2012}
}
In the last few decades, the use of similarity measures has been becoming more and more important due to the relevance of comparing samples in order to find out clusters of similar samples, to generate priority lists, and, in general, to discover patterns in data structures. In drug design, their relevance is already well established to search for the most suitable alternative to a target drug. In the QSAR field they are currently the key factor in read-accross strategy along with the defined… CONTINUE READING

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