Structure-activity analyzed by pattern recognition: the asymmetric case.

Abstract

In classification studies in which pattern-recognition methods are used to distinguish active compounds from inactive ones, a type of data structure which we call "asymmetric" can be observed. This type of data structure can be quite common and its occurrence can have a profound effect on the classification analysis outcome. The origin of asymmetric data… (More)

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@article{Dunn1980StructureactivityAB, title={Structure-activity analyzed by pattern recognition: the asymmetric case.}, author={William J. Dunn and Susan J Wold}, journal={Journal of medicinal chemistry}, year={1980}, volume={23 6}, pages={595-9} }