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** Instruments and scales predictive power **

** Power Rate Prediction Instrumentation **

** Prediction Power of Property-based Approaches **

** Predictive power of thermodynamics **

** The Predictive Power of Thermochemical Calculations on Ionic Compounds **

The predictive power of the CPG neural network was tested with Icavc-one-out cross-validation. The overall percentage of correct classifications was low, with only 33% correct classifications, so it is clear that there are some major problems regarding the predictive power of this model. First of all one has to remember that the data set is extremely small with only 11 5 compounds, and has a extremely high number of classes with nine different MOAs into which compounds have to be classified. The second task is to compare the cross-validated classifications of each MOA with the impression we already had from looking at the output layers. [Pg.511]

In this specific case, the predictive power of the polynomial (see Fig. 3.9) and the exponential function are about equal in the x-interval of interest. The peak height corresponding to an unknown sample amount would be [Pg.184]

Morrell [Trans. Instn. Min. Metall, Sect. C, 101, 25-32 (1992)] established equations to predict power draft based on a model of the [Pg.1852]

Quality factor or quality ratio (Q) The high values of Q (2.259-14.646) for these QSAR models suggest that the high predictive power for these models as well as no over-fitting. [Pg.69]

So far, many rules of thumb have appeared in the Hterature and have also found their way into general and inorganic chemistry textbooks [19]. Unfortunately, aU these mles of thumb lack deeper explanation or quantification, and their predicting power is generally low. The most common mles (together with some examples) of when a lone pair is expected to become stereochemically active are [Pg.16]

Models should be assessed not only in terms of their goodness of fit (i.e., statistical quality) but also in terms of their predictive power. The predictive power of a model can be assessed only by estimating the activity of a set of compounds not included in the original model. [Pg.474]

The influence of solvent can be incorporated in an implicit fashion to yield so-called langevin modes. Although NMA has been applied to allosteric proteins previously, the predictive power of normal mode analysis is intrinsically limited to the regime of fast structural fluctuations. Slow conformational transitions are dominantly found in the regime of anharmonic protein motion. [Pg.72]

To implement the Physiome Project, a lot of good science (Wolpert) and thinking (Dover) will be required. The tools that will ultimately define the success of the project are analytical models of biological processes that have predictive power - virtual cells, tissues, organs and systems. [Pg.133]

Cardiac models are amongst the most advanced in silico tools for bio-med-icine, and the above scenario is bound to become reality rather sooner than later. Both cellular and whole organ models have aheady matured to a level where they have started to possess predictive power. We will now address some aspects of single cell model development (the cars ), and then look at how virtual cells interact to simulate the spreading wave of electrical excitation in anatomically representative, virtual hearts (the traffic ). [Pg.135]

The idea behind this approach is simple. First, we compose the characteristic vector from all the descriptors we can compute. Then, we define the maximum length of the optimal subset, i.e., the input vector we shall actually use during modeling. As is mentioned in Section 9.7, there is always some threshold beyond which an inaease in the dimensionality of the input vector decreases the predictive power of the model. Note that the correlation coefficient will always be improved with an increase in the input vector dimensionality. [Pg.218]

The trends in chemical and physical properties of the elements described beautifully in the periodic table and the ability of early spectroscopists to fit atomic line spectra by simple mathematical formulas and to interpret atomic electronic states in terms of empirical quantum numbers provide compelling evidence that some relatively simple framework must exist for understanding the electronic structures of all atoms. The great predictive power of the concept of atomic valence further suggests that molecular electronic structure should be understandable in terms of those of the constituent atoms. [Pg.7]

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** Instruments and scales predictive power **

** Power Rate Prediction Instrumentation **

** Prediction Power of Property-based Approaches **

** Predictive power of thermodynamics **

** The Predictive Power of Thermochemical Calculations on Ionic Compounds **

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