Unsolved or Poorly Solved Computational Problems
Mr. M.J. Lush
mlush at hgmp.mrc.ac.uk
Mon Mar 3 22:35:50 EST 2003
In article <Vyy6a.1551$3S5.173279277 at newssvr15.news.prodigy.com>,
Richard Scott <rtscott at forgetspamPacbell.net> wrote:
>I have been surfing the Web to find answers but some issues are unclear.
>For example, is the sequencing problem solved to everyone's satisfaction?
>What kinds of models and algorithmic approaches are being used for protein
>folding? What are the important (not just interesting) problems?
If protein folding was easy they would not be building this
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