Request for Info on Force Field assisted Particle Recognition
mek at hydrox.enet.dec.com
Fri Jul 9 12:47:35 EST 1993
I'm currently in the graduate biocomputing program at Wayne
State Univ in Detroit. I'm particuarly focusing in on the
computational aspects of proteins (and associated molecules
like enzymes, RNA, etc.). I was looking to do my paper/thesis
on the information processing aspects of pattern/particle
recognition of molecules (real or otherwise) assisted by force
fields (the way protein recognize each other and form mosaics).
Can anyone point to any works done in this area or provide any
suggestions/recommendations. In particular, I've read many
articles on Brownian Dynamics, but interested to pointers to
articles on molecular liquids, force fields, diffusion, etc.
which relate to the above area. I'm not especially interested
in the thermodynamics/statistical side of things. At least, not
too much on the statistical side.
I'm especially interested in abstracting the concepts/theories
away from the physical side of things (for now), but will take
anything in this area I can get.
I'm also open for any opinions on whether this seems to be worthy
of study, any direction to focus this research, discouragement
(if appropriate), and info on whether this has been done already.
thanks very much,
mek at hydrox.det.dec.com
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