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  • The submission has not been previously published, nor is it before another journal for consideration (or an explanation has been provided in Comments to the Editor).
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A list of five potential reviewers must be provided.

Special Issue "Machine Learning Computational Methods"

This special issue aims at hybridizing and comparing the potentials of QSAR and machine learning techniques in material modeling and drug design for specific applications.  The following topics fall within the scope of this special issue

  • Investigating the anticancer potentials of probable compounds using QSAR and machine learning computational methods
  • Hybridization of machine learning techniques with population-based optimization algorithm for enhancing materials’ properties during drug design
  • Performance comparison of QSAR and machine learning computational methods for material modeling
  • Molecular docking of the lead compounds with receptors’ active sites
  • Pharmacokinetics studies of the lead compounds
  • Molecular dynamic simulations of the lead compounds

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