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computational

Having to do with calculations. Something that is "highly computational" requires a large number of calculations.
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The drugs which have failed in the last stage of clinical trials are also being studied using computational biology to understand and apply its use for other disease indications.
Along those lines, computational physicist Kyeongjae Cho of Stanford University is using models to design fuel cell materials.
The computational biology services market highlights the trend of in-house and contract computational biology.
High priority will be given to projects that integrate multi-investigator, multidisciplinary approaches with a high degree of interplay between computational and experimental approaches.
In theoretical computer science, the difficulty of problems--or puzzles and games--is assessed in terms of the computational resources required to solve them.
Premier Photomask Shop in Asia Becomes First to Qualify Luminescent's New Computational Defect Review Product
This volume contains some of the proceedings of the June 2006 annual Department of Defense High Performance Computer Modernization Program Users Group Conference, which is intended to allow the Department of Defense's science and technology and test and evaluation researchers to share their computational science and engineering results with other Department of Defense researchers.
Indeed, the analogy between rapid shifts in computational behavior and physical changes of state has inspired mathematicians, computer scientists, physicists, and others to explore physical models to obtain insights into precisely what makes many important computational problems hard to solve.
com/research/cd83df/handbook_of_comput) has announced the addition of John Wiley and Sons Ltd's new report "Handbook of Computational Econometrics" to their offering.
The authors write that these investigations could help separate transcriptional changes that are of relevance for the mode of toxicity from mere bystander effects--coincidences that have little predictive value and that can be amplified by other computational approaches.
In recognition of that fact, the 1998 Nobel Prize in Chemistry was awarded to two scientists for their development of computational methods that describe the properties of molecules.

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