New PDF release: Compression techniques for polymer sciences

By Bradely S. Tice

The publication addresses using algorithmic complexity to accomplish compression on polymer strings to lessen the redundant caliber whereas preserving the numerical caliber intact. It offers an outline of the categories of polymers and their makes use of. It additionally describes many of the kinds of compression platforms that may be used to compress polymer chains into achievable devices.

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A hybrid of the two language systems, natural language and mathematical formalisms such as the word formula for one plus one equals two can be written as 1 + one equals 2. © 2015 by Woodhead Publishing India Pvt. Ltd. 26 Compression techniques for polymer sciences The author has done research in the area of natural language and mathematics with a work addressing Kurt Godel’s Continuum Theory use of word problems as proof of inconsistency in David Hilbert’s axiomatic laws of mathematics. The author changed some of the words found in Godel’s original paper that, in turn, changed the semantic nature of the sentences used to proof the axiomatic truths found in Godel’s paper and by so doing changed the valuations used to determine an inconsistency (Tice, 2013).

Ltd. 10 Line notation systems and compression Line notation systems are used as a linear notation system to specify sub-structural patterns and structural patterns on chemical molecules (Wikipedia, ‘Smiles arbitrary target specification’, 2013: 1 and Wikipedia, ‘Simplified molecular-input line-entry system’, 2013: 1). ’, 2013: 1). Compression of Line Notation Systems is done at the point of repetition of a chemical symbol that makes it ‘redundant’ in the formula’s notation. ’, 2013: 4). SMARTS Notation: [$([OH][C,S,P]=0),$([nH]lnnncl)] The obvious compression point is the three sequential ‘n’ symbols [nnn] that can be compressed by either a numerical value for the ‘total’ number of n’s such as n3 or by notating with an underlining of a single ‘n’ character to define a ‘quantity’ of three ‘n’ symbols: [nnn] = [n].

4 Formal language compression Formal languages are computer languages and have their own rules and laws of formation, grammars, and connectivity, the structural qualities inherent in unions of parts of the whole. These are, by nature, linear and have the qualities of being mathematical in that they are represented as binary sequential strings. Computers use formal languages that are limited to type of the input devices to input the information into the and the primary ‘limiter’ to this information is the computer key board, a modified version of the ‘QWERTY’ typewriter key board that was invented in 1878 with the popular success of the No.

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