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Classification System for Identifying the Chemical Structure Using Support Vector Machine


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1 Department of CSE, M. Kumarasamy College of Engineering, Karur, Tamil Nadu, India
     

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In laboratory, each effort is taken only for identifying the unknown chemicals. All the chemicals are having its own characteristics and structure of molecules such as lines, hexagons and pentagons. The chemical database is used to find the detailed information of that molecule. Even though, the current database does not provide the up to date chemical information. To overcome the above identified problem, this paper introduces the kernel based support vector machine for identifying the chemicals using its structure. The SVM's are becoming more popular algorithm for identification of variety of chemicals in chemical applications. Final result shows the chemical identification and performance analysis of this proposed system.

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Chemistry, Classification, Molecules, Support Vector Machine.
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Authors

P. Santhi
Department of CSE, M. Kumarasamy College of Engineering, Karur, Tamil Nadu, India
K. Deepa
Department of CSE, M. Kumarasamy College of Engineering, Karur, Tamil Nadu, India

Abstract


In laboratory, each effort is taken only for identifying the unknown chemicals. All the chemicals are having its own characteristics and structure of molecules such as lines, hexagons and pentagons. The chemical database is used to find the detailed information of that molecule. Even though, the current database does not provide the up to date chemical information. To overcome the above identified problem, this paper introduces the kernel based support vector machine for identifying the chemicals using its structure. The SVM's are becoming more popular algorithm for identification of variety of chemicals in chemical applications. Final result shows the chemical identification and performance analysis of this proposed system.

Keywords


Chemistry, Classification, Molecules, Support Vector Machine.

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