Adapting CHMTRN (CHeMistry TRaNslator) for a New Use

07 January 2020, Version 1
This content is a preprint and has not undergone peer review at the time of posting.


The CHMTRN language, originally created for the LHASA project on computer retro-synthesis by a team at Harvard University has been further developed for use in a project requiring the prediction of synthetically-accessible chemical structures. This paper describes the language, as now re-implemented, which is English-language like and has potentially much wider uses.


Knowledge base
Chemical language
Reaction prediction


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