Molecular modeling with machine-learned universal potential functions

by   Ke Liu, et al.

Molecular modeling is an important topic in drug discovery. Decades of research have led to the development of high quality scalable molecular force fields. In this paper, we show that neural networks can be used to train an universal approximator for energy potential functions. By incorporating a fully automated training process we have been able to train smooth, differentiable, and predictive potential functions on large scale crystal structures. A variety of tests have also performed to show the superiority and versatility of the machine-learned model.


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