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Advances and challenges in deep generative models for de novo molecule generation

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The de novo molecule generation problem involves generating novel or modified molecular structures with desirable properties. Taking advantage of the great representation learning ability of deep learning models, deep generative models, which differ from discriminative models in their traditional machine learning approach, provide the possibility of generation of desirable molecules directly. Although deep generative models have been extensively discussed in the machine learning community, a specific investigation of the computational issues related to deep generative models for de novo molecule generation is needed. A concise and insightful discussion of recent advances in applying deep generative models for de novo molecule generation is presented, with particularly emphasizing the most important challenges for successful application of deep generative models in this specific area.

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  • Computer and Information Science > Chemoinformatics
  • Computer and Information Science > Computer Algorithms and Programming
Distinctive deep generative models for de novo molecule generation (a) VAE‐based; (b) AAE‐based; (c) GAN‐based; (d) RNN‐based; (e) Hybrid models coupling with reinforcement learning
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