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Combinatorial matrix theory         
Combinatorial matrix theory is a branch of linear algebra and combinatorics that studies matrices in terms of the patterns of nonzeros and of positive and negative values in their coefficients.
Matrix theory (physics)         
QUANTUM MECHANICAL MODEL BASED ON MATHEMATICAL MATRICES
IKKT matrix model; BFSS matrix model
In theoretical physics, the BFSS matrix model or matrix theory is a quantum mechanical model proposed by Tom Banks, Willy Fischler, Stephen Shenker, and Leonard Susskind in 1997.Banks et al. 1997
Combinatorial chemistry         
  •  Peptides forming in cycles 3 and 4
  • Example of a solid-phase supported dye to signal ligand binding
  • A 27-member tripeptide full library and the three omission libraries. The color circles are amino acids
  • Positional scanning. Full trimer peptide library made from 3 amino acids and its 9 sublibraries. The first row shows the coupling positions
  • Compounds that can be synthesized from solid-phase bound imines
  • Recursive deconvolution. Blue, yellow and red circles: amino acids, Green circle: solid support
  • Flow diagram of the split-mix combinatorial synthesis
  • Use of a solid-supported polyamine to scavenge excess reagent
  • Use of a traceless linker
CHEMICAL METHODS DESIGNED TO RAPIDLY SYNTHESIZE LARGE NUMBERS OF CHEMICAL COMPOUNDS
Combinatorial Chemistry; Combichem; Combinational chemistry; Combinatorial libraries; Combinatorial library; Combinatorial synthesis; High-throughput chemistry; Combinatorial chemistry techniques
Combinatorial chemistry comprises chemical synthetic methods that make it possible to prepare a large number (tens to thousands or even millions) of compounds in a single process. These compound libraries can be made as mixtures, sets of individual compounds or chemical structures generated by computer software.