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Table 12 The percentage \(\rho _r^{(d)}\) of the number of chemical compounds with rank \(r\in [0,4]\) such that the maximum degree of a non-core vertex is at most \(d\in [3,4]\) over all rank-r chemical compounds in \(\text {DB}^{(\le 100)}\)

From: A novel method for inference of acyclic chemical compounds with bounded branch-height based on artificial neural networks and integer programming

\(\rho _0^{(3)}\) \(\rho _0^{(4)}\) \(\rho _1^{(3)}\) \(\rho _1^{(4)}\) \(\rho _2^{(3)}\) \(\rho _2^{(4)}\) \(\rho _3^{(3)}\) \(\rho _3^{(4)}\) \(\rho _4^{(3)}\) \(\rho _4^{(4)}\)
\(55.55\%\) \(99.85\%\) \(68.30\%\) \(99.97\%\) \(84.46\%\) \(99.99\%\) \(87.11\%\) \(99.99\%\) \(87.75\%\) \(99.99\%\)