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Their topics include comparative molecular field analysis; QSAR models based on shape, surface, and volume; autocorrelation and derived methods; quantitative spectroscopic data activity relationships; data mining; induced-fit in five dimensional and six dimensional QSAR models; docking and interaction energy calculation; and extensive sampling and simplified models for calculating free energy.
Victor Bullain Victor Bullain, pioneer and co-founder of the Five Dimensional BIM movement, has contributed to revolutionizing the construction process.
In , Jumale (2006) has solved the field equations in non-symmetric unified field theory proposed by Einstein and obtained five dimensional (z-t)-type plane wave solutions on the lines of Takeno (1961)  with the space-time metric of Ambatkar (2002).
xBML enables organizations to gain an exact, comprehensive, five dimensional view of their business -- one that depicts the precise, complex relationship between operations, information, resources, and technology within a multi-dimensional business model.
By supporting five dimensional planning -- channel, product, time, vendor and measures -- merchants have the flexibility to consider a variety of complex scenarios and generate scientific plans that reduce much of the guesswork which occurs in today's planning departments.