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This is a review of past and present attempts to predict the secondary structure of ribonucleic acids (RNAs) through mathematical and computer methods. Related areas covering classification, enumeration and graphical representations of structures are also covered. Various general prediction techniques are discussed, especially the use of thermodynamic criteria to construct an optimal structure. The emphasis in this approach is on the use of dynamic programming algorithms to minimize freedoi:10.1007/bf02459506 fatcat:vbxit4zofjarbccwar44e4lkma