Dielectric constant (DC, ε) is a fundamental parameter in material sciences to measure polarizability of the system. In industrial processes, its value is an imperative indicator, which demonstrates the dielectric property of material and compiles information including separation information, chemical equilibrium, chemical reactivity analysis, and solubility modeling. Since, the available ε-prediction models are fairly primitive and frequently suffer from serious failures especially when deals with strong polar compounds. Therefore, we have developed a novel data-driven system to improve the efficiency and wide-range applicability of ε using in material sciences. This innovative scheme adopts the correlation distance and genetic algorithm to discriminate features’ combination and avoid overfitting. Herein, the prediction output of the single ML model as a coding to estimate the target value by simulating the layer-by-layer extraction in deep learning, and enabling instant search for the optimal combination of features is recruited. Our model established an improved correlation value of 0.956 with target as compared to the previously available best traditional ML result of 0.877. Our framework established a profound improvement, especially for material systems possessing ε value >50. In terms of interpretability, we have derived a conceptual computational equation from a minimum generating tree. Our innovative data-driven system is preferentially superior over other methods due to its application for the prediction of dielectric constants as well as for the prediction of overall micro and macro-properties of any multi-components complex.
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