Shake-and-Bake: Applications and Advances

Russ Miller

Individual slides listed below:

  1. PP Presentation
  2. Outline of Talk
  3. Direct Methods
  4. Conventional Direct Methods
  5. Shake-and-Bake
  6. The Minimal Function
  7. Shake-and-Bake
  8. Shake-and-Bake
  9. SnB: Random Start
  10. SnB: Final Structure
  11. Structure of SnB
  12. Shake-and-Bake
  13. SnB Parameters
  14. Ph8755: SnB Histogram
  15. Ph8755: Trace of SnB Solution
  16. ToxII: SnB Histogram
  17. Tox II: Trace of SnB Solution
  18. Visualization in SnB (Ph8755) Geomview: Geometry Center, U. Minn.
  19. Some SnB Applications
  20. Factors Determining Success Rate
  21. An Interesting I4 Structure
  22. Extending Resolution: the I4 Structure
  23. SnB 2.0: Rationale
  24. SnB v2.0 Parameters/Proteins
  25. SnB 2.0: Varying Peaks
  26. SnB 2.0: Varying Cycles
  27. SnB 2.0: Phase Refinement
  28. SnB 2.0 Parameters (>1.1)
  29. SnB 2.0: Timings (SGI R10000 Workstation)
  30. Computing Platforms
  31. Summary
  32. PP Presentation




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