Rugged free energy landscapes : common computational approaches in spin glasses, structural glasses and biological macromolecules / W. Janke (ed.).

Contributor(s): Janke, W. (Wolfhard)
Material type: TextTextSeries: Lecture notes in physics: 736.Publisher: Berlin ; New York : Springer, ©2008Description: 1 online resource (x, 412 pages) : illustrationsContent type: text Media type: computer Carrier type: online resourceISBN: 9783540740292; 3540740295; 3540740252; 9783540740254Subject(s): Condensed matter -- Mathematical models | Spin glasses -- Mathematical models | Protein folding -- Mathematical models | Physique | Condensed matter -- Mathematical models | Protein folding -- Mathematical models | Spin glasses -- Mathematical models | fysica | physics | biofysica | biophysics | materialen | materials | biomedische wetenschappen | biomedicine | numerieke methoden | numerical methods | computational science | toegepaste statistiek | applied statistics | Physics (General) | Fysica (algemeen)Genre/Form: Electronic books. Additional physical formats: Print version:: Rugged free energy landscapes.DDC classification: 530.4/13 LOC classification: QC173.458.M38 | R84 2008ebOnline resources: Click here to access online
Contents:
Introduction: Rugged free-energy landscapes / Wolfhard Janke -- Some aspects of infinite-range models of spin glasses: theory and numerical simulatioons -- The Potts glass model: a scenario for the freezing transition of structural glasses? / Kurt Binder, Claudio Brangian, Walter Kob -- Domain walls, droplets and barriers in two-dimensional Ising spin glasses / Alexander K. Hartmann -- Local scale-invariance in disordered systems / Malte Hankel, Michel Plemling -- Transport of mobile particles in and immobile environment: computer simulations of sodium silicates / Jürgen Horbach -- The gonihedric Ising model and glassiness / Demond A. Johnston, Adam Lipowski, Ranasinghe P.K.C. Malimini -- Thermodynamics of protein folding from coarse-grained models' perspectives / Michael Bachmann, Wolfhard Janke -- Exact energy landscape of proteins using a coarse-grained model / Frank Dressel, Sigismund Kobe -- Protein folding, unfolding and aggregation studied using an all-atom model with simplified interaction potential / Anders Irbäck -- All-atom simulations of proteins / Ulrich H.E. Hansmann -- Markov chain Monte Carlo methods for simulations of biomolecules / Bernd a. Berg -- A different approach to Monte Carlo simulations in systems with complex free-energy landscapes / David P. Landau -- Generalized-ensemble algorithms for protein folding simulations / Yuji Sugita, Ayori Mitsutake, Yuko Okamoto.
Summary: This collection of lectures and tutorial reviews by renowned experts focusses on the common computational approaches in use to unravel the static and dynamical behaviour of complex physical systems at the interface of physics, chemistry and biology. Paradigmatic examples of condensed matter physics are spin and structural glasses and protein folding, as well as their aggregation and adsorption to hard and soft surfaces, in physico-chemical biology. Among the most prominent joint key features of the systems considered in this volume are rugged free-energy landscapes. These generate metastabilit.
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Introduction: Rugged free-energy landscapes / Wolfhard Janke -- Some aspects of infinite-range models of spin glasses: theory and numerical simulatioons -- The Potts glass model: a scenario for the freezing transition of structural glasses? / Kurt Binder, Claudio Brangian, Walter Kob -- Domain walls, droplets and barriers in two-dimensional Ising spin glasses / Alexander K. Hartmann -- Local scale-invariance in disordered systems / Malte Hankel, Michel Plemling -- Transport of mobile particles in and immobile environment: computer simulations of sodium silicates / Jürgen Horbach -- The gonihedric Ising model and glassiness / Demond A. Johnston, Adam Lipowski, Ranasinghe P.K.C. Malimini -- Thermodynamics of protein folding from coarse-grained models' perspectives / Michael Bachmann, Wolfhard Janke -- Exact energy landscape of proteins using a coarse-grained model / Frank Dressel, Sigismund Kobe -- Protein folding, unfolding and aggregation studied using an all-atom model with simplified interaction potential / Anders Irbäck -- All-atom simulations of proteins / Ulrich H.E. Hansmann -- Markov chain Monte Carlo methods for simulations of biomolecules / Bernd a. Berg -- A different approach to Monte Carlo simulations in systems with complex free-energy landscapes / David P. Landau -- Generalized-ensemble algorithms for protein folding simulations / Yuji Sugita, Ayori Mitsutake, Yuko Okamoto.

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This collection of lectures and tutorial reviews by renowned experts focusses on the common computational approaches in use to unravel the static and dynamical behaviour of complex physical systems at the interface of physics, chemistry and biology. Paradigmatic examples of condensed matter physics are spin and structural glasses and protein folding, as well as their aggregation and adsorption to hard and soft surfaces, in physico-chemical biology. Among the most prominent joint key features of the systems considered in this volume are rugged free-energy landscapes. These generate metastabilit.

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