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A rapidly Mixing Monte Carlo Method for the Simulation of Slow Molecular Processes

By V. Durmaz, K. Fackeldey and M. Weber

Submitted: June 2nd 2010Reviewed: September 13th 2010Published: February 28th 2011

DOI: 10.5772/15018

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V. Durmaz, K. Fackeldey and M. Weber (February 28th 2011). A rapidly Mixing Monte Carlo Method for the Simulation of Slow Molecular Processes, Applications of Monte Carlo Methods in Biology, Medicine and Other Fields of Science, Charles J. Mode, IntechOpen, DOI: 10.5772/15018. Available from:

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