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Classical Molecular Dynamics and Parallel Computing a Godehard Sutmann

@inproceedings{Sutmann2002ClassicalMD,
  title={Classical Molecular Dynamics and Parallel Computing a Godehard Sutmann},
  author={G. Sutmann and J. Neumann},
  year={2002}
}
an overview is given about classical molecular dynamics computer simulation. The main ingredients which enter into a program are presented and special emphasis is put on parallelisation approaches. Also the limits and challenges of parallel algorithms 

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