Moment tensor potentials as a promising tool to study diffusion processes

  title={Moment tensor potentials as a promising tool to study diffusion processes},
  author={I.I. Novoselov and Alexey Yanilkin and Alexander V. Shapeev and E. V. Podryabinkin Dukhov Research Institute of Automatics and Moscow Institute of Physics and Technology and Skolkovo Institute of Science},
  journal={Computational Materials Science},

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