Parallel tempering: theory, applications, and new perspectives.

@article{Earl2005ParallelTT,
  title={Parallel tempering: theory, applications, and new perspectives.},
  author={David John Earl and Michael W. Deem},
  journal={Physical chemistry chemical physics : PCCP},
  year={2005},
  volume={7 23},
  pages={
          3910-6
        }
}
We review the history of the parallel tempering simulation method. From its origins in data analysis, the parallel tempering method has become a standard workhorse of physicochemical simulations. We discuss the theory behind the method and its various generalizations. We mention a selected set of the many applications that have become possible with the introduction of parallel tempering, and we suggest several promising avenues for future research. 

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