Rare behavior of growth processes via umbrella sampling of trajectories.

@article{Klymko2018RareBO,
  title={Rare behavior of growth processes via umbrella sampling of trajectories.},
  author={Katherine Klymko and Phillip L. Geissler and Juan P. Garrahan and Stephen Whitelam},
  journal={Physical review. E},
  year={2018},
  volume={97 3-1},
  pages={
          032123
        }
}
We compute probability distributions of trajectory observables for reversible and irreversible growth processes. These results reveal a correspondence between reversible and irreversible processes, at particular points in parameter space, in terms of their typical and atypical trajectories. Thus key features of growth processes can be insensitive to the precise form of the rate constants used to generate them, recalling the insensitivity to microscopic details of certain equilibrium behavior… 
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