The Fast Rotation Function 1 The rotation function

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    where S is a spherical region of defined radius, centred at the origin, has high values when there is a high overlapping of patterson peaks between the two maps. If the model is rotated, its patterson Q will transform into a new patterson Q ′ , and the above integral will yield a different value because the overlapping between patterson peaks will have changed. A rotation can be described by a 3 × 3 rotation matrix, Ω, which is commonly parametrised using Euler angles or spherical polar angles… CONTINUE READING

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