Nikitin E E 1999 Ann. Rev. Phys. Chem. 50 1  [c.82]

Nikitin E E 1965 Theor. Exp. Chem. 1 144 (Engi. Transi.)  [c.795]

Nikitin E E 1974 Theory of Elementary Atomic and Molecular Processes in Gases (Oxford Clarendon)  [c.1002]

Nikitin E E 1974 Theory of Elementary Atomic and Molecular Processes in Gases (Oxford Clarendon)  [c.1005]

Nikitin E E 1974 Theory of Eiementary Atomic and Moiecuiar Processes in Gases (Oxford Clarendon)  [c.1083]

Nikitin E E 1996 Atomic, Molecular and Optical Physics Handbook ed G W Drake (American Institute of Physics Press) ch 47  [c.2058]

E. E. Nikitin, J. Chem. Phys. 102, 6768 (1997).  [c.170]

C. Zhu, E. E. Nikitin, and H. Nakamura, J. Chem. Phys. 104, 7059 (1998).  [c.170]

Simple two-state hidden Markov model for the generation ofDNA sequences. State 1 generates AT-rich ces and state 1 generates GC-rich sequences according to the symbol emission probabilities. In addition, there nsition probabilities as indicated by the arrows. A sample hidden state sequence is shown together with an icd) symbol sequence together with the associated probabilities. (Figure redrawn from Eddy S R 1996. Hidden V Models. Current Opinion in Structural Biology 6 361-365).  [c.552]

E. E. Nikitin, Adv. Quantum Chem. 5, 135 (1970).  [c.172]

Nikitin E E 1974 Theory of Elementary Atomic and Molecular Processes In Gases (Qxford Ciarendon)  [c.797]

Nikitin [20, 21] for more elaborate models which include interference effects arising from the phases or eikonals associated with the incoming and outgoing legs of the trajectory.  [c.2053]

Nikitin E E and UmanskiT S Ya 1984 Theory of Slow Atomic Collisions (Ber ir Springer)  [c.2058]

E. E. Nikitin, in Chemische Elementarprozesse, H. Hartmann, ed., Springer-Verlag, Berlin, 1968, p. 43.  [c.216]

The simplest way to add a non-adiabatic correction to the classical BO dynamics method outlined above in Section n.B is to use what is known as surface hopping. First introduced on an intuitive basis by Bjerre and Nikitin [200] and Tully and Preston [201], a number of variations have been developed [202-205], and are reviewed in [28,206]. Reference [204] also includes technical details of practical algorithms. These methods all use standard classical trajectories that use the hopping procedure to sample the different states, and so add non-adiabatic effects. A different scheme was introduced by Miller and George [207] which, although based on the same ideas, uses complex coordinates and momenta.  [c.292]

E. E. Nikitin and L. Zulicke, Lecture Notes in Chemistry, Theory of Elementary Processes, Vol. 8, Springer-Verlag, Heidelberg, 1978.  [c.631]

These symbolic energy functions are i sed to select a set of preferred torsion angles for the rotatable bond under consideration (initial torsion angles) and all possible combinations of the initial torsion angles of all the rotors are generated. After a new conformation has been generated, each rotatable bond is gcomctiy-optimized by applying the empirical energy fi nction and is only accepted if no steric problems can be detected, (n addition, duplicate conformations are rejected.  [c.111]

Che two-centre repulsion integrals 7ab in MINDO/3 are calculated using the following niaction  [c.115]

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