[gmx-users] limitations in the umbrella sampling
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Wed Mar 7 16:08:19 CET 2007
>From: Seungho Choe <choesh at umich.edu>
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>To: gmx-users at gromacs.org
>Subject: [gmx-users] limitations in the umbrella sampling
>Date: Tue, 06 Mar 2007 17:33:38 -0500
>In the manual, it says :
>If a group contains part of a molecule of which the bondlengths are
>constrained, the results may be unreliable.
>I'm a little confused.
>Let's think of the following two cases (A: the reference group, B: a group
>which will be pulled) :
>1) A(partially constrained) + B (no constraints)
>2) A(no constraints) + B(partially constrained)
>Does it mean that both pmf calculations are not reliable ? Should I use the
>free energy code for both cases ?
>Any comments would be appreciated.
If you read the manual more carefully you can see that this
restriction only applies to constraint pulling, not umbrella pulling.
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