Geometry for modeling biomolecules

H. Edelsbrunner, in:, Robotics: The Algorithmic Perspective, AK Peters, 1998, pp. 265–277.

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Space Filing diagrams are geometric models of molecular conformations in three-dimensional space. Each atom is a location is space and a quantitative expression of influence on the immediate surrounding. This paper surveys the basic types of space filling diagrams with a focus on the dual alpha shape. Properties of those diagrams that relate to questions of connectivity, size, shape and symmetry, and metamorphosis are discussed.
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1998-10-01
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Robotics: The Algorithmic Perspective
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265 - 277
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Edelsbrunner H. Geometry for modeling biomolecules. In: Robotics: The Algorithmic Perspective. AK Peters; 1998:265-277.
Edelsbrunner, H. (1998). Geometry for modeling biomolecules. In Robotics: The Algorithmic Perspective (pp. 265–277). AK Peters.
Edelsbrunner, Herbert. “Geometry for Modeling Biomolecules.” In Robotics: The Algorithmic Perspective, 265–77. AK Peters, 1998.
H. Edelsbrunner, “Geometry for modeling biomolecules,” in Robotics: The Algorithmic Perspective, AK Peters, 1998, pp. 265–277.
Edelsbrunner H. 1998. Geometry for modeling biomolecules. Robotics: The Algorithmic Perspective. 265–277.
Edelsbrunner, Herbert. “Geometry for Modeling Biomolecules.” Robotics: The Algorithmic Perspective, AK Peters, 1998, pp. 265–77.

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