RE: summary: "easy" literature on modelling of bio-molecules?



I would like to add the volumes of "Encylo. of Computational
 Chemistry"
 edited by Schleyer et al. if you might wish a more authentic description.
 Giju kalathingal
 Department of General Chemistry (ALGC)
 Vrije Universiteit Brussel
 Pleinlaan 2, 1050 Brussels, Belgium.
 E-mail:Giju.Kalathingal~at~vub.ac.be
 > -----Original Message-----
 > From: Computational Chemistry List [mailto:chemistry-request~at~ccl.net]On
 > Behalf Of H. Georg Schreckenbach
 > Sent: vrijdag 23 januari 2004 18:55
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 > Subject: CCL:summary: "easy" literature on modelling of
 bio-molecules?
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 >
 > Here is, as promised, my summary. Many thanx to all who replied!
 >
 > Best regards, Georg
 >
 >
 >
 > From:   	Alan Grossfield <alan~at~dasher.wustl.edu>
 >
 > One good possibility would be "Molecular modellling: principles and
 > applications", by Andrew Leach.  The second edition came out in 2001,
 > and it covers most areas of molecular modelling, including ab initio
 > calculations, molecular mechanics, molecular dynamics and monte carlo, a
 > smattering of advanced techniques, and some informatics type stuff.
 >
 > ----
 > This book was also recommended by a number of other people. I
 > don't copy all of
 > these replies here. GS.
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 >
 > From:   	Kenny Lipkowitz <kenny.lipkowitz~at~ndsu.nodak.edu>
 >
 > A book series I co-edit has a lot of tutorials and reviews on various
 > aspects of computational chemistry beyond what one might find in
 > traditional books onmolecular modeling. The series is called Reviews in
 > Computational Chemistry, published by Wiley and has about 20 volumes now.
 >
 > From:   	Wayne Steinmetz <WES04747~at~pomona.edu>
 >
 > I developed a large library in preparation for a course in molecular
 > modeling.  Here are two texts:
 > a) A. R. Leach, Molecular Modelling, 2nd. ed. ,Prentice-Hall,2001, ISBN
 > 0-582-38210-6.
 > This was the text for the course.  It provides the best overall
 > coverage of
 > the field.
 > b) T. Schlick, Molecular Modeling and Simulation, Springer, 2000. ISBN
 > 0-387-95404-X.  Schlick takes an unusual multidisciplinary approach and
 > combines insights from molecular biology, biophysics, and mathematics.
 >
 > From:   	Aldo Jongejan <jongejan~at~few.vu.nl>
 >
 > Just some books I thought of:
 >
 > Allen & Tildesley - Computer Silmulation of Liquids (Fortran code)
 >         Oxford University Press (Clarendon Press) ISBN 0-19-855375-7
 >         ISBN 0-19-855645-4 (pbk)
 >
 > D. Rappaport - The Art of Molecular Dynamics (C code)
 >
 > Daan Frenkel & Berend Smit - Understanding Molecular Simulation
 >        ISBN: 0122673514
 >
 > Andrew Leach - Molecular Modelling, Principles and Appications (no
 > programming, but general introduction to modelling)
 >
 > From:   	"Michael A. Wilson" <mwilson~at~mail.arc.nasa.gov>
 >
 > I think what he is trying to do is a monumentally difficult task, if only
 > becuase there are so many different aspects to consider. One question, of
 > course, is what does he hope to accomplish? Does he think that no
 > CS types have
 > thought about and contributed to the development of existing
 > modeling codes? Or
 > that computational chemistry, physics and biology are not
 > informed by recent
 > advances in computer science?
 >
 > Having said that, I guess some of the standard texts on modeling,
 > such as "Allen
 > and Tildesley" or "Hockney and Eastwood" would be a good
 place to start.
 >
 >
 > --
 > Dr. H. Georg Schreckenbach
 > Department of Chemistry, University of Manitoba
 > Winnipeg, MB, R3T 2N2, Canada
 > phone: (+204) 474-6261
 > FAX: (+204) 474-7608
 > http://home.cc.umanitoba.ca/~schrecke/
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