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Recent Faculty Publications

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Elements of Computational Science and Engineering Education,
O. Yasar and R. Landau, SIAM Review, 45(4), pp. 767-805, 2003.

The Computational Science Major at SUNY Brockport,
L. J. Little, FGCS, 19(8), pp. 1285-1292, 2003.

Feature Article: Normal coordinate analysis for polymer systems: capabilities and new opportunities,
R. E. Tuzun, D. W. Noid, B. G. Sumpter, C. Yang, Macromolecular Theory and Simulations 11, 711-728 (2002).

Analysis of eigenvalues and eigenvectors of polymer particles: random normal modes,
K. Fukui, B. G. Sumpter, D. W. Noid, C. Yang, R. E. Tuzun, Computational and Theoretical Polymer Science 11, 191-196 (2001).

Large-scale normal coordinate analysis of macromolecular systems: thermal properties of polymer particles and crystals,
K. Fukui, B. G. Sumpter, C. Yang, D. W. Noid, R. E. Tuzun, Journal of Physical Chemistry B 104, 526-531 (2000).

Spectral analysis for macromolecular systems: chain length effects in polymer particles,
K. Fukui, B. G. Sumpter, D. W. Noid, C. Yang, R. E. Tuzun, Journal of Polymer Science: Polymer Physics 38, 1812-1823 (2000).

Computation of internal coordinates, derivatives, and gradient expressions: torsion and improper torsion,
R. E. Tuzun, D. W. Noid, B. G. Sumpter, Journal of Computational Chemistry 21, 553-561 (2000).

Time averaged normal coordinate analysis of polymer particles and crystals,
D. W. Noid, K. Fukui, B. G. Sumpter, C. Yang, R. E. Tuzun, Chemical Physics Letters 316, 285-296 (2000).

Accurate computation of individual and tables of 3-j and 6-j symbols,
R. E. Tuzun, P. Burkhardt, D. Secrest, Computer Physics Communications 112, 112-148 (1998).

Treatment of multi-body interactions in molecular simulations of systems with general bond networks,
R. E. Tuzun, D. W. Noid, B. G. Sumpter, Journal of Computational Chemistry 18, 1513-1522 (1997).

Efficient treatment of out-of-plane bend and improper torsion interactions in MM2, MM3, and MM4 molecular mechanics calculations,
R. E. Tuzun, D. W. Noid, B. G. Sumpter, Journal of Computational Chemistry 18, 1804-1811 (1997).

A Computational Model of FGF-2 Binding and HSPG Regulation Under Flow,
W. Shen, C. Zhang, M. Fannon, K. Forsten-Williams, J. Zhang, IEEE Transactions on Biomedical Engineering, to appear.

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