Re: Random (was The NABT controversy)
David Campbell (email@example.com)
Mon, 2 Mar 1998 11:08:30 -0400
>Mathematical modeling by computer simulations are used in physics to study
>very simple systems--e.g. the existence of solid-liquid phase transitions in
>hard spheres (disks). Such models, albeit primitive, do illustrate
>fundamental features expected of real atoms, e.g. argon. Are the models you
>are indicating equally successful? I doubt it.
I'm not sure how to compare how successful they are. Any suggestions?