Recurrence quantification analysis as a tool for characterization of molecular dynamics simulations

  • Manetti C
  • Ceruso M
  • Giuliani A
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A molecular dynamics simulation of a Lennard-Jones fluid and a trajectory of the B1 immunoglobulin G-binding domain of streptococcal protein G ͑B1-IgG͒ simulated in water are analyzed by recurrence quanti-fication, which is noteworthy for its independence from stationarity constraints, as well as its ability to detect transients and both linear and nonlinear state changes. The results demonstrate the sensitivity of the technique for the discrimination of phase sensitive dynamics. The physical interpretation of the recurrence measures is also discussed. ͓S1063-651X͑99͒11201-7͔ PACS number͑s͒: 87.15.He, 02.70.Ns

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  • Cesare Manetti

  • Marc-Antoine Ceruso

  • Alessandro Giuliani

  • Charles Webber

  • Joseph Zbilut

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