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Re: About the software!

From: Frederic Yves Bois
Subject: Re: About the software!
Date: Tue, 25 Jun 2002 21:21:21 +0200

Dear Sir,

I was already asked this question a while ago by someone in the US... But I 
don't know what they were able to do with our software. I also 
know that the Pasteur Institute in France has installed it on its
computing network. Unfortunately I know nothing about the mathematical models 
you are using. In theory, with MCSim, you should be able to do Monte Carlo 
simulations on the parameters of any system of algebraic and/or ordinary 
differential equations (numerical integration is performed as needed).
You may be able to get specific help on this question by posting a query to
address@hidden and browsing the existing help archive (see 
The Molecular Graphics and Modelling Network ( 
also lists MCSim as a useful ressource. You may get help from them.
Don't hesitate to contact me if I can be of further help.

Frederic Y. Bois

> "Tupe, R.R. (CT)" wrote:
> Respected sir,
> I would like to know about your software package in detail. I would like to
> develop a model for molecular weight distribution for polymeric material by
> using stochastic simulation such as Monte-Carlo concept. For this purpose I am
> in search of a good softwate program in which I can construct a Monte-Carlo
> model to simulate molecular weight distribution.
> Please let me know in this regards,
> With kind regards,
> Yours sincerely,
> Ravindra R. Tupe
> IPP/CT, University of Twente,
> P.O.Box.217, 7500 AE, Enschede,
> The Netherlands.
> Tel.No.:  +31 53 489 2406
> Fax No.: +31 53 489 4738
> Mobile:   +31   6 473 56 226

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