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PART I - Theory
Universal rigidity of bar frameworks in general position: a Euclidean distance matrix approach,
by Abdo Y. Alfakih.
Mixed volume and distance geometry techniques for counting Euclidean embeddings of rigid graphs,
by Ioannis Z. Emiris, Elias P. Tsigaridas, Antonios Varvitsiotis.
The discretizable molecular distance geometry problem seems easier on proteins,
by Leo Liberti, Carlile Lavor, Antonio Mucherino.
Spheres unions and intersections and some of their applications in molecular modeling,
by Michel Petitjean.
Is the Distance Geometry Problem in NP?,
by Nathanael Beeker, Stéphane Gaubert, Christian Glusa, Leo Liberti.
Solving spatial constraints with generalized distance geometry,
by Lu Yang.
A topological interpretation of the walk distances,
by Pavel Chebotarev, Michel Deza.
PART II - Methods
Distance geometry methods for protein structure determination,
by Zachary Voller, Zhijun Wu.
Solving the discretizable molecular distance geometry problem by multiple realization trees,
by Pedro Nucci, Loana Tito Nogueira, Carlile Lavor.
ASAP - An eigenvector synchronization algorithm for the graph realization problem,
by Mihai Cucuringu.
Global optimization for atomic cluster distance geometry problems,
by Marco Locatelli, Fabio Schoen
Solving molecular distance geometry problems using a continuous optimization approach,
by Rodrigo S. Lima and J.M. Martínez.
DC programming approaches for distance geometry problems,
by Hoai An Le Thi, Tao Pham Dinh.
Stochastic proximity embedding (SPE): a simple, fast and scalable algorithm for solving the Distance Geometry Problem,
by Dimitris K. Agrafiotis, Deepak Bandyopadhyay, Eric Yang.
PART III - Applications to Protein Conformations
Distance geometry for realistic molecular conformations,
by Gordon M. Crippen.
Distance geometry in structural biology: new perspectives,
by Thérèse E. Malliavin, Antonio Mucherino, Michael Nilges.
Using a distributed SDP approach to solve simulated protein molecular conformation problems,
by Xingyuan Fang, Kim-Chuan Toh.
An overview on protein structure determination by NMR. Historical and future perspectives of the use of distance geometry methods,
by Fabio C.L. Almeida, Adolfo H. Moraes, Francisco Gomes-Neto.