Recent results on assigned and unassigned distance geometry with applications to protein molecules and nanostructures
Simon J.L. Billinge, Phillip M. Duxbury, Douglas S. Gonçalves, Carlile Lavor, Antonio Mucherino

In the 2 years since our last 4OR review of distance geometry methods with applications to proteins and nanostructures, there has been rapid progress in treating uncertainties in the discretizable distance geometry problem; and a new class of geometry problems started to be explored, namely vector geometry problems. In this work we review this progress in the context of the earlier literature.