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ABMD stands for Adaptively Biased Molecular Dynamics

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We discuss an adaptively biased molecular dynamics (ABMD) method for the computation of a free energy surface for a set of reaction coordinates. The ABMD method belongs to the general category of umbrella sampling methods with an evolving biasing potential. It is characterized by a small number of control parameters and an O(t) numerical cost with simulation time t. The method naturally allows for extensions based on multiple walkers and replica exchange mechanism.
We present an adaptively biased molecular dynamics (ABMD) method for the computation of the free energysurface of a reaction coordinate using nonequilibrium dynamics. The ABMD method belongs to the general category of umbrella sampling methods with an evolving biasing potential and is inspired by the metadynamics method. The ABMD method has several useful features, including a small number of control parameters and an numerical cost with molecular dynamics time.
We present an adaptively biased molecular dynamics (ABMD) method for the computation of the free energy surface of a reaction coordinate using nonequilibrium dynamics. The ABMD method belongs to the general category of umbrella sampling methods with an evolving biasing potential and is inspired by the metadynamics method. The ABMD method has several useful features, including a small number of control parameters and an O(t) numerical cost with molecular dynamics time t.
It was first suggested by Laio and Parrinello in 2002[1] and is usually applied within molecular dynamics simulations. It closely resembles a number of recent methods such as adaptively biased molecular dynamics,[2] adaptive reaction coordinate forces[3] and local elevation umbrella sampling. [4] More recently, both the standard and well-tempered metadynamics were derived in the context of importance sampling and shown to be a special case of the adaptive biasing potential setting.