From: Joseph Comfort (Joseph.Comfort@asu.edu)
Date: Thu Nov 02 2006 - 23:42:12 CET
Thank you for the suggestion. It worked. And I have a better
understanding of how to prepare geometries.
On another topic, the message about double precision that was sent out
by someone earlier rather irritated me, and I can't get over it. We
need to keep in mind that the data upon which the models are being built
are seldom (if ever) better than 1% or so, absolute. If a model can get
within a few percent (3-4 significant digits) of good data, it is doing
well. This is just a comment and I don't mean to get into arguments,
nor to lose any friendships.
-- Joseph Comfort Phone: (480)-965-6377 Department of Physics & Astronomy Dept.: (480)-965-3561 Arizona State University Fax: (480)-965-7954 Tempe, AZ 85287-1504 Email: Joseph.Comfort@asu.edu
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