Temperature replica exchange

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Introduction

Temperature replica exchange molecular dynamics (T-REM), also known as parallel tempering, is an enhanced sampling method that works by simulating replicas of a system at a range of different temperatures and periodically exchanging between them, as is shown in the figure below.

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The generalized ensemble

Exchange criteria

Other types of replica exchange