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Low-lying bands, labeled by a ‘‘bent’’ quantum number, vb , which counts the number of nodes in the vibrational wavefunction, have rotational levels that vary smoothly with k, which is the signed value of the a-axis rotational quantum number, Ka . However, bands with origins above the barrier show a smooth energy variation with k only for levels with common values of the ‘‘linear’’ vibrational quantum number vl ¼ 2vb þ jkj, where k is now identified with the bending angular momentum of a linear molecule, often denoted by l.
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However, the computation of the Coriolis terms involves communication between processor k and processors k Æ 1. In fact, processor k will send qð:; kÞ to each of its neighboring processors and will receive both qð:; k À 1Þ and qð:; k þ 1Þ from its neighbors. (Processor 0 24 evelyn m. goldfield and stephen k. ) This communication is accomplished through the use of MPI calls, which are given in the appendix of Ref. . One can see that if the cost of communication can be kept to a minimum, this simple model would require little more wall clock time than a J ¼ 0 calculation.
Advances in Chemical Physics (Volume 136) by Stuart A. Rice