Welberry, Thomas; Chan, Eric; Goossens, Darren; Heerdegen, Aidan
With the development of computer simulation methods there is, for the first time, the possibility of having a single general method that can be used for any diffuse scattering problem in any type of system. As computers get ever faster it is expected that current methods will become increasingly powerful and applicable to a wider and wider range of problems and materials and provide results in increasingly fine detail. In this article we discuss two contrasting recent examples. The first is...[Show more]
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