TCM - summary
Thanks to all that responded to my query. It appears that Tetrahedron
Computer Methodology (TCM) no longer exists. A note appeared in this
bulletin board about this (on May 4-th), which I somehow missed. For those
interested a copy of the note follows (courtesy of Malcolm Cline at Tripos)
and an address to contact for back issues follows the note.
After completion of Volume 3, Tetrahedron Computer Methodology ceases
publication. TCM-Online, the electronic on-line component also ceases and
the on-line material (tables of contents) will be removed from the
fileserver. The TCM BBS is now off-line.
I want to thank the authors, libraries, and individual subscribers
that supported TCM in words, disks, and actions. The idea behind TCM
was that by publishing disks as well as paper, computer chemists could
publish real experimentals that would bring reproducibility to the field.
TCM published source code, executable code, data files, sample transcripts
of computations, molecular structure files, and molecular animations, and
actual document files on disk. It is now a collectors item. Back issues
I am curious to hear from subscribers your own analysis of what
you found most interesting, what could be eliminated, etc.. I will
appreciate such comments sent to wipke - at - secs.ucsc.edu.
Anyone interested in obtaining back issues should contact
Pergamon Press directly, not me.
The address for back issues is:
"Pergamon Press, Inc., Fairview Park, Elmsford, New York, 10523 USA"
Thanks to all again,