We review the adaptive resolution scheme (AdResS) from a technical perspective and collect arguments from several years of research, which culminates into the implementation of AdResS into the open-source package ESPResSo. This flexible implementation allows us to repeat all previous AdResS simulations with one program. We test this reference implementation and resimulate some results of the well-studied tetrahedral fluid from various previous studies to show the functionality of the package

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  8. Praprotnik, Matej; Poblete, Simon; Kremer, Kurt: Statistical physics problems in adaptive resolution computer simulations of complex fluids (2011)
  9. Junghans, Christoph; Poblete, Simón: A reference implementation of the adaptive resolution scheme in ESPResSo (2010)
  10. Park, Jong Hyuk; Heyden, Andreas: Solving the equations of motion for mixed atomistic and coarse-grained systems (2009)

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