Article ID: 449 - Last Modified: May 10, 2011
Is it possible to define an ASL where you can superimpose A-->B and C-->D?
Unfortunately, there is no easy way to force such a
"surgical" superposition as A-->B and C-->D at the same time. When you define ASL or SMARTS for superposition, all of the atoms will be considered for alignment.
One thing you could try is perhaps do it in several steps: first align C-->D with ASL "(atom.ele.C) OR (atom.ele D)" and then do the same for A-->B.
The only way to enforce (A-->B AND C--> D) alignments is to define atom pairs explicitly.
Keywords: ASL , superposition, atom specification language, Maestro
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