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Thus each processor will have the same total number of angular basis functions and perform roughly the same amount of work. Another approach successfully used in a study of the H þ O2 [49, 52] reaction is to wrap the problem as in the odd parity case, starting with processor 1. Processor 0 would then have less work to do than the other processors. Additional work is assigned to this processor, such as all the input/output and tasks related to an ongoing analysis of the wave packet. quantum dynamics of chemical reactions 27 Figure 4.