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The value used in the calculations is associated with the weight in the probability density function (weight times an additional weight of for the volume). From Eq. (3), this is express in general as
In this program, choices for should range between , where reasonable values are probably somewhere in the middle and for Flory theory, the default is . I originally defined in terms of the Gaussian functions. Now the equations look more appealing, but the meaning of as a self avoiding weight is somewhat a matter of question. In the McKenzie-Moore-Domb-Fisher model, can be any value and their parameter has some appeal because it is simply the additional contribution of the distribution function to the Gaussian situation. The relationship between and is as follows: or .