Intrabasepair parameters
According to the IUPACIUB convention, the spatial arrangement of one base with respect to each other in a pair can be quantitatively defined with the help of three rotational and three translational intrabasepair parameters  Buckle, Openangle, Propeller, Stagger, Shear and Stretch [See figure].
Among these six parameters, shear, stretch and openangle relate directly to the hydrogen bonding pattern and proximity, while buckle, propeller and stagger describe the overall nonplanarity of a basepair compared to the ideal coplanar geometry.
Short description of the parameters:

Buckle: Indicates the amount of Cusp formation.
Buckle (κ) = −2sin^{1}(Z_{m} . Y_{1})

Open angle: Indicates the angle between the two bases on the basepair plane.
Openangle (σ) = −2sin^{1}(Z_{m} . X_{1})

Propeller: Indicates the twisting motion of the two bases about the basepair long axis.
Propeller (π) = cos^{1}((X_{1} x Z_{m}) . (X_{2} x Z_{m}))

Stagger: Indicates outofplane motion of one base with respect to the other.
Stagger (S_{x}) = −Y_{m} x M

Shear: Indicates sliding of one base with respect to the other in basepair plane.
Stagger (S_{y}) = X_{m} . M

Stretch: Indicates separation of the two bases relating to the hydrogenbonding distance.
Stagger (S_{z}) = Z_{m} . M
The axis systems (X_{1},Y_{1},Z_{1}) and (X_{2},Y_{2},Z_{2}) of the bases are determined based on their corresponding hydrogenboding edges within a specific basepairing pattern. (X_{m},Y_{m},Z_{m}) defines the mean axis system and M is a vector passing through the pivot points of the two bases of a basepair.
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 Mukherjee, S., Bansal, M. and Bhattacharyya, D. (2006), J Comput Aided Mol Des, 20, 629.
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