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The unitarity method using a canonical basis approach / David Dunbar, Warren Perkins, Edmund Warrick

Journal of High Energy Physics, Volume: 2009, Issue: 06, Pages: 056 - 056

Swansea University Authors: David Dunbar, Warren Perkins

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Various implementations of the Unitarity method have been developed to compute one-loop amplitudes in gauge theories. In this paper we present an implementation which uses canonical forms to generate the rational coefficients of the basis integral functions. As an example, we present the results for...

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ISSN: 1029-8479
Published: 2009
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description Various implementations of the Unitarity method have been developed to compute one-loop amplitudes in gauge theories. In this paper we present an implementation which uses canonical forms to generate the rational coefficients of the basis integral functions. As an example, we present the results for the N=1 contribution to seven gluon scattering in closed, rational, analytic form.
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