epsilon: A tool to find a canonical basis of master integrals. In 2013, Henn proposed a special basis for a certain class of master integrals, which are expressible in terms of iterated integrals. In this basis, the master integrals obey a differential equation, where the right hand side is proportional to ϵ in d=4−2ϵ space-time dimensions. An algorithmic approach to find such a basis was found by Lee. We present the tool epsilon, an efficient implementation of Lee’s algorithm based on the Fermat computer algebra system as computational backend.
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- Mario Prausa: epsilon: A tool to find a canonical basis of master integrals (2017) arXiv
- Prausa, Mario: \textttepsilon: a tool to find a canonical basis of master integrals (2017)
- Zeng, Mao: Differential equations on unitarity cut surfaces (2017)