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Introduction to Feynman Integrals

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Introduction to Feynman Integrals
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Publisher: arXiv
Number of pages: 43

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An introduction to Feynman integrals. In the first part of the course I review the basics of the perturbative expansion in quantum field theories. In the second part of the course I will discuss more advanced topics: Mathematical aspects of loop integrals related to periods, shuffle algebras and multiple polylogarithms are covered as well as practical algorithms for evaluating Feynman integrals.

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