xloops -- automated Feyman diagram calculation The program package xloops, a general, model independent tool for the calculation of high energy processes up to the two-loop level, is introduced. xloops calculates massive one- and two-loop Feynman diagrams in the standard model and related theories both analytically and numerically. A user-friendly Xwindows frontend is part of the package. xloops relies on the application of parallel space techniques. The treatment of tensor structure and the separation of divergences in analytic expressions is described in this scheme. All analytic calculations are performed with Maple. We describe the mathematical methods and computer algebra techniques xloops uses and give a brief introduction how to use the program.
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References in zbMATH (referenced in 6 articles , 1 standard article )
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- Beloussov, Igor V.: Another formulation of the Wick’s theorem. Farewell, pairing? (2015)
- Groote, S.; Knodel, M.M.: Evaluating massive planar two-loop tensor vertex integrals (2006)
- Bauer, C.; Do, H.S.: One-loop integrals with XLOOPS-giNaC (2002)
- Bauer, Christian; Frink, Alexander; Kreckel, Richard: Introduction to the GiNaC framework for symbolic computation within the $\textC^++$ programming language (2002)
- Brücher, L.; Franzkowski, J.; Kreimer, D.: \itxloops -- automated Feyman diagram calculation (1998)
- Kreckel, Richard: Parallelization of adaptive MC integrators (1997)
Further publications can be found at: http://wwwthep.physik.uni-mainz.de/~xloops/Publications.html