FeynArts

FeynArts is a Mathematica package for the generation and visualization of Feynman diagrams and amplitudes. It started out in 1990 as a Macsyma code written by Hagen Eck and Sepp Küblbeck which could produce tree-level and one-loop diagrams in the Standard Model [Kü90], but soon got ported to the Mathematica platform. In 1995, Hagen Eck designed the second version to be a fully general diagram generator. To achieve this, he implemented some decisive new ideas [Eck95], the most important one being the generation of diagrams in three levels. The program was taken up again in 1998 by Thomas Hahn who developed version 2.2. The well-designed conceptual framework was kept, but the actual code was reprogrammed almost entirely to make it more efficient and a user-friendly topology editor was added. The current version 3 features a completely new rendering engine for PostScript and LATEX, together with full support of the Mathematica Frontend’s graphical capabilities. It is also no longer dependent on the X platform for topology editing. Computer algebra system (CAS).


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  1. A. Dedes, M. Paraskevas, J. Rosiek, K. Suxho, L. Trifyllis: SmeftFR - Feynman rules generator for the Standard Model Effective Field Theory (2019) arXiv
  2. Bitoun, Thomas; Bogner, Christian; Klausen, René Pascal; Panzer, Erik: Feynman integral relations from parametric annihilators (2019)
  3. Dekens, Wouter; Stoffer, Peter: Low-energy effective field theory below the electroweak scale: matching at one loop (2019)
  4. Sonmez, Nasuf: Pair production of the lightest chargino at (\gamma\gamma)-collider (2019)
  5. Bai, Dong; Xing, Yu-Hang: Higher derivative theories for interacting massless gravitons in Minkowski spacetime (2018)
  6. Brádler, Kamil: A novel approach to perturbative calculations for a large class of interacting boson theories (2018)
  7. Freitas, Ayres; Wiegand, Daniel: Renormalization and ultraviolet sensitivity of gauge vertices in universal extra dimensions (2018)
  8. Ilja Dorsner, Admir Greljo: Leptoquark toolbox for precision collider studies (2018) arXiv
  9. Summ, Benjamin; Voigt, Alexander: Extending the universal one-loop effective action by regularization scheme translating operators (2018)
  10. Berezhnoy, A. V.; Likhoded, A. K.; Onishchenko, A. I.; Poslavsky, S. V.: Next-to-leading order QCD corrections to paired (B_c) production in (e^+e^-) annihilation (2017)
  11. Cherchiglia, Adriano; Kneschke, Patrick; Stöckinger, Dominik; Stöckinger-Kim, Hyejung: The muon magnetic moment in the 2HDM: complete two-loop result (2017)
  12. Cyrol, Anton K.; Mitter, Mario; Strodthoff, Nils: FormTracer. A Mathematica tracing package using FORM (2017)
  13. DiFranzo, Anthony; Mohlabeng, Gopolang: Multi-component dark matter through a radiative Higgs portal (2017)
  14. Hahn, Thomas; Paßehr, Sebastian: Implementation of the (\mathcalO(\alpha_t^2)) MSSM Higgs-mass corrections in FeynHiggs (2017)
  15. Conkey, Peter; Dubovsky, Sergei: Four loop scattering in the Nambu-Goto theory (2016)
  16. Hahn, Thomas: Computer algebra in high-energy physics (invited talk) (2016)
  17. Ievgen Dubovyk, Janusz Gluza, Tord Riemann, Johann Usovitsch: Numerical integration of massive two-loop Mellin-Barnes integrals in Minkowskian regions (2016) arXiv
  18. Kulyabov, D. S.: Using two types of computer algebra systems to solve Maxwell optics problems (2016)
  19. Mastrolia, Pierpaolo; Primo, Amedeo; Schubert, Ulrich; Torres Bobadilla, William J.: Off-shell currents and color-kinematics duality (2016)
  20. Shtabovenko, Vladyslav; Mertig, Rolf; Orellana, Frederik: New developments in FeynCalc 9.0 (2016)

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