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$\texttt{RGE++}:$ A $\texttt{C++}$ library to solve renormalisation group equations in quantum field theory

@inproceedings{Deppisch2020textttRGEA,
  title={\$\texttt\{RGE++\}:\$ A \$\texttt\{C++\}\$ library to solve renormalisation group equations in quantum field theory},
  author={Thomas Deppisch and Florian Herren},
  year={2020}
}
In recent years three-, fourand five-loop beta functions have been computed for various phenomenologically interesting models. However, most of these results have not been implemented in easy to use software packages. RGE++ bridges this gap by providing a flexible, template-based, C++ library to solve renormalisation group equations. Furthermore, we implement the available beta functions for the Standard Model, the minimal supersymmetric extension of the Standard Model and two-Higgs-doublet… Expand
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