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$N^3LO$ calculations for $2 \to 2$ processes using Simplified Differential Equations

@inproceedings{Canko2021N3LOCF,
  title={\$N^3LO\$ calculations for \$2 \to 2\$ processes using Simplified Differential Equations},
  author={Dhimiter D. Canko and Federico Gasparotto and Luca Mattiazzi and Costas G. Papadopoulos and Nikolaos Syrrakos},
  year={2021}
}
We present the computation of the massless three-loop ladder-box family with one external off-shell leg using the Simplified Differential Equations (SDE) approach. We also discuss the methods we used for finding a canonical differential equation for the two tennis-court families with one off-shell leg, and the application of the SDE approach on these two families. 

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