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Automated computation meets hot QCD

@article{Ghioiu2012AutomatedCM,
  title={Automated computation meets hot QCD},
  author={I. Ghişoiu and Y. Schroder},
  journal={arXiv: High Energy Physics - Phenomenology},
  year={2012}
}
We give a short review on recent progress in the field of automated calculations in finite-temperature field theory, where integration-by-parts techniques have proven (almost) as useful as in the zero-temperature case. Furthermore, we provide one concrete example of an evaluation of a new three-loop master sum-integral that exhibits maximal divergence. 
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