Low energy expansion of the four-particle genus-one amplitude in type II superstring theory

@inproceedings{Green2008LowEE,
  title={Low energy expansion of the four-particle genus-one amplitude in type II superstring theory},
  author={Michael Brian Green and Jorge G. Russo and Pierre Vanhove},
  year={2008}
}
A diagrammatic expansion of coefficients in the low-momentum expansion of the genus-one four-particle amplitude in type II superstring theory is developed. This is applied to determine coefficients up to order s6?R4 (where s is a Mandelstam invariant and R the linearized super-curvature), and partial results are obtained beyond that order. This involves integrating powers of the scalar propagator on a toroidal world-sheet, as well as integrating over the modulus of the torus. At any given order… CONTINUE READING

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