On the equivalence between implicit regularization and constrained differential renormalization

@article{Pontes2007OnTE,
  title={On the equivalence between implicit regularization and constrained differential renormalization},
  author={Carlos R. Pontes and A. P. Ba{\^e}ta Scarpelli and Marcos Sampaio and Jos{\'e} L. Acebal and Maria Carolina Nemes},
  journal={The European Physical Journal C},
  year={2007},
  volume={53},
  pages={121-131}
}
Constrained differential renormalization (CDR) and the constrained version of implicit regularization are two regularization independent techniques that do not rely on dimensional continuation of the space-time. These two methods, which have rather distinct bases, have been successfully applied to several calculations, which show that they can be trusted as practical, symmetry invariant frameworks (gauge and supersymmetry included) in perturbative computations even beyond one-loop order. In… 

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