Highly Influenced

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- Published 1993

Recent progress in the computation of one-loop gluon amplitudes is reviewed. These methods were originally derived from superstring theory and are significantly more efficient than conventional Feynman rules. With these methods, explicit computations can be performed beyond those achieved by traditional methods. ∗ Lectures presented at the Theoretical Advanced Summer Institute (TASI) 1992, Boulder, CO.

@inproceedings{Bern1993STRINGB,
title={STRING - BASED PERTURBATIVE METHODS FOR GAUGE THEORIES Zvi},
author={Z. Bern},
year={1993}
}