Scalar and vector one-loop massive tadpole light-front gauge Feynman integrals

  title={Scalar and vector one-loop massive tadpole light-front gauge Feynman integrals},
  author={Alfredo Takashi Suzuki and Timothy Suzuki},
  journal={Physical Review D},
Light-front gauge is the most popular one to work with fundamental interactions, due to its characteristic maximum kinematical Poincare operators that it allows. However, it is also known to be one of the trickiest gauges one can work with for gauge theories, due to its singular nature. So, in terms of perturbative calculations in the light-front, there are only a few published and tabulated results for the pertinent Feynman integrals, mostly involving massless integrals. And the majority of… 

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