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Scattering Amplitude Techniques in Classical Gauge Theories and Gravity

@inproceedings{Bautista2022ScatteringAT,
  title={Scattering Amplitude Techniques in Classical Gauge Theories and Gravity},
  author={Yilber Fabian Bautista},
  year={2022}
}
In this thesis we present a study of the computation of classical observables in gauge theories and gravity directly from scattering amplitudes. In particular, we discuss the direct application of modern amplitude techniques in the one, and two-body problems for both, scattering and bounded scenarios, and in both, classical electrodynamics and gravity, with particular emphasis on spin effects in general, and in four spacetime dimensions. Among these observables we have the conservative linear… 

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