The anomalous magnetic moment of the muon in the Standard Model

@article{Aoyama2020TheAM,
  title={The anomalous magnetic moment of the muon in the Standard Model},
  author={Tatsumi Aoyama and N. Asmussen and Maurice Benayoun and Johan Bijnens and Thomas Blum and M. D’Agostino Bruno and I. Caprini and Carlo M. Carloni Calame and Marco C{\`e} and G Colangelo and Francesca Curciarello and Henryk Czy.z and Igor V. Danilkin and M. Davier and Christine T. H. Davies and Michele Della Morte and Semen Eidelman and A.X. El-Khadra and Antoine G'erardin and D. Giusti and Maarten Golterman and Steven A. Gottlieb and Vera G{\"u}lpers and F. Hagelstein and Masashi Hayakawa and Gregorio Herdo'iza and D. W. Hertzog and Andreas Hoecker and Martin Hoferichter and Bai-Long Hoid and R. J. Hudspith and Fedor Ignatov and Taku Izubuchi and Fred Jegerlehner and L. Jin and Alexander Keshavarzi and Toichiro Kinoshita and Bastian Kubis and A. S. Kupich and A. Kup's'c and L. Laub and Christoph Lehner and L Lellouch and I. Logashenko and Bogdan Malaescu and Kim Maltman and Marina Krstic Marinkovic and Pere Masjuan and Aaron S. Meyer and Harvey B. Meyer and Tsutomu Mibe and K. Miura and Stefan E. M{\"u}ller and M. Nio and Daisuke Nomura and Andreas Dr. Nyffeler and Vladimir Pascalutsa and Massimo Passera and Elena Perez del Rio and Santiago Peris and Antonin Portelli and Massimiliano Procura and Christoph Florian Redmer and B. L. Roberts and Pablo Sanchez-Puertas and Sergey Serednyakov and Boris A. Shwartz and Silvano Simula and Dominik St{\"o}ckinger and Hyejung St{\"o}ckinger-Kim and P. Stoffer and Thomas Teubner and Ruth S. Van de Water and Marc Vanderhaeghen and G. Venanzoni and Georg von Hippel and H. Wittig and Z. Zhang and Mikhail N Achasov and Adnan Bashir and Nuno Cardoso and Bipasha Chakraborty and En-Hung Chao and J{\'e}r{\^o}me Charles and Andreas Crivellin and Oleksandra Deineka and A. G. Denig and Carleton DeTar and Cesareo A. Dominguez and Alexander E. Dorokhov and V. P. Druzhinin and Gernot Eichmann and Matteo Fael and Christian S. Fischer and Elvira G'amiz and Zechariah Gelzer and J.R. Green and Sa{\"i}da Guellati-Kh{\'e}lifa and D. Hatton and Nils Hermansson-Truedsson and S. Holz and Ben H{\"o}rz and Marc Knecht and Jonna Koponen and Andreas S. Kronfeld and J. W. Laiho and Stefan Leupold and P. Mackenzie and William J. Marciano and Craig McNeile and D. Mohler and J. Monnard and Ethan T. Neil and A. V. Nesterenko and Konstantin Ottnad and Vladyslav Pauk and Andrey Radzhabov and Eduardo de Rafael and Kh{\'e}pani Raya and Andreas Risch and Antonio Rodr'iguez-S'anchez and Pablo Roig and T. San Jos{\'e} and Evgeniy Solodov and Robert L. Sugar and K.Yu. Todyshev and A. Vainshtein and A. Vaquero Avil{\'e}s-Casco and Esther Weil and Jonas Wilhelm and R. Williams and A. S. Zhevlakov},
  journal={Physics Reports},
  year={2020}
}

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