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Vector Spaces of Generalized Euler Integrals

@inproceedings{Agostini2022VectorSO,
  title={Vector Spaces of Generalized Euler Integrals},
  author={Daniele Agostini and Claudia Fevola and Anna-Laura Sattelberger and Simon Telen},
  year={2022}
}
We study vector spaces associated to a family of generalized Euler integrals. Their dimension is given by the Euler characteristic of a very affine variety. Motivated by Feynman integrals from particle physics, this has been investigated using tools from homological algebra and the theory of D -modules. We present an overview and uncover new relations between these approaches. We also provide new algorithmic tools. 

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