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|Manuscript Title: Massive non-planar two-loop four-point integrals with SecDec 2.1|
|Authors: Sophia Borowka, Gudrun Heinrich|
|Program title: SecDec 2.1|
|Catalogue identifier: AEIR_v2_1|
Distribution format: tar.gz
|Journal reference: Comput. Phys. Commun. 184(2013)2552|
|Programming language: Wolfram Mathematica, Perl, Fortran/C++.|
|Computer: From a single PC to a cluster, depending on the problem.|
|Operating system: Unix, Linux.|
|RAM: Depends on the complexity of the problem|
|Keywords: Perturbation theory, Feynman diagrams, Multi-loop, numerical integration, Top quark pair production.|
|PACS: 12.38.Bx, 02.60.Jh, 02.70.Wz.|
|Classification: 4.4, 5, 11.1.|
External routines: BASES , CUBA . The codes for both are included in the SecDec 2.1 distribution file.
Does the new version supersede the previous version?: Yes
Nature of problem:
Extraction of ultraviolet and infrared singularities from parametric integrals appearing in higher order perturbative calculations in gauge theories. Numerical integration in the presence of integrable singularities (e.g. kinematic thresholds in massive multi-loop integrals). Flexibility to treat non-standard user defined functions
Algebraic extraction of singularities in dimensional regularisation using iterated sector decomposition. This leads to a Laurent series in the dimensional regularisation parameter ε, where the coefficients are finite integrals over the unit-hypercube. Those integrals are evaluated numerically by Monte Carlo integration. The integrable singularities are handled by choosing a suitable integration contour in the complex plane, in an automated way.
Reasons for new version:
Several improvements and new features.
Summary of revisions:
Extended tensor integral option, flexibility to evaluate non-standard loop integral functions and to skip primary decomposition step, improvements in the user interface and the error treatment.
Depending on the complexity of the problem, limited by CPU time or memory.
Between a few minutes and several days, depending on the complexity of the problem.
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