Quantum MHV Diagrams

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Brandhuber, Andreas; Travaglini, Gabriele;
(2006)

Over the past two years, the use of on-shell techniques has deepened our understanding of the S-matrix of gauge theories and led to the calculation of many new scattering amplitudes. In these notes we review a particular on-shell method developed recently, the quantum M... View more
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