Programs in Physics & Physical Chemistry
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|Manuscript Title: Feynman graph generation and calculations in the Hopf algebra of Feynman graphs|
|Authors: Michael Borinsky|
|Program title: feyngen, feyncop|
|Catalogue identifier: AEUB_v1_0|
Distribution format: tar.gz
|Journal reference: Comput. Phys. Commun. 185(2014)3317|
|Programming language: Python.|
|Operating system: Unix, GNU/Linux.|
|RAM: 64m bytes|
|Keywords: Quantum Field Theory, Feynman graphs, Feynman diagrams, Hopf algebra, Renormalization, BPHZ.|
|PACS: 11.10.Gh, 11.15.Bt.|
External routines: nauty , geng, multig (part of the nauty package)
Nature of problem:
Performing explicit calculations in quantum field theory Feynman graphs are indispensable. Infinities arising in the perturbative calculations make renormalization necessary. On a combinatorial level renormalization can be encoded using a Hopf algebra  whose coproduct incorporates the BPHZ procedure. Upcoming techniques initiated an interest in relatively large loop order Feynman diagrams which are not accessible by traditional tools.
Both programs use the established nauty package to ensure high performance graph generation at high loop orders. feyngen is capable of generating φk-theory, QED and Yang-Mills Feynman graphs and of filtering these graphs for the properties of connectedness, one-particle-irreducibleness, 2-vertex-connectivity and tadpole-freeness. It can handle graphs with fixed external legs as well as those without fixed external legs. feyncop uses basic graph theoretical algorithms to compute the coproduct of graphs encoding their Hopf algebra structure.
All 130516 1PI, φ4, 8-loop diagrams with four external legs can be generated, together with their symmetry factor, by feyngen within eight hours and all 342430 1PI, QED, vertex residue type, 6-loop diagrams can be generated in three days both on a standard end-user PC. feyncop can calculate the coproduct of all 2346 1PI, φ4, 8-loop diagrams with four external legs within ten minutes.
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