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Integration-by-parts reductions from algebraic geometry

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Integration-by-parts (IBP) reductions form the very core of computations of multi-loop scattering amplitudes in QCD and the electroweak theory, which are crucial for precision LHC physics. In this talk I discuss a new and highly efficient approach for generating the IBP reductions. The approach makes use of ideas from modern unitarity and from algebraic geometry, which I will explain. I then demonstrate the power of the approach by performing fully analytically IBP reductions relevant for two-loop five-gluon scattering in QCD which are well beyond the capabilities of publicly available IBP solvers.

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This talk is part of the HEP phenomenology joint Cavendish-DAMTP seminar series.

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