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Beyond unitarity: new on-shell representations for loop amplitudes

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It has been very fruitful to learn to rephrase loop computations, in quantum field theory, in terms of meaningful tree-level building blocks. In this talk I present a novel representation that combines the best from the Feynman tree theorem and modern unitarity-based approaches. It exists to all loop orders, is fully constructive, involves only on-shell trees, and is explicitly ghost-free. This comes at the cost of slightly unfamiliar linear propagators, but which can be termwise integrated using standard techniques. Based on 1509.02169.

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