The corolla polynomial: a graph polynomial on half-edges
October 02, 2018
The study of Feynman rules is much facilitated by the two Symanzik polynomials, homogeneous polynomials based on edge variables for a given Feynman graph. We review here the role of a
recently discovered third graph polynomial based on half-edges which facilitates the transition from scalar to gauge theory amplitudes: the corolla polynomial. We review in particular the use of graph homology in the construction of this polynomial.
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