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accepted Treating the spinors as Grassmann numbers or as c-number objects
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comment Treating the spinors as Grassmann numbers or as c-number objects
a nice answer, thank you :-)
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accepted Scalar products in the spinor helicity formalism
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revised Scalar products in the spinor helicity formalism
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comment Scalar products in the spinor helicity formalism
@DavidZ Yes. Why there is a factor of 2 difference and whether they use a different summation convention or not
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accepted What are Maximally Helicity Violating (MHV) Amplitudes?
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comment What are Maximally Helicity Violating (MHV) Amplitudes?
Yes. Thank you for your help.
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comment What are Maximally Helicity Violating (MHV) Amplitudes?
So, for MHV amplitudes, we have $ \sum_{i=1}^n h_i = \pm (n-2) $. This is the maximum violation of helicity such that the tree amplitudes do not vanish.
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revised Textbooks on algorithms for the perturbative calculation of High energy physics
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asked Textbooks on algorithms for the perturbative calculation of High energy physics
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comment Graph Theory and Feynman Integrals
Thanks a lot. I will check that.
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asked Graph Theory and Feynman Integrals