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Generating Feynman diagrams and amplitudes with FeynArts 3. (English) Zbl 0994.81082
Summary: This paper describes the Mathematica package FeynArts used for the generation and visualization of Feynman diagrams and amplitudes. The main features of version 3 are: generation of diagrams in three levels, user-definable model files, support for supersymmetric models, and publication-quality Feynman diagrams in PostScript or LATEX.

MSC:
81T18 Feynman diagrams
81-08 Computational methods for problems pertaining to quantum theory
81T15 Perturbative methods of renormalization applied to problems in quantum field theory
81T60 Supersymmetric field theories in quantum mechanics
81U05 \(2\)-body potential quantum scattering theory
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