Name: Vladyslav Shtabovenko (email_not_shown)
Date: 05/07/15-03:56:46 PM Z


Hi,

this seems to be another bug in OneLoop. For now one can use
OneLoopSimplify instead:

OneLoopSimplify[A.FAD[{p - l, m}] + B GAD[a], l]

Cheers,
Vladyslav

Am 15.07.2014 um 15:59 schrieb Kristopher J.Healey:
> If one tries :
>
> OneLoop[l, A FAD[{p - l, m}] ]
>
> OneLoop[l, B GAD[a]]
>
> OneLoop[l, A.FAD[{p - l, m}] + B GAD[a]]
>
> You notice that it properly evaluates
>
> OneLoop[l, B GAD[a]] = B GAD[a]
>
> but the last one
>
> OneLoop[l, A.FAD[{p - l, m}] + B GAD[a]]
>
> only gives the oneloop result of ONLY the A term.
>
> (FeynCalc 8.2.0 on Mathematica 7.0 for Linux x86 (32-bit))
>
> Is this intended? Or is there something going on, and does this mean I have to make sure that in a long combination of loop and non-loop diagrams I have to keep each order of loop diagram separate?
>
> Thanks!
> -KJH
>



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