Name: Vladyslav Shtabovenko (email_not_shown)
Date: 06/22/17-12:02:05 PM Z


I'm actually not so sure if

$Ranklimit={2,10}

is supported in the code of Tarcer.

May be Rolf could comment on that?

Cheers,
Vladyslav

Am 22.06.2017 um 10:30 schrieb Philipp Schicho:
> I was trying to generate the Tarcer .mx file with the Ranklimit of {2,10} as I have a few appearences of
>
> TFI[D, SPD[q, q], {0, 0, 6, 4, 0}, {{5, mG}, {3, mG}, {0, 0}, {0, 0}, {0, 0}}]
> TFI[D, SPD[q, q], {0, 0, 6, 4, 0}, {{5, mG}, {4, mG}, {0, 0}, {0, 0}, {0, 0}}]
> TFI[D, SPD[q, q], {0, 0, 6, 4, 0}, {{6, mG}, {3, mG}, {0, 0}, {0, 0}, {0, 0}}]
> TFI[D, SPD[q, q], {0, 0, 6, 4, 0}, {{6, mG}, {4, mG}, {0, 0}, {0, 0}, {0, 0}}]
>
>
> However during the generation there seems to appear an error telling me that for certain TFIs I have protected values in the recursion:
>
> Set::write: Tag Equal in Subsuperscript[F, {Subscript[\[Nu], 1],Subscript[m, 1]}{Subscript[\[Nu], 2],Subscript[m, 2]}{Subscript[\[Nu], 3],Subscript[m, 3]}{Subscript[\[Nu], 4],Subscript[m, 4]}{Subscript[\[Nu], 5],Subscript[m, 5]}, (d) 000100]==945/32 Subscript[\[Nu], 5] (1+Subscript[\[Nu], 5]) (2+Subscript[\[Nu], 5]) (3+Subscript[\[Nu], 5]) (4+Subscript[\[Nu], 5]) (p^2)^5 Subsuperscript[F, {Subscript[\[Nu], 1],Subscript[m, 1]}{Subscript[\[Nu], 2],Subscript[m, 2]}{Subscript[\[Nu], 3],Subscript[m, 3]}{Subscript[\[Nu], 4],Subscript[m, 4]}{5+Subscript[\[Nu], 5],Subscript[m, 5]}, (10+d)]+4725/32 Subscript[\[Nu], 3] Subscript[\[Nu], 5] (1+Subscript[\[Nu], 5]) (2+Subscript[\[Nu], 5]) (3+Subscript[\[Nu], 5]) (p^2)^5 Subsuperscript[F, {Subscript[\[Nu], 1],Subscript[m, 1]}{Subscript[\[Nu], 2],Subscript[m, 2]}{1+Subscript[\[Nu], 3],Subscript[m, 3]}{Subscript[\[Nu], 4],Subscript[m, 4]}{4+Subscript[\[Nu], 5],Subscript[m, 5]}, (10+d)]+<<48>>+<<811>> is Protected.
>
> Set::write: Tag Equal in Subsuperscript[F, {Subscript[\[Nu], 1],Subscript[m, 1]}{Subscript[\[Nu], 2],Subscript[m, 2]}{Subscript[\[Nu], 3],Subscript[m, 3]}{Subscript[\[Nu], 4],Subscript[m, 4]}{Subscript[\[Nu], 5],Subscript[m, 5]}, (d) 000100]==945/32 Subscript[\[Nu], 5] (1+Subscript[\[Nu], 5]) (2+Subscript[\[Nu], 5]) (3+Subscript[\[Nu], 5]) (4+Subscript[\[Nu], 5]) (p^2)^5 Subsuperscript[F, {Subscript[\[Nu], 1],Subscript[m, 1]}{Subscript[\[Nu], 2],Subscript[m, 2]}{Subscript[\[Nu], 3],Subscript[m, 3]}{Subscript[\[Nu], 4],Subscript[m, 4]}{5+Subscript[\[Nu], 5],Subscript[m, 5]}, (10+d)]+4725/32 Subscript[\[Nu], 3] Subscript[\[Nu], 5] (1+Subscript[\[Nu], 5]) (2+Subscript[\[Nu], 5]) (3+Subscript[\[Nu], 5]) (p^2)^5 Subsuperscript[F, {Subscript[\[Nu], 1],Subscript[m, 1]}{Subscript[\[Nu], 2],Subscript[m, 2]}{1+Subscript[\[Nu], 3],Subscript[m, 3]}{Subscript[\[Nu], 4],Subscript[m, 4]}{4+Subscript[\[Nu], 5],Subscript[m, 5]}, (10+d)]+<<48>>+<<811>> is Protected.
>
> Set::write: Tag Equal in Subsuperscript[F, {Subscript[\[Nu], 1],Subscript[m, 1]}{Subscript[\[Nu], 2],Subscript[m, 2]}{Subscript[\[Nu], 3],Subscript[m, 3]}{Subscript[\[Nu], 4],Subscript[m, 4]}{Subscript[\[Nu], 5],Subscript[m, 5]}, (d) 01000100]==10395/32 DP Subscript[\[Nu], 4] Subscript[\[Nu], 5] (1+Subscript[\[Nu], 5]) (2+Subscript[\[Nu], 5]) (3+Subscript[\[Nu], 5]) (4+Subscript[\[Nu], 5]) (5+Subscript[\[Nu], 5]) (p^2)^5 Subsuperscript[F, {Subscript[\[Nu], 1],Subscript[m, 1]}{Subscript[\[Nu], 2],Subscript[m, 2]}{Subscript[\[Nu], 3],Subscript[m, 3]}{1+Subscript[\[Nu], 4],Subscript[m, 4]}{6+Subscript[\[Nu], 5],Subscript[m, 5]}, (12+d)]+<<49>>+<<1119>> is Protected.
>
> General::stop: Further output of Set::write will be suppressed during this calculation.
>
> Is there a limit to the rank? Or can this be resolved somehow?
>
> Cheers,
> Philipp
>



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