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[In the chord diagram expansion and the Krüger-Kreimer log expansion we saw that the primitive Feynman diagrams were the analytic input. In both cases, with these primitives taken as black boxes, there was a nice combinatorial understanding of how to put things together. Now it is time to look at these black boxes.]
Published: Nov 26, 2016
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