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In quantum field theory, multi-loop Feynman integrals are basic ingredients of calculating high order corrections. Recently, I have come across the paper A Feynman integral via higher normal functions. It seems that Feynman integrals have some relations to algebraic geometry. Since I am physics-oriented, I don't know much about algebraic geometry. Could anyone provide some explanations or expository articles on this topic? Thanks a lot!
There are many resources where information can be found. For example, look at the slides here and the references therein. Also see these notes and perhaps just look at this proceeding. If you have any questions, feel free to comment or email me.
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