Sorry, another quick question. I still don't understand if it's possible with OneLoop to have a result in D dimensions. It always gives me the result in 4 dimensions.
For example, if I write:
-I/Pi^2*OneLoop[k,FeynAmpDenominator[PD[k, I*m], PD[k, 0]] (-PolarizationSum[mu, nu, k, Dimension -> D])*ScalarProduct[k, k, Dimension -> D]], Dimension -> D]
it gives me:
3/4 Subscript[A, 0](-m^2) g^(mu nu)+1/8 m^2 g^(mu nu)
Instead, I would like to obtain a result in D dimension, like:
(D-1)/D Subscript[A, 0](-m^2) g^(mu nu)
Is that possible?
Thank you very much.
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