New Series for π Simplifies High-Energy Physics Calculations

While studying string theory’s applications in quantum scattering, researchers at the Indian Institute of Science have uncovered a new series representation for π that simplifies calculations in high-energy physics. This new formula, discovered by Arnab Saha and Aninda Sinha, echoes the approach of Sangamagrama Madhava, the first to record a series for π in the 15th century. Their research, published in Physical Review Letters, bridges classical mathematical tools like the Euler-Beta Function with modern concepts such as the Feynman Diagram to model particle interactions more efficiently. The significance of this development extends beyond theoretical interest, potentially influencing future practical applications in fields like engineering and medical imaging.

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