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Explicitly, one has: S τi , τj , τk = S τj i τki , where, from now on, we use the notation τj i = τj − τi . As we explicitly show in the appendix, the function S (x) can be computed exactly. It is a monotonically decreasing function defined on [0, 1] ranging from 1 to −1. It satisfies S (1 − x) = −S (x) and is explicitly given by S (x) = 1 − 2L (x) . The function L (x) is the so called normalized Rogers dilogarithm , defined in terms xn of the usual dilogarithm Li2 (x) = ∞ n=1 n2 as: L (x) = 6 1 Li2 (x) + ln (x) ln (1 − x) .
Communications in Mathematical Physics - Volume 225 by M. Aizenman (Chief Editor)