I give an interpretation of the fundamental theorem of algebra based on supersymmetry and the Witten index. The argument gives a physical explanation of why a real polynomial of degreen need not haven real zeroes, while a complex polynomial of degreen must haven complex zeroes. This paper also addresses in a general and model-independent way the statistics of the perturbative ground states (the states which correspond to classical vacua) in supersymmetric theories with complex and with real superfields.
Neural Network Statistical Physic Complex System Nonlinear Dynamics Vacuum Statistic
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