Quantum field theory of fermions constructed from bosons. Generalization to Para-Fermi statistics
It is proved that Fermi fields can, in principle, be constructed in terms of Bose fields, without losing any of the physical properties of the Fermi fields such as, for example, Pauli's Principle. As an example, a Fermi field satisfying Dirac's equation is constructed in terms of Bose fields. Para-Fermi fields are constructed as well. Consequences: Physical theories can, in principle, be reformulated in such a way that Fermions and para-Fermions are described in terms of Bosons.
KeywordsField Theory Elementary Particle Quantum Field Theory Physical Theory Fermi Field
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