Exceptional parafermions in a Hilbert space over an associative algebra
Part of the Lecture Notes in Physics book series (LNP, volume 79)
Contributed Papers I. Supersymmetry, Symmetry in Particle and Relativistic Physics
KeywordsHilbert Space Associative Algebra Clifford Algebra Linear Manifold Superselection Rule
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