Is There Any Relation Between N Pairs of Deformed Q-Bosons and Uq [OSP(1/2N)]?

  • Tchavdar D. Palev
  • Nedjalka I. Stoilova


This paper is dedicated to Prof. L. C. Biedenharn on the occasion of his 70th birthday. Contrary to most of the speakers I (T.D.P.) have known personally Prof. Biedenharn only for about 5 years, since the time we had organized the Group theoretical colloquium in Varna 1987. Scientifically, however, I know him for more than 25 years. Prof. Biedenharn and collaborators were the first who gave a systematic derivation of the results of Gel’fand and Zetlin1 for the transformations of the gl(n) modules.2 I have used a lot of their ideas when defining the concept of a Gel’ fand-Zetlin basis for the Lie superalgebras gl(n/1) and gl(n/m).3 That is not the only example. The present contribution is also based on results Prof. Biedenharn has recently obtained in quantum groups.4 We have in mind the concept of deformed Bose creation and annihilation operators.4,5,6


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Authors and Affiliations

  • Tchavdar D. Palev
    • 1
  • Nedjalka I. Stoilova
    • 1
  1. 1.Institute for Nuclear Research and Nuclear Energy BoulSofiaBulgaria

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