# Anyons in three dimensions with geometric algebra

@inproceedings{Soiguine2016AnyonsIT, title={Anyons in three dimensions with geometric algebra}, author={Alexander M. Soiguine}, year={2016} }

Even though it has been almost a century since quantum mechanics planted roots, the field has its share of unresolved problems. It could be the result of a wrong mathematical structure providing inadequate understanding of the quantum phenomena.

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