Boson-Fermion Confusion: The String Path To Supersymmetry


Although the idea of a symmetry between bosons and fermions must be very old, after all both are present in Nature, I am only aware of non-relativistic attempts in that direction in the 1960’s. Stavraki [1] (1967) proposed a current algebra with both commutators and anticommutators. Myazawa [2] (1968), then at the University of Chicago, put together the… (More)


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@inproceedings{Ramond2001BosonFermionCT, title={Boson-Fermion Confusion: The String Path To Supersymmetry}, author={Pierre Ramond}, year={2001} }