Dirac-like Hamiltonians associated to Schrödinger factorizations

  title={Dirac-like Hamiltonians associated to Schr{\"o}dinger factorizations},
  author={Deniz Kızılırmak and Şeng{\"u}l Kuru and J. Negro},
In this work, we have extended the factorization method of scalar shape-invariant Schrödinger Hamiltonians to a class of Dirac-like matrix Hamiltonians. The intertwining operators of the Schrödinger equations have been implemented in the Dirac-like shape invariant equations. We have considered also another kind of anti-intertwining operators changing the sign of energy. The Dirac-like Hamiltonians can be obtained from reduction of higher dimensional spin systems. Two examples have been worked… 
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