General solution of linear vector supersymmetry

@article{Blasi2006GeneralSO,
  title={General solution of linear vector supersymmetry},
  author={Alberto Blasi and Nicola Maggiore},
  journal={Classical and Quantum Gravity},
  year={2006},
  volume={24},
  pages={645 - 657}
}
We give the general solution of the Ward identity for the linear vector supersymmetry which characterizes all topological models. Such a solution, whose expression is quite compact and simple, greatly simplifies the study of theories displaying a supersymmetric algebraic structure, reducing to a few lines the proof of their possible finiteness. In particular, the cohomology technology, usually involved for the quantum extension of these theories, is completely bypassed. The case of Chern–Simons… 
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