Generalized relativistic harmonic oscillator in minimal length quantum mechanics

@article{Castro2016GeneralizedRH,
  title={Generalized relativistic harmonic oscillator in minimal length quantum mechanics},
  author={Luis B. Castro and Angel E. Obispo},
  journal={arXiv: High Energy Physics - Theory},
  year={2016}
}
We solve the generalized relativistic harmonic oscillator in 1+1 dimensions in the presence of a minimal length. Using the momentum space representation, we explore all the possible signs of the potentials and discuss their bound-state solutions for fermion and antifermions. Furthermore, we also find an isolated solution from the Sturm-Liouville scheme. All cases already analyzed in the literature, are obtained as particular cases. 
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