# Nonlinear supersymmetry: From classical to quantum mechanics

@article{Plyushchay2004NonlinearSF, title={Nonlinear supersymmetry: From classical to quantum mechanics}, author={Mikhail S. Plyushchay}, journal={Journal of Physics A}, year={2004}, volume={37}, pages={10375-10384} }

Quantization of the nonlinear supersymmetry faces a problem of a quantum anomaly. For some classes of superpotentials, the integrals of motion admit corrections guaranteeing the preservation of the nonlinear supersymmetry at the quantum level. With an example of a system realizing the nonlinear superconformal symmetry, we discuss the nature of such corrections and speculate on their possible general origin.

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