Simple models in supersymmetric quantum mechanics on a graph

@article{Kan2013SimpleMI,
  title={Simple models in supersymmetric quantum mechanics on a graph},
  author={Nahomi Kan and Koichiro Kobayashi and Kiyoshi Shiraishi},
  journal={Journal of Physics A: Mathematical and Theoretical},
  year={2013},
  volume={46}
}
We study some types of dimensionally-deconstructed models for supersymmetric (Euclidean) quantum mechanics, or zero-dimensional field theory. In these models, we assign bosonic and fermionic variables to vertices and the edges of a graph. We investigate a discrete version of the Gaussian model and the Wess–Zumino-type model on a graph. The topological index as a multiple integral is discussed on these models. In addition, we propose simple examples of supersymmetric extensions of the Lee–Wick… 
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