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Structural Theory of 2-d Adinkras

  title={Structural Theory of 2-d Adinkras},
  author={Kevin Iga and Yan X. Zhang},
  journal={arXiv: High Energy Physics - Theory},
Adinkras are combinatorial objects developed to study (1-dimensional) supersymmetry representations. Recently, 2-d Adinkras have been developed to study 2-dimensional supersymmetry. In this paper, we classify all 2-d Adinkras, confirming a conjecture of T. Hubsch. Along the way, we obtain other structural results, including a simple characterization of Hubsch’s even-split doubly even codes. 

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