Two-dimensional Fokker - Planck solutions and Grassmann variables

  title={Two-dimensional Fokker - Planck solutions and Grassmann variables},
  author={Haret C. Rosu and J Socorro and Octavio Obreg'on},
  journal={Journal of Physics A},
After a short outline of the factorization and Grassmann picture of the one-dimensional (1D) Fokker - Planck (FP) equation, we consider a class of spatially inhomogeneous solutions of the 2D FP equation with symmetric 2D (super)potentials. We show that the spatial inhomogeneities of that class of solutions can be attributed to underlying Grassmannian pseudo-degrees of freedom. Such an interpretation may also be applied to FP solutions in three and more dimensions. 
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