Think different: applying the old macintosh mantra to the computability of the SUSY auxiliary field problem
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Starting with valise supermultiplets obtained from 0-branes plus field redefinitions, valise adinkra networks, and the “Garden Algebra,” we discuss an architecture for algorithms that (starting from on-shell theories and, through a well-defined computation procedure), search for off-shell completions. We show in one dimension how to directly attack the notorious “off-shell auxiliary field” problem of supersymmetry with algorithms in the adinkra network-world formulation.
KeywordsSpace-Time Symmetries Gauge Symmetry Global Symmetries
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