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Aug
11
comment Does anybody know of a source that explains Wick rotation for fermions in 3-dimensional spacetime?
Perhaps one method would be to perform the Wick rotation in 4d and then compactify a spatial direction to a get an (effective) 3d result. One might be able to generalise to higher odd dimensions by compactifying 6d, 8d, etc... in a similar manner.
Aug
11
revised Does anybody know of a source that explains Wick rotation for fermions in 3-dimensional spacetime?
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Aug
11
revised Does anybody know of a source that explains Wick rotation for fermions in 3-dimensional spacetime?
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Aug
10
comment What decides the signs and coefficients of terms in superfield?
@Dilaton Just wanted to say thanks for your help regarding this problem.
Aug
10
asked Does anybody know of a source that explains Wick rotation for fermions in 3-dimensional spacetime?
Jul
9
awarded  Excavator
Jul
9
revised What are the limitations of the superspace formalism?
Lagrangean to Lagrangian
Jul
9
suggested suggested edit on What are the limitations of the superspace formalism?
Jul
8
asked What decides the signs and coefficients of terms in superfield?
Jul
2
awarded  Curious
Jun
20
revised Completing the trace in the Non-abelian Chern-Simons Term
Included some commas in commutation and anti-commutation relations that were originally forgotten
Jun
19
revised Completing the trace in the Non-abelian Chern-Simons Term
Typo: permuation to permutation
Jun
19
comment Completing the trace in the Non-abelian Chern-Simons Term
That seems to be it, thank you!
Jun
19
comment Completing the trace in the Non-abelian Chern-Simons Term
Thank you for the extremely speedy response, this really helped me out.
Jun
19
accepted Completing the trace in the Non-abelian Chern-Simons Term
Jun
19
asked Completing the trace in the Non-abelian Chern-Simons Term
Feb
4
asked Why does the object $\epsilon_L Q_L + \epsilon_R Q_R$ correspond to a 16-component conserved supercharge when we have a Dp-brane?
Nov
7
awarded  Yearling
Sep
17
comment Are there two types of D-term and two types of F-term in SUSY?
Thanks Lubos, this helped a great deal.
Sep
17
accepted Are there two types of D-term and two types of F-term in SUSY?