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comment Superfields and the Inconsistency of regularization by dimensional reduction
@paqogomez - thanks for the bounty!
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comment Vacuum to vacuum transition amplitude using functional integral
Vladimir is correct. Try thinking of $\phi$ and $J$ as vectors with a continuous index $x$ and so $P$ and $P^{-1}$ are matrices indexed by $x$ and $y$. To make this work, the functional version of $P$ is actually $P(x,y) = (\square+m^2-i\epsilon)\delta^4(x,y)$ where $\delta$ is the Dirac delta function.
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comment Superfields and the Inconsistency of regularization by dimensional reduction
@Undo - thanks for the bounty!
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comment Superfields and the Inconsistency of regularization by dimensional reduction
@Trimok: I think that if the number of fields don't match then you can't have supersymmetry. However the $2^{d/2}$ structure was considered by people like Delbourgo and others back in the 70s and 80s. I can't remember the details...
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comment Superfields and the Inconsistency of regularization by dimensional reduction
@Jose: That does not address the question being asked.