# Is there a bosonic representation of Clifford algebra in (1,3) spacetime?

By a suitable combination of Dirac's $$\gamma_\mu$$ matrices one can define creation and destruction operators satisfying fermionic anticommutators. Is there a similar result for bosons in the context of Clifford algebra. My interest, at present, is confined to $$(1,3)$$ spacetime.

• Google "symplectic Clifford algebra". There are tons of papers around. Take for example "Boson algebra as a symplectic Clifford algebra" here: aip.scitation.org/doi/10.1063/1.527756. – MadMax May 28 '20 at 17:59