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Boson algebra as a symplectic Clifford algebra
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6.If such a fermion algebra does not look like a Clifford algebra to the reader, it is due to the fact that in physics we are used to orthonormal bases in orthogonal spaces. To illustrate this point, the reader is invited to consider the γ‐Dirac algebra as a typical example of a Clifford algebra and take, instead of a Lorentz basis the following isotropic basis The anticommutators of these objects are [ (all others vanish). The algebra obtained this way is
7.The reader could also check, for instance, that
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