graded Lie algebra


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graded Lie algebra

[¦grād·əd ¦lē ′al·jə·brə]
(mathematics)
A generalization of a Lie algebra in which both commutators and anticommutators occur.
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Among their topics are no-go theorems and graded Lie algebras, representations of the super-Poincare algebra, superspace formalism and superfields, supersymmetric Lagrangians, and supersymmetric Gauge theories.
Their topics include supersymmetric (SUSY) field theory in four and more dimensions, highlights on SUSY phenomenology, and SUSY from a string point of view in particles and fields; graded Lie algebras and applications and experimental tests of SUSY in atomic nuclei; and SUSY in quantum mechanics and random matrices.