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superspace

[′sü·pər‚spās]
(physics)
The space of all three-geometries on a three-manifold, used in discussions of quantum gravity.
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Fuks, "A superspace module for the FeynRules package," Computer Physics Communications, vol.
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The latter is parametrized by the superspace coordinates [Z.sup.M] = ([x.sup.[mu]], [eta], [bar.[eta]]) where [x.sup.[mu]] ([mu] = 0,1,..., D - 1) are the bosonic coordinates and ([eta], [bar.[eta]]) are a pair of Grassmannian variables obeying nilpotency and anticommutativity properties (i.e., [[eta].sup.2] = [bar.[eta]] = 0, [eta][bar.[eta]] + [bar.[eta]][eta] = 0).
The product [V.sub.i][U.sub.j] between such supermatrices corresponding to different points in superspace is
Recall that a metric space M is an absolute Lipschitz retract if, for some K > 0, M is a K-Lipschitz retract of every metric superspace M [subset] N ([1] p.13).
It said that the theory of superstrings means that everything in the universe--all particles and forces and perhaps spacetime itself--consists of fantastically small strings under immense tension, vibrating and spinning in a multidimensional superspace. So the dream string in the shape of a lemniscate must mean that everything in the universe exists infinitely--that all mind and matter, all unconscious and conscious thought, is forever."
More recently, Sommen, DeBie and others studied Clifford analysis in superspace [R.sup.m]|2n (see [4,5]).
The list of achievements of Gates are many, he has published more than 120 research articles in his area of theoretical physics, written chapters in several books, and coauthored Superspace, (2) one of few texts covering advanced physics known as supersymmetry (SUSY), the study of cross-sectionality between the four known forces of nature--gravity, electromagnetic, weak nuclear, and strong energy.
Similarly (F, A) is called a multi-soft superspace of (F, A) if (F, A) is a multi-soft subspace of (F, A) which is denoted by (F, A) [superset] (H.
Siegel, "Superspace or one thousand and one les sons in Supersymmetry".
Called the ekpyrotic theory, this had the Big Bang arising from the collision of two 3-D spaces inside a larger superspace. No gravitational waves would have resulted.
A Lagrangian supermechanical system is a triple (M, L, V)where (M, L) is a Lagrange superspace and V is a vertical supervector field, which is called the external force field of the system.