Non-compact Complex Projective Superspaces by Hamiltonian reduction
April 23, 2021
We briefly describe some concepts of super-Hamiltonian reduction and complex projective spaces. Next, we are going to perform super-Hamiltonian reduction in a concrete case, namely to get compact and non-compact complex projective superspaces from complex (pseudo)Euclidean superspaces. Then we concentrate on the non-compact case, and specifically on the supergeneralization of 𝑁-dimensional Klein model and the mapping of superconformal mechanics on it.
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