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fermionic

(ˌfɜːmɪˈɒnɪk)
adj
of or pertaining to fermions
Translations
fermionique
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Beginning with dissipative geometry and general relativity theory, they consider such aspects as pseudo-Riemannian geometry and general relativity, metric waves in a non-stationary universe and dissipative oscillator, and bosonic and fermionic models of a Friedman-Robertson-Walker universe.
Objective: Topology and symmetry are two fundamental and intertwined concepts driving the behavior of fermionic systems in both condensed-matter and high-energy physics.
2]) is made of two kinds of twisting "luxonic matter"--a bosonic form emerging from the quantum field as photons (what we normally call light or electromagnetic energy) and gluons (inter-nuclear energy carriers) that all have spin-I and a fermionic form emerging as spin-% leptons and quarks, both moving at lightspeed provided they are not interacting with this special field called the Higgs field.
Their fermionic part is arranged into corresponding structures observable in the form of a fireball, while their bosonic parts converge in the centre of the ball going to the additional dimension (Y area) [2].
Jin, for creating the first fermionic condensate at ultralow temperatures
A FINITE TEMPERATURE THEORY FOR UNIVERSAL FERMIONIC SYSTEMS,
Chari, On the fermionic formula and the Kirillov-Reshetikhin conjecture, Int.
2]-grading on codon space (just as there is a grading into bosonic and fermionic types in quantum mechanics) thus extending matters towards representations of super Lie algebras.
3) For example, in chapter 2, he says "indistinguishability leads directly to the famous Pauli exclusion principle (not true--one also needs the fermionic nature of electrons) and in chapter 6, he tells us that an "elevator's acceleration due to gravity cancels the gravitational force, and the freely falling elevator becomes an inertial reference frame" (gravity--that is, the curvature of space--causes the acceleration, rather than canceling it; by "inertial frame" we usually mean a non-accelerating frame).
pi]] is a permutation operator, with the proper sign to take into account the bosonic or fermionic nature of the particles.
Methods of bosonic and fermionic path integrals representations; continuum random geometry in quantum field theory.