half-integral

half-in·te·gral

(hăf′ĭn′tĭ-grəl, häf′-)
adj.
Having an odd integer as a numerator and 2 as a denominator. Used of a fraction.
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Guseinov, "Dirac equation for particles with arbitrary half-integral spin," Philosophical Magazine, vol.
Guseinov, "Unified treatment of basis sets of relativistic exponential-type spinor orbitals for particles with arbitrary half-integral spin in position, momentum and four-dimensional spaces," Physica Scripta, vol.
He also provides a grounding in the theory of classical modular forms, starting with modular forms for SL2(Z), and progressing to modular forms of higher level, modular functions, half-integral weight modular forms, and mod p modular forms.
Bruinier, Nonvanishing modulo l of Fourier coefficients of half-integral weight modular forms, Duke Math.
Shimura, On Eisenstein series of half-integral weight, Duke Math.
Finite-dimensional irreducible representations of the classical type of the algebra [U.sub.q] (so (5)) are given by two integral or half-integral numbers [n.sub.1] and [n.sub.2], such that [n.sub.1] [greater than or equal to] n2 [greater than or equal to] 0.
The [eta]-multiplier system and the integer powers of them are multiplier systems for all half-integral weights [8].