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spelled out the definition at formal adjoint differential operator
added the example of the Klein-Gordon operator: here
added also the example of the ant-self adjointness of the Dirac operator: here
prompted by an email alert I received, I have fixed the wording (here) of the example of the formal (anti-)self-adjointness of the Dirac operator:
Previously the wording was self-inconsistent, in that the headline of the example claimed self-adjointness, while the actual statement claimed anti-self-adjointness.
I have changed it to have anti-self-adjointness throughout.
So the second question was if that is correct. Of course that depends on the adjointness convention for the Clifford generators. Now, itâ€™s been a while since I wrote all this, but chasing the pointers given, it is meant to refer to the Dirac adjoint operation for which all Clifford generators are self-adjoint. I have made that more explicit in the text.
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