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this table used to be hidden at supersymmetry, but it really ought to cross-link its entries. Therefore here its stand-alone version, for !inclusion
There are a bunch of supergroups here that use $/$ instead of what I guess should be $\vert$, but it’s not clear.
True, we could try to harmonize. The slash in the definition of the orthosymplectic supergroup is written both ways in the literature, fairly evenly distributed, I think.
We could either make the slashes here be straight or those at orthosymplectic supergroup be slanted.
But I guess I would agree and also prefer having them straight here.
The reason it’s not clear when $/$ is used is that in principle it could mean some integer that is the result of dividing the numbers as shown. Is $OSp(n/k)$ supposed to be some symmetry group involving $n/k$-dimensional space, or $(n\vert k)$-dimensional superspace? (question is rhetorical)
Sure. Somebody has changed the notation to \vert
now.
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