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  • 1. Advances in Physics Theories and Applications www.iiste.orgISSN 2224-719X (Paper) ISSN 2225-0638 (Online)Vol.17, 201312ON 1D FRACTIONAL SUPERSYMMETRIC THEORYH. Chaqsare1*, A. EL Boukili1, B. Ettaki2,M.B. Sedra1and J. Zerouaoui11Ibn Tofail University, Faculty of SciencesPhysics Department, (LHESIR), Kénitra, Morocco2Ecole des Sciences de l’InformationBP 6204, Agdal, Rabat, Morocco* E-mail of the corresponding author: h. chaqsare@gmail.comAbstractFollowing our previous work on fractional supersymmetry (FSUSY) [1,2], we focus here our contribute to the studyof the superspace formulation in D1 that is invariant under FSUSY where 3=F and defined by HQ =3, weextend our formulation in the end of our paper to arbitrary F with 3>F .Key-words Fractional superspace - Fractional Supersymmetry of order F - Fractional Supercharge - CovariantDerivative1. IntroductionMotivating by the results founded in [1,2], the aim of this paper is to develop a superspace formulation in D1 QFTthat is invariant under fractional supersymmetry (FSS). In such construction, the Hamiltonian H is expressed as thethF power of a conserved fractional supercharge: HQF= , with 0=],[ QH and 3≥F . Here, we shall reformulatethese results in fractional superspace, using generalized Grassmann variable of order F satisfying 0=Fθ .Additionally, we construct the Noether fractional supercharges in the case where 3=F .The presentation of this paper is as follow: In section 2, we present the Fractional Superspace and FractionalSupersymmetry 3=F . In section 3, we will give the Fractional supercharges and Euler-Lagrange equations for3=F . In section 4, we will generalise the FSUSY in arbitrary order and finally, we give a conclusion.2. Fractional Superspace and Fractional Supersymmetry 3=FThe FSUSY of order 3 are generated by the Hamiltonian H generator of the time translation, and Q the generatorof FSUSY transformations . they satisfies:HQHQ =;0=],[ 3(1)In fields quantum theory, this symmetry can be realized on generalized superspace ),( θt , where t is the time, andθ is a real generalized Grassmann variable. The latter variable and his derivative ∂∂∂=θsatisfies:0=;0= 33∂θ
  • 2. Advances in Physics Theories and Applications www.iiste.orgISSN 2224-719X (Paper) ISSN 2225-0638 (Online)Vol.17, 201313Ι∂−∂ =θθ θθ q (2)2θθ ∂≡∫dThe introduction of the ε (parameter of the transformation associated to Q ) et f (parameter of the transformationassociated to H ) in the case where 3=F give the following transformations [3]:)(= 22εθθε +−−′ qftt (3)εθθ +′ =where ε verify:0=3εεθθε q= (4)where 32=πieq . The q-commutation relation between the two variables ε and θ ensures that:• if 0== 33θε then 0=)( 3εθ + ;• the reality of the time is not affected by the FSUSY transformation;• the FSUSY transformations q-commute with covariant derivative;• the FSUSY transformations satisfied the Leibnitz rules.We now can introduce the scalar superfield Φ of order 3:2221210=),( ϕθθϕϕθ qqt ++Φ (5)where 10 ,ϕϕ et 2ϕ are the extension of the bosonic and the fermionic field. These fields verifies:θϕθϕ )(=)( 00 ttθϕθϕ )(=)( 121 tqt (6)θϕθϕ )(=)( 22 tqtWe now can see that *= ΦΦ . Using relations (3), we get easily the FSUSY transformations upon the fields:11/20 = εϕδϕ q21/21 = εϕδϕ −−q (7)012 = ϕεδϕ −∂−Then, let us consider the two basic objects Q and D , which represent respectively the FSUSY generator and thecovariant derivative [1]2212)()(=θθθθθ∂∂+∂∂−∂− − qqQ22212)()()(=θθθθθ∂∂+∂∂−∂− − qD (8)Using the equations (2) and (4), we can prove that:
  • 3. Advances in Physics Theories and Applications www.iiste.orgISSN 2224-719X (Paper) ISSN 2225-0638 (Online)Vol.17, 201314zQD ∂== 33DQqQD 2= (9)ΦΦ εε δδ DD =whereΦΦ Qεδε = (10)The invariant action under the FSUSY transformations in equations (7) is:dtLDdtdqS =2= 12∫∫ ΦΦ∂−θ][2= 122212022ϕϕϕϕϕθθ &&& qqdtdq−+−∫ (11)][21= 1222120 ϕϕϕϕϕ &&& qqdt +−∫3. Fractional supercharges and Euler-Lagrange equationsFollowing [3] and [6], we can introduce the generalized momenta conjugate to iϕ000 = ϕϕπ &&∂∂≡L211 =2 ϕϕπ qL−∂∂≡&(12)1222 =2 ϕϕπ qL&∂∂≡If we consider Φ& and ΦD as independent variables, we can prove that the generalized momenta conjugate are thecomponents of the fractional superspace momentum conjugate to ),( θtΦΦΦ∂∂≡Π DLqt =2),(&θ (13)which is decomposed as)(221220=2121202==),( iiiiqqqqt −−∑−+−Π πθθϕϕϕθθ & (14)Note that ΠΠ =*. If wish to add0=],[ ΦΠ∫ θd0=],[ ΦΠ∫ &θd (15)0=],[ ΦΦ& (16)we must require
  • 4. Advances in Physics Theories and Applications www.iiste.orgISSN 2224-719X (Paper) ISSN 2225-0638 (Online)Vol.17, 201315ijijji −≠ 3if= ϕϕϕϕ && (17)1221 = ϕϕϕϕ q (18)Focus on the internal-space part of the Lagrangian 1222122= ϕϕϕϕ &&qqL +− . The Lagrangian variation]..[2]..[2= 121222121 δϕϕϕϕδδϕϕϕϕδδ &&&& +++−qqL]..[2]..[2= 2121221221 ϕδϕϕϕδϕδϕϕϕδ &&&& qqqq+++− (19)and knowing that12221 2=;2= ϕϕϕϕ&&qLqL−∂∂∂∂12221 2=;2= ϕϕϕϕqLqL&& ∂∂−∂∂(20)Then, the Lagrangian variation will be:)()(=22221111ϕϕδϕδϕϕϕδϕδϕδ&&&&∂∂+∂∂+∂∂+∂∂ LLLLL (21)From this equation, it is easy to show that the generalized Euler-Lagrange equations which follow from a least-actionprinciple are:0=)(11 ϕϕ &∂∂−∂∂ LdtdL0=)(22 ϕϕ &∂∂−∂∂ LdtdL(22)Therefore, the quantity0=;=21=dtdCXLCiii−∂∂∑ ϕδϕ&(23)is a constant of motion when the lagrangian varies under a transformation iδϕ by the total derivative dtdXL /=δwhere 102121= ϕϕ&qX . The particular case of the Hamiltonian when ii ϕδϕ &= is:2020=21== ϕϕϕ &&& LLHiii−∂∂∑ (24)For iδϕ given by (7) and corresponding X , we find the following fractional supercharge associated with thesymmetry transformations:)21(2= 220121ϕϕϕ +&qQ (25)
  • 5. Advances in Physics Theories and Applications www.iiste.orgISSN 2224-719X (Paper) ISSN 2225-0638 (Online)Vol.17, 201316Note, like in [6], that QQ εε =)( *, i.e., qQQ =*, using (17), we can prove that Qq 21−is a real charge.4. FSUSY of arbitrary orderIn this section, we will give a generalisation of the FSUSY of order F where 3≥F . For this, we introduce theexpression of the superfield ),( θtΦ of order F .iiiFiqt ϕθθ 2210==),( ∑−Φ (26)where θ is a real generalized Grassmann variable satisfied 0=Fθ and q is the F-th root of unity ( Fieqπ2= ). Thesuperfield components verifies the following commutation relations:θϕθϕ iii q−=iiFiiFi q ϕϕϕϕ −− = (27)the first relation in (27) implies that ΦΦ =*. while the second relationship is used to introduce the followingcommutation relation:iFiiFi q ϕϕϕϕ 1= −− && (28)for 2=F , the equations (27) and (28) reduces to the usual results of supersymmetry θϕθϕ 11 = − , 0=21ϕ and1111 = ϕϕϕϕ && − while 0000 = ϕϕϕϕ && .Les FSUSY transformations of order F are generated by the generator of the FSUSY Q whose expression is:])()([= 122130=1 −−−−−−−∂∂+∂∂−∂− ∑ FFiFFiFitFqqAQθθθθθθ (29)where FFFFFqA12)1}!({)(=−−−−−− . This implies that:tFQ ∂= (30)Acting on ),( θtΦ , we have),(=),( θεθδ tQt ΦΦ (31)which gives on components:122221)(11}!{)(= +−+−−− iiiiFi FqqAq εϕδϕ1222)(221)(212 1}!{)(= −−−−−−− − FFFFFF FqqA εϕδϕ (32)011221)(1 )(= ϕεδϕ &−−−−− − FFFF qAqq
  • 6. Advances in Physics Theories and Applications www.iiste.orgISSN 2224-719X (Paper) ISSN 2225-0638 (Online)Vol.17, 201317while 3}{0,1,..., −∈ Fi ,qqFF−−−−11=1}{1and ε is real infinitesimal parameter verify:iii qq εϕεϕεθθε =;= (33)To build invariant action under FSUSY transformations need the introduction of the fractional covariant derivativecommuting with Qε .])()([= 1221130=1 −−−−−−−−−∂∂+∂∂−∂− ∑ FFiFFiiFFitFqBDθθθθθθ (34)where ])1}!({)...(1)[(=112321FFFFFFFFqqqB−−−−−−−− . Q et D satisfies the following relations:tFDqQDDQ ∂=;= (35)DqDqQQ =;= εεεεAfter defining the two generators of FSUSY, we can now give the expression of the action S invariant under theFSUSY transformations (32)ΦΦ−− −∫ &DdtdFBS Fθ11}!{21=iFiiFiiFiFiFiFFqqqqFdtdFS −−−−−−−∑∫ −+−ϕϕϕθθ && )(22)(2221=20111}!{{1}!2{1=}1}!{ 11221)(121ϕϕ &−−−−− FFFqqqF (36)iFiiFiiFiFiFiqqqqFdtS −−−−−∑∫ −+ ϕϕϕ && )(22)(2221=20 1}!{{21=}1}!{ 11221)(121ϕϕ &−−−−− FFFqqqF (37)ConclusionIn this paper, we have extended the results founded in [1] and [2] of fractional symmetry (FSUSY) from D2 to D1 ,and following [3] and [6], we are giving the fractional supercharge in 3=F . In the last section, we gave thegeneralized formulation of the generator of the FSUSY Q and fractional covariant derivative D .References:1. H. Chaqsare, B. Ettaki, J. Zerouaoui (2013), On D = 2(1/3, 1/3) Fractional Supersymmetric Theory III, Adv.Studies Theor. Phys., Vol. 7, no. 5, 229 - 236.2. H. Chaqsare, M. B. Sedra, J. Zerouaoui (2012), kW - Algebra and Fractional Supersymmetry, Adv. Studies Theor.Phys., Vol. 6, no. 16, 755 - 764.
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