A two-dimensional harmonic oscillator is associated with the group Su(2). What is that association?(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

Solutions to the Dirac equation require a pair of spinors at each point?

Can we think think of spacetime as having pairs of 2D harmonic oscillators at each point?

Thanks for any help.

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# A pair of 2D harmonic oscillators at a point and Dirac eq.

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