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By the way, I know for a 3-d superconformal field theory, OSP(8|4) means a SO(8) R-symmetry and a Sp(4) conformal symmetry, which is isomorphic to SO(2, 3).

Thanks.

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By the way, I know for a 3-d superconformal field theory, OSP(8|4) means a SO(8) R-symmetry and a Sp(4) conformal symmetry, which is isomorphic to SO(2, 3).

Thanks.

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By any chance, do you know a good book or reference paper on these matters?

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Try the book Supermanifolds by DeWitt

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