Boson-fermion and baryon mapping of multiquark states

Jutta Meyer

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Date: 19910122

Article: published in J. Math. Phys. 32 (8), August 1991

The generalized Dyson boson mapping is extended to multifermion systems
containing three- particle substructures as occuring in nuclear matter. Two
different approaches are described. The first one leads to a mapping involving
equal numbers of bosons and fermions, where each boson, as usual, represents a
fermion pair. The second possibility consists of the introduction of new kinds
of fermions carrying the quantum numbers of the original three-fermion
subsystems. Both transformations are nonunitary.

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