A Jordan superalgebra is the analog of a Jordan algebra in superalgebra/supergeometry. A Jordan superalgebra $J$ is a $\mathbb{Z}_2$-graded algebra $J = J_0 \oplus J_1$, where $J_0$ is a Jordan algebra and $J_1$ a $J_0$-bimodule with a “Lie-like” product into $J_0$.

Elements of $J$ are supercommutative, that is, $a \cdot b = (-1)^{|a|\cdot|b|} b \cdot a$, and satisfy the super Jordan identity.

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