superalgebra and (synthetic ) supergeometry
The notion of Jordan superalgebra is the analog in superalgebra/supergeometry of that of Jordan algebra:
A Jordan superalgebra is a supercommutative superalgebra with underlying $\mathbb{Z}/2$-graded algebra $J = J_0 \oplus J_1$, where:
$J_0$ is an ordinary Jordan algebra,
$J_1$ is a $J_0$-bimodule with a “Lie bracket-like” product into $J_0$,
satisfying a super Jordan identity.
Simple Jordan superalgebras over an algebraically closed field of characteristic 0 were classified by Kac (Kac 77). The only exceptional finite-dimensional example is the 10-dimensional Jordan superalgebra $K_{10}$.
Victor Kac, Classification of simple Z-graded Lie superalgebras and simple Jordan superalgebras, Comm. Algebra 5(1977), 1375–1400, (doi: 10.1080/00927877708822224)
Isaiah Kantor, Connections between Poisson brackets and Jordan and Lie superalgebras, Lie theory, differential equations and representation theory, Montreal (1989), 213–225.
Irving Kaplansky, Graded Jordan algebras I (preprint).
Consuelo Martínez, Simplicity of Jordan Superalgebras and Relations with Lie Structures, Irish Math. Soc. Bulletin 50(2003), 97–116 (pdf)
M. E. Martin, Classification of three-dimensional Jordan superalgebras (arXiv:1708.01963)
M. L. Racine, E. I. Zel’manov, An octonionic construction of the Kac superalgebra $K_10$, Proc. Amer. Math. Soc. 143 (2015), 1075-1083, (pdf).
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