dyslectic geometry

As introduced in

  • Shai Haran, An invitation to dyslectic geometry, Journal of Algebra 155:2, (1993) 455-481 doi

the term dyslectic geometry refers to the geometry of (braided-)commutative objects in the braided monoidal category of k[G] *k[G]k[G]^*\sharp k[G]-modules (kk a field, GG a finite group) and in some generalizations where k[G]k[G] is replaced by a more general Hopf algebra. If G= 2G = \mathbb{Z}_2 this reduces to supersymmetry.

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