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Hanging gardens and divisors from Adinkras

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KA2W03 - Mathematical physics: algebraic cycles, strings and amplitudes

An adinkra is a (simple) decorated graph yielding a model of a supersymmetry algebra. Each such graph can be associated to a Riemann surface and to an interesting poset of ranking functions on the vertices of the graph. Using generalized Fermat curves, we discuss the divisors on the associated Riemann surface determined by ranking functions for the (1|5) superalgebra (the elementary 5-extended Poincar\’e superalgebra in 1-dimensional Minkowski space). 

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