Oct 19, 2012 ... It can be instructive to see the applications of Clifford algebra to areas outside of
quantum mechanics to get a more geometric understanding of ...
Dec 13, 2013 ... Lorentz transformation, chirality, and the spinor Minkowski metric are ... every
tensor of rank k there corresponds a spinor of rank. 2k, and some ...
The concept of spinor is now important in theoretical physics but it is a difficult
topic to gain acquaintance with. Spinors were defined by Elie Cartan, the French
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Oct 17, 2013 ... Sir Michael Atiyah, University of Edinburgh What is a Spinor?
For example, a general 4-vector would correspond to a Hermitian spinor of rank.
2, which ... A rank 1 spinor can be represented by a two-component complex.
is a spinor essentially the coeffients of the base kets of an abitrary state ket? ... No
. A spinor is a geometrical object, like a vector or a tensor.
A spinor is just a vector which behaves differently under rotations and certain
other transformations. Rather than talk in generalities, I think it becomes ...
Spinor definition, a quantity resembling a vector or tensor that is used in physics
to represent the spins of fermions. See more.
I have already known that vector is a linear map and tensor is a multi-linear ...
Spinors are complex (pun intended). To paraphrase Heisenberg, you can either ...
a vector whose components are complex numbers in a two-dimensional or four-
dimensional space and which is used especially in the mathematics of the theory