**Notes on Fermionic Fock Space for Number Theorists**

by Greg W. Anderson

**Publisher**: The University of Arizona 2000**Number of pages**: 99

**Description**:

This is a compilation of exercises, worked examples and key references (along with provocative remarks) that the author compiled in order to help readers learn their way around fermionic Fock space. The notebook is suitable for use by second year graduate students with an interest in number theory.

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