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Where the page has
The index theorem is supposed to have an interpretation in terms of the quantum field theory of the superparticle on the given space,
is the “is supposed to” necessary? Why not “has an interpretation”? Is it just the general issue of any translation from mathematics to physics?
Right, the “supposed to” need not be there.
Linked to the relevant section at supersymmetric quantum mechanics.
In case anyone’s wondering why the interest, John Baez announced the death of Singer on the $n$Café.
John Baez mentioned this paper
so I added it, but maybe it needs a word to distinguish it from the two above described as “traditional physics arguments”.
Added a talk to references
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