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It is analogous to the original description of SUSY, which referred to bosons and fermions. We can imagine a "bosonic Hamiltonian", whose eigenstates are the various bosons of our theory. The SUSY partner of this Hamiltonian would be "fermionic", and its eigenstates would be the theory's fermions.
Each boson would have a fermionic partner of equal energy. Additionally, SUSY has been applied to disorder averaged systems both quantum and non-quantum through statistical mechanics , the Fokker-Planck equation being an example of a non-quantum theory.
The 'supersymmetry' in all these systems arises from the fact that one is modelling one particle and as such the 'statistics' do not matter.
The use of the supersymmetry method provides a mathematical rigorous alternative to the replica trick , but only in non-interacting systems, which attempts to address the so-called 'problem of the denominator' under disorder averaging.
For more on the applications of supersymmetry in condensed matter physics see Evetov In this manner, a new class of functional optical structures with possible applications in phase matching , mode conversion  and space-division multiplexing becomes possible.
SUSY transformations have been also proposed as a way to address inverse scattering problems in optics and as a one-dimensional transformation optics  Supersymmetry in dynamical systems[ edit ] Main article: Supersymmetric theory of stochastic dynamics All stochastic partial differential equations, the models for all types of continuous time dynamical systems, possess topological supersymmetry. The topological sector of the so-emerging supersymmetric theory of stochastic dynamics can be recognized as the Witten-type topological field theory.
The meaning of the topological supersymmetry in dynamical systems is the preservation of the phase space continuity—infinitely close points will remain close during continuous time evolution even in the presence of noise.
When the topological supersymmetry is broken spontaneously, this property is violated in the limit of the infinitely long temporal evolution and the model can be said to exhibit the stochastic generalization of the butterfly effect. From a more general perspective, spontaneous breakdown of the topological supersymmetry is the theoretical essence of the ubiquitous dynamical phenomenon variously known as chaos , turbulence , self-organized criticality etc.
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