I'm asking this question because I'm currently trying to learn about Super Symmetry but I'm having trouble understanding the concept of super-space and super-manifold.
I read that in super-spaces you have 2 Grassmann numbers for each coordinate.
Could anyone explain to me what these Grassmann numbers are?
And then, what's the difference between a regular manifold and a supermanifold?
This post imported from StackExchange Physics at 2017-01-11 10:42 (UTC), posted by SE-user Salvador Villarreal