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 adj. Of, pertaining to, or resembling a boson.
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The original string theory—called bosonic string theory—was certainly a concoction.

The presence of the host lattice and its thermal and magnetic excitations that consist of phonons and magnons, respectivelyknown collectively as the 'bosonic' fieldcan affect the excitons considerably.

Now we might address this issue by considering our cosmology universe as a four dimensional spacetime embedded in a 26 dimensional bosonic spacetime or equivalently a 10 dimensional superspacetime.

This can occur on the bosonic level as well, which is what we have here.

If the field is just a way of computing the symmetry of the bosonic field, such as with photons, then there are no real fields which couple back on the electron.

In spite of having painstakingly developed the standard model of real fermionic and bosonic matter, they were ready to accept the existence of a third kind of matter i.e. dark matter, in order to account for the unusual behavior of gravity, while all the time having known that they could not unite gravity into the standard particle model.

The bosonic fields in the quantumphysical world are much simpler and of a definite nature which cannot be said for the interactive social systems and therefore such extensions can be spurious or specious.

The system here under discussion (free open bosonic string) is exactly defined by imposing constraints on an infinite set of quantum oscillators.

Formally, the (free open bosonic) string is defined as an infinite collection of quantum oscillators together with a set of gauge transformations (generated by constraints).

Volume 156, No. 3 (1993), 435) then you need to encode your unbounded operators into an algebra of bounded operators (C*algebra), so you can have access to different representations, and this can be done too, at least for the open bosonic string (cf. Comm.
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