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Quon Algebra; Infinite Statistics; Hilbert Space; Colored Permutation Group
The quon algebra is an approach to particle statistics in order to provide a theory in which the Pauli exclusion principle and Bose statistics are violated by a small amount. The quons are particles whose annihilation and creation operators obey the quon algebra which interpolates between fermions and bosons. In this paper we generalize these models by introducing a deformation of the quon algebra generated by a collection of operators $a_{i,k}$, $(i,k) \in \mathbb {N}^* \times [m]$, on an infinite dimensional vector space satisfying the deformed $q$-mutator relations $a_{j,l} a_{i,k}^{\dag } = q a_{i,k}^{\dag } a_{j,l} + q^{\beta _{k,l}} \delta _{i,j}$. We prove the realizability of our model by showing that, for suitable values of $q$, the vector space generated by the particle states obtained by applying combinations of $a_{i,k}$'s and $a_{i,k}^{\dag }$'s to a vacuum state $|0\rangle $ is a Hilbert space. The proof particularly needs the investigation of the new statistic cinv and representations of the colored permutation group.
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