Superconformal Spin/Field Theories: When Vector Spaces have same Dimensions: Part 1, Note Quote.

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Sheaves in a field?

The formalism of sheaf theory for the description of complex manifolds and holomorphic bundles was applied to physics by Roger Penrose, in his development of twistor theory. In twistor theory a spacetime point is represented by a certain kind of subspace, i.e. a non-local object. The process of quantization in twistor space leads to a description in which the points of spacetime become “fuzzy”, but certain relations associated with the causal structure are preserved. A possible mathematical model of such a structure is given by a sheaf where the partial sections represent the fuzzy points, global sections giving precise points.