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It is well known how to present solutions on the heat equation using the path integral (including the case of Riemannian manifold).

Is there a way to present solutions of the Dirac equation using path integral?

Here I assume that there is a distinguished time coordinate orthogonal to spatial coordinates. If necessary one may assume that the metric is Riemannian (rather than Minkowskian).

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