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The approach is developed, for instance, by the authors of Ref. . The idea to use spinor variables in Finsler spaces is due to Y. Takano (1983)  (see the monograph  for details, discussions, and references related to further contributions by T. Ono and Y. Takano, P. Stavrinos and V. Balan, who used 2–spinor variables but do not defined and do not proved the existence of general Clifford structures induced by Finsler metrics and connections; the spinor variables constructions, in that monograph, are compared with the S.