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Title: Theoretical Models of Neutrino Mixing: Recent Developments
Authors: Altarelli, Guido
Keywords: Particle Physics
Neutrino
Mass
Mixing
Models
Issue Date: 2009
Publisher: PaperGraph
Pages: 377-396
Abstract: The data on neutrino mixing are at present compatible with Tri-Bimaximal (TB) mixing. If one takes this indication seriously then the models that lead to TB mixing in first approximation are particularly interesting and A4 models are prominent in this list. However, the agreement of TB mixing with the data could still be an accident. We discuss a recent model based on S4 where Bimaximal mixing is instead valid at leading order and the large corrections needed to reproduce the data arise from the diagonalization of charged leptons. The value of $\theta_{13}$ could distinguish between the two alternatives.
Description: Citazioni 16 (Source: SPIRES, Date 7.7.2010)
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/2307/297
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