A comparative study between the modified Fritzsch and nearest neighbor interaction textures

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Abstract

From mass textures point of view, we present a comparative study of the $\mathbf{S}_{3}$ flavor symmetry in the left-right symmetry model (LRSM) and the baryon minus lepton model (BLM) taking into account their predictions on the CKM mixing matrix. To do this, we recover the already studied quark mass matrix, that comes from some published papers, and under certain strong assumption, one can show that there are predictive scenarios in the LRSM and BLM where the modified Fritzsch and nearest neighbor interaction (NNI) textures drive respectively the quark mixings. As main result, the CKM mixing matrix is in good agreement with the last experimental data in the flavored BLM model.
Original languageAmerican English
StateIn preparation - 19 Sep 2019

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Keywords

  • Quark sector
  • masses and mixing
  • flavor symmetries
  • Gauge model

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