Masses of Fundamental Particles: Cargèse 1996 by Daniel Treille (auth.), Maurice Lévy, Jean Iliopoulos,

By Daniel Treille (auth.), Maurice Lévy, Jean Iliopoulos, Raymond Gastmans, Jean-Marc Gérard (eds.)

Boson lots within the ordinary version; D. Treille. Non-Commutative Geometry and the interior house of Gauge Theories; T. Krajewski. best Quark Mass; J.L. Rosner. Unified Theories of Flavour with U(2) as Horizontal crew; A. Romanino. Heavy-Quark plenty; M. Neubert. Light-Quark lots; H. Leutwyler. susceptible Matrix parts at the Lattice: contemporary advancements in K-Physics; M. Talevi. Lepton Universality; A.Pich. Neutrino Mass; R.L. Mössbauer. Gallex Neutrino Observations and Its Implications on sun Neutrino Spectroscopy; M. Altmann. Double Beta Decay Research-Present and destiny; Y.G. Zdesenko. Neutrino Mass types with an Abelian family members Symmetry; S. Lavignac. darkish subject; J. Silk. points of darkish subject Direct Detection; L.Baudis, et al. lots past the normal version; D. Delepne. BPS States in Superstrings with Spontaneously damaged SUSY; C. Kounnas. Gaugino Condensation, Loop Corrections, and S-Duality Constraint; K.Saririan. Sme New Salient good points of Deep-Inelastic Scattering at HERA; J. Feltesse. choice of the Gluon constitution functionality utilizing Tagged attraction occasions in Deep-Inelastic EP Collisions; C. Adloff. The constitution of the Proton Phenomenology; L. Schoeffel. Experimental Physics as LHC pp Collider; J.-J. Aubert. Index.

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Masses of Fundamental Particles: Cargèse 1996

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3. Poincare Duality and Right-Handed Neutrinos Although the axiom of Poincare duality seems to be a rather abstract mathematical requirement, it has a deep physiscal significance in the standard model case. Indeed, it is at loggerheads with the addition of a right-handed Dirac neutrino to the standard model. To check that Poincare duality holds for the standard model, let us define three hermitian and minimal projections of A by Pt = {I2,0,0) P2 = {0,1,0) P3 = (O,O,e), where e is the elementary matrix of M3 (1C) whose only non vanishing entry e11 is set equal to 1.

Aj. e. e. the two previous representations are the fundamental ones. A by ( u1 , ... , UN) where u; E SO(n;). Then, it is easy matter to see that any spinor tPij E 1l;j carries two internal indices a E {1, ... , n;} and /3 E {1, ... , nj} and that under gauge transformation it becomes 37 where u'('~ and uf6 are the entries of the matrices u; E SO( n;) and Uj E SO( ni ). Since all spinors of 1i can be written as sums of such t/;;j, the fermionic representation is a direct sum of tensor products of two fundamental representations of the groups SO(n;).

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