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  • Neutrino Masses and Mixing Matrix from SU (1, 1) Horizontal Symmetry

    INOUE Kenzo , YAMASHITA Nao-aki , Physics Department Kyushu University , Physics Department Kyushu University

    A new mechanism is proposed to explain neutrino masses and their mixing via SU(1,1) horizontal symmetry breaking. Based on this mechanism, the smallness of neutrino masses is realized and a hierarchic …

    Progress of Theoretical Physics 110(6), 1087-1094, 2003-12-25

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  • Mass Hierarchy from SU(1,1) Horizontal Symmetry

    INOUE Kenzo , YAMASHITA Naoaki , Department of Physics Kyushu University , Department of Physics Kyushu University

    A new mechanism for the generation of the chiral generations is proposed based on the SU(1, 1)horizontal gauge symmetry. The appearance of the chiral generations is controlled by the coupling constant …

    Progress of Theoretical Physics 104(3), 677-689, 2000-09-25

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  • Model of Generations of Quarks and Leptons

    INOUE Kenzo

    A model for the spontaneous generation of the chiral generations of quarks and leptons is presented in a framework of supersymmetric theory based on the noncompact horizontal gauge symmetry G_H = SU(1 …

    Progress of theoretical physics 123, 319-326, 1996-09-25

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  • Generations of Quarks and Leptons from Noncompact Horizontal Symmetry

    INOUE Kenzo , Yukawa Institute for Theoretical Physics Kyoto University

    The three chiral generations of quarks and leptons may be generated through a spontaneous breakdown of the noncompact horizontal gauge symmetry G_H which governs, together with the standard gauge symm …

    Progress of Theoretical Physics 93(2), 403-416, 1995-02-25

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  • Mass Degeneracy of Squarks and Sleptons in Supergravity

    Kenzo INOUE , Masahiro YAMAGUCHI , Tsutomu YANAGIDA , Department of Physics Tohoku University , Department of Physics Tohoku University , Department of Physics Tohoku University

    Mass degeneracy of squarks and sleptons is discussed in the framework of Einstein supergravity. It is shown that under plausible assumptions, the mass degeneracy naturally occurs even in the supergrav …

    Progress of Theoretical Physics 86(3), p717-723, 1991-09

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  • Higgs as (Pseudo-) Goldstone Particles Revisited

    Kenzo INOUE , Akira KAKUTO , Department of Physics Kyushu University , Department of Liberal Arts Kinki University in Kyushu

    Phenomenological consequences of a minimal supersymmetric model coupled to the N=1 supergravity, in which Higgs fields are assigned to (pseudo-) Nambu-Goldstone particles associated with a suitable gl …

    Progress of Theoretical Physics 85(3), p661-669, 1991-03

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  • String Interactions on Non-Abelian Orbifold

    Kenzo INOUE , Shuji NIMA , Department of Physics Kyushu University , Department of Physics Kyushu University

    The systematic prescription for the construction of the tree-level multi-string amplitude on general non-Abelian orbifold is given. The method is applied to some typical examples with the special inte …

    Progress of Theoretical Physics 84(4), p702-727, 1990-10

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  • Zero Mode and Modular Invariace in String on Non-Abelian Orbifold

    Kenzo INOUE , Shuji NIMA , Hiroshi TAKANO , Department of Physics Kyushu University , Department of Physics Kyushu Universtiy , Department of Physics Osaka Unviersity

    Path integral and operator formalism are discussed for the closed Bosonic string on orbifold whose dividing group may be non-abelian and have invariant subspace. The one-loop vacuum amplitude is calcu …

    Progress of Theoretical Physics 80(5), p881-896, 1988-11

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  • Non-Abelian Orbifolds

    Kenzo INOUE , Makoto SAKAMOTO , Hiroshi TAKANO , Department of Physics Kyushu University , Research Institute for Fundamental Physics Kyoto University , Department of Physics Kyushu University

    The modular transformation property of the vacuum amplitudes of the closed bosonic string theories compactified on orbifolds are investigated for both abelian and non-abelian cases. It is shown that t …

    Progress of Theoretical Physics 78(4), p908-922, 1987-10

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  • Higgs as(Pseudo-)Goldstone Particles

    INOUE K. , Akira KAKUTO , Hiroshi TAKANO , Department of Physics Kyusu University , Kyushu Department of Engineering Kinki University , Department of Physics Kyusu University

    Higgs scalars may be (pseudo-) Goldstone particles related to a spontaneous breakdown of a global symmetry which contains grand unified gauge group as a subgroup. This hypothesis gives severe constrai …

    Progress of Theoretical Physics 75(3), p664-676, 1986-03

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  • Renormalization of Supersymmetry Breaking Parameters Revisited

    Kenzo INOUE , Akira KAKUTO , Hiromasa KOMATSU , Seiichiro TAKESHITA , Department of Physics Kyushu University , The Second Department of Engineering Kinki University , Institute for Nuclear Study University of Tokyo , Department of Physics Kyushu University

    The full renormalization group equations in the minimal SU(3)×SU(2)×U(1) gauge model with softly broken supersymmetry, which are originally given in the paper [Prog. Theor. Phys. 68 (1982), 927] are r …

    Progress of Theoretical Physics 71(2), p413-416, 1984-02

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  • Weak-Symmetry Breaking in Locally Supersymmetric Grand Unified Theories

    Kenzo INOUE , Akira KAKUTO , Seiichiro TAKESHITA , Department of Physics Kyushu University , The Second Department of Engineering Kinki University , Department of Physics Kyushu University

    A possibility of the radiative breaking of the weak gauge symmetry is studied in the framework of grand unified theories coupled to the N=1 supergravity. Some supersymmetry breaking mass parameters in …

    Progress of Theoretical Physics 71(2), p348-363, 1984-02

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  • Aspects of Grand Unified Models with Softly Broken Supersymmetry

    INOUE K. , Akira KAKUTO , Hiromasa KOMATSU , Seiichiro TAKESHITA , Department of Physics Kyushu University , The Second Department of Engineering Kinki University , Department of Physics Kyushu University , Department of Physics Kyushu University

    The minimal SU(3)×SU(2)×SU(1) gauge model with softly broken supersymmetry is studied in the framework of the standard grand unification. It is assumed that the supersymmetry is left intact at an ener …

    Progress of Theoretical Physics 68(3), p927-946, 1982-09

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  • Low Energy Parameters and Particle Masses in a Supersymmetric Grand Unified Model

    INOUE K. , Akira KAKUTO , Hiromasa KOMATSU , Seiichiro TAKESHITA , Department of Physics Kyushu University , The Second Department of Engineering Kinki University , Department of Physics Kyushu University , Department of Physics Kyushu University

    In the framework of the supersymmetric SU(3)_c×SU(2)×U(1) gauge theory and the standard grand unification, the fermion mass ratio m_b/m_τ and the upper bound of the top quark mass are calculated by me …

    Progress of Theoretical Physics 67(6), p1889-1898, 1982-06

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  • Variety of Solutions of ′t Hooft′s Metacolor

    Seiichiro TAKESHITA , Hiromasa KOMATSU , Akira KAKUTO , Kenzo INOUE , Department of Physics Kyushu University , Department of Physics Kyushu University , The Second Department of Engineering Kinki University , Department of Physics Kyushu University

    The detailed features of 't Hooft's metacolor gauge theories based on simple or semisimple groups are investigated on the assumptions of nonexoticity and the Appelquist-Carrazone decoupling condition. …

    Progress of Theoretical Physics 66(6), p2221-2233, 1981-12

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  • Radiative Corrections for W→eν ̄ Decay in the Weinberg-Salam Model

    Kenzo INOUE , Akira KAKUTO , Hiromasa KOMATSU , Seiichiro TAKESHITA , Deparment of Physics Kyushu University , The Second Department of Engineering Kinki University , Deparment of Physics Kyushu University , Deparment of Physics Kyushu University

    The one-loop corrections for the W→eν^^- decay rate are calculated in the Weinberg-Salam model with arbitrary number of generations. The on-shell renormalization prescription and the't Hooft-Feynman g …

    Progress of Theoretical Physics 64(3), p1008-1025, 1980-09

  • Perturbation Constraint on Particle Masses in the Weinberg-Salam Model with Two Massless Higgs Doublets

    Kenzo INOUE , Akira KAKUTO , Yoshimasa NAKANO , Department of Physics Kyusyu University , The Second Department of Engineering Kinki University

    The Weinberg-Salam model with two Higgs doublets is investigated. The spontaneous breakdown of the gauge symmetry is assumed to be produced by the Coleman-Weinberg mechanism, keeping gauge hierarchies …

    Progress of Theoretical Physics 63(1), p234-245, 1980-01

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  • Radiative Corrections for Yukawa Couplings and Masses of Leptons and Quarks in Grand Unified Model

    Kenzo INOUE , Akira KAKUTO , Yoshimasa NAKANO , Department of Physics Kyusyu University , The Second Department of Engineering Kinki University , The Second Department of Engineering Kinki University

    Progress of theoretical physics = Progress of theoretical physics 62(1), 307-309, 1979-07-25

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  • Embedding Weak-Hypercharge in Strong Gauge Group

    Kenzo INOUE , Akira KAKUTO , Hiromasa KOMATSU , Yoshimasa NAKANO , Department of Physics Kyushyu University , The Second Department of Engineering Kinki University , Department of Physics Kyushyu University , The Second Department of Engineering Kinki University

    One of the possibilities for the quantization of electric charge of elementary particles is that the abelian factor G_A of weak and electromagnetic gauge group G_W×G_A is united with the color gauge g …

    Progress of Theoretical Physics 60(5), p1504-1520, 1978-11

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  • Muon Anomalous Magnetic Moment in an SU(3)×U(1) Gauge Model

    Kenzo INOUE , Akira KAKUTO , Hiromasa KOMATSU , Yoshimasa NAKANO , Department of Physics Kyusyu University , The Second Department of Engineering Kinki University , Department of Physics Kyusyu University , Department of Physics Kyusyu University

    Progress of theoretical physics = Progress of theoretical physics 60(2), 627-628, 1978-08-25

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