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S3 GROUP MIXING (TRI-MAX. MIXING) GENERALISES TBM:
SYMMETRIC S3 GROUP: NAT. REP.
S3 GROUP MATRIX: NAT. REP. RETRO-CIRC. TRI- CIRC. MAX. MIXING (FLAVOUR BASIS) = S3 GROUP MIXING
S3 GROUP MIXING (TRI-MAX. MIXING) GENERALISES TBM:
CYCLIC C3 GROUP: NAT. REP.
C3 GROUP MATRIX: NAT. REP. CIRCULANT TRIMAX. MIXING
TRI-MAXIMAL MIXING: “ We are probably far from this….. but not very far…” N. Cabibbo: Lepton-Photon 2001 HPS PLB 349 (1995) 357 N. Cabibbo PL 72B (1978) 222. (cf. C3 CHARACTER TABLE)
S3 CLASS ALGEBRA: NAT. REP.
S3 CLASS MATRIX: NAT. REP. TRI-BI-MAX. MIXING MASS BASIS)(
(= TRI-BI-MAX. MIXING)
NAT. REP. S3 CLASS OPERATORS:
CLAS-MATRIX: NAT. REP. S3 TRI-BI-MAX. MIXING ( FLAVOUR BASIS )
A VARIATIONAL PRINCIPLE IN ACTION? SYMMETRIES OF NEUTRINO MIXING: P. F. Harrison, D. H. Perkins and W. G. Scott Phys. Lett. B 530 (2002) 167. hep-ph/
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= the matrix for T relative to the standard basis is a basis for R 2. B is the matrix for T relative to To find B, complete:
1 times table 2 times table 3 times table 4 times table 5 times table 6 times table 7 times table 8 times table 9 times table 10 times table.
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