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Analysis of the Maximal CP Violation of RPV Interactions Within \(^{205}\)Tl, \(^{199}\)Hg, \(^{129}\)Xe and Neutron EDM-Constraints Using Linear Programming Method

  • N. Yamanaka
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Abstract

The parameter space of the R-parity violation (RPV) is quite large, and the analysis of the full parameter space including the usual R-parity conserving parameters is difficult. In such situations, we often allow only few parameters in the parameter space to vary for tractable phenomenological analyses, as was done in many previous works (assumptions of single coupling dominance) from which many tight constraints of the RPV couplings were derived.

Keywords

Linear Programming Method Neutron EDMs Full Parameter Space Large Theoretical Uncertainty Diamagnetic Atom 
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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Research Center for Nuclear PhysicsOsaka UniversityIbarakiJapan

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