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Gravity and the standard model with neutrino mixing

Chamseddine, Ali H. and Connes, Alain and Marcolli, Matilde (2007) Gravity and the standard model with neutrino mixing. Advances in Theoretical and Mathematical Physics, 11 (6). pp. 991-1089. ISSN 1095-0761. https://resolver.caltech.edu/CaltechAUTHORS:CHAatmp07

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Abstract

We present an effective unified theory based on noncommutative geometry for the standard model with neutrino mixing, minimally coupled to gravity. The unification is based on the symplectic unitary group in Hilbert space and on the spectral action. It yields all the detailed structure of the standard model with several predictions at unification scale. Besides the familiar predictions for the gauge couplings as for GUT theories, it predicts the Higgs scattering parameter and the sum of the squares of Yukawa couplings. From these relations, one can extract predictions at low energy, giving in particular a Higgs mass around 170 GeV and a top mass compatible with present experimental value. The geometric picture that emerges is that space-time is the product of an ordinary spin manifold (for which the theory would deliver Einstein gravity) by a finite noncommutative geometry F. The discrete space F is of KO-dimension 6 modulo 8 and of metric dimension 0, and accounts for all the intricacies of the standard model with its spontaneous symmetry breaking Higgs sector.


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http://dx.doi.org/10.4310/ATMP.2007.v11.n6.a3DOIArticle
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https://arxiv.org/abs/hep-th/0610241arXivDiscussion Paper
Additional Information:© 2007 International Press. It is a pleasure to acknowledge the independent preprint by John Barrett [4] with a solution of the fermion doubling problem. The first author is supported by NSF Grant Phys-0601213. The second author thanks G. Landi and T. Schucker, the third author thanks Laura Reina and Don Zagier for useful conversations. We thank the Newton Institute where part of this work was done.
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Subject Keywords:noncommutative geometry; renormalization-group; spectral action; gauge-theories; unification; relativity
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