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Type: Artigo de periódico
Title: Combined Analysis Of νμ Disappearance And νμ→νe Appearance In Minos Using Accelerator And Atmospheric Neutrinos.
Author: Adamson, P
Anghel, I
Aurisano, A
Barr, G
Bishai, M
Blake, A
Bock, G J
Bogert, D
Cao, S V
Castromonte, C M
Cherdack, D
Childress, S
Coelho, J A B
Corwin, L
Cronin-Hennessy, D
de Jong, J K
Devan, A V
Devenish, N E
Diwan, M V
Escobar, C O
Evans, J J
Falk, E
Feldman, G J
Frohne, M V
Gallagher, H R
Gomes, R A
Goodman, M C
Gouffon, P
Graf, N
Gran, R
Grzelak, K
Habig, A
Hahn, S R
Hartnell, J
Hatcher, R
Himmel, A
Holin, A
Huang, J
Hylen, J
Irwin, G M
Isvan, Z
James, C
Jensen, D
Kafka, T
Kasahara, S M S
Koizumi, G
Kordosky, M
Kreymer, A
Lang, K
Ling, J
Litchfield, P J
Lucas, P
Mann, W A
Marshak, M L
Mayer, N
McGivern, C
Medeiros, M M
Mehdiyev, R
Meier, J R
Messier, M D
Michael, D G
Miller, W H
Mishra, S R
Moed Sher, S
Moore, C D
Mualem, L
Musser, J
Naples, D
Nelson, J K
Newman, H B
Nichol, R J
Nowak, J A
O'Connor, J
Orchanian, M
Pahlka, R B
Paley, J
Patterson, R B
Pawloski, G
Perch, A
Phan-Budd, S
Plunkett, R K
Poonthottathil, N
Qiu, X
Radovic, A
Rebel, B
Rosenfeld, C
Rubin, H A
Sanchez, M C
Schneps, J
Schreckenberger, A
Schreiner, P
Sharma, R
Sousa, A
Tagg, N
Talaga, R L
Thomas, J
Thomson, M A
Tian, X
Timmons, A
Tognini, S C
Toner, R
Torretta, D
Tzanakos, G
Urheim, J
Vahle, P
Viren, B
Weber, A
Webb, R C
White, C
Whitehead, L
Whitehead, L H
Wojcicki, S G
Zwaska, R
Abstract: We report on a new analysis of neutrino oscillations in MINOS using the complete set of accelerator and atmospheric data. The analysis combines the ν(μ) disappearance and ν(e) appearance data using the three-flavor formalism. We measure |Δm(32)(2)| = [2.28-2.46] × 10(-3) eV(2) (68% C.L.) and sin(2)θ(23) = 0.35-0.65 (90% C.L.) in the normal hierarchy, and |Δm(32)(2)| = [2.32-2.53] × 10(-3) eV(2) (68% C.L.) and sin(2)θ(23) = 0.34-0.67 (90% C.L.) in the inverted hierarchy. The data also constrain δ(CP), the θ(23} octant degeneracy and the mass hierarchy; we disfavor 36% (11%) of this three-parameter space at 68% (90%) C.L.
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Address: http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/24877929
Date Issue: 2014
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