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Title
Muon g-2, dark matter, and neutrino mass explanations in a modular A4 symmetry
KIAS Author
Kim, Jongkuk,Kang, Dong Woo,Kim, Jongkuk
Journal
PHYSICS OF THE DARK UNIVERSE, 2024
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Abstract
We study a successful model to explain the muon anomalous magnetic moment originating from Yukawa-type interactions in a supersymmetric theory. Thanks to a modular A4 flavor symmetry, any lepton flavor violations that spoil the model are forbidden. We also investigate a predictive radiative seesaw model including a dark matter (DM) candidate. At first, we construct the minimum model to satisfy the neutrino oscillation data and obtain several predictions such as Dirac CP and Majorana phases, the neutrino masses through chi 2 analysis. However, the minimum model would not provide our promising DM candidate. Thus, we minimally extend the model and find a good DM candidate. In the extended framework, we show the allowed regions to satisfy the muon anomalous magnetic moment and the observed relic density of dark matter in addition to predictions of the lepton sector.