Neutrino mixing predictions of a minimal SO(10) model with suppressed proton decay
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During the past year, a minimal renormalizable supersymmetric SO(10) model has been proposed with the following properties: it predicts a naturally stable dark matter and neutrino mixing angles atm and 13 while at the same time accommodating Cabibbo-Kobayashi-Maskawa CP violation among quarks with no supersymmetry (SUSY) CP problem. Suppression of proton decay for all allowed values of tan strongly restricts the flavor structure of the model making it predictive for other processes as well. We discuss the following predictions of the model in this paper, e.g. down-type quark masses, and neutrino oscillation parameters, Ue3, MNSP, which will be tested by long baseline experiments such as T2K and subsequent experiments using the neutrino beam from JPARC. We also calculate lepton flavor violation and the lepton asymmetry of the Universe in this model. 2005 The American Physical Society.