Flavor and CP from String Theory

@inproceedings{Nilles2021FlavorAC,
  title={Flavor and CP from String Theory},
  author={H. P. Nilles and S. Ramos-S{\'a}nchez and Patrick K. S. Vaudrevange},
  year={2021}
}
Modular transformations of string theory are shown to play a crucial role in the discussion of discrete flavor symmetries in the Standard Model. They include CP transformations and provide a unification of CP with traditional flavor symmetries within the framework of the “eclectic flavor” scheme. The unified flavor group is non-universal in moduli space and exhibits the phenomenon of “Local Flavor Unification”, where different sectors of the theory (like quarks and leptons) can be subject to… 
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