Flavor at the TeV scale with extra dimensions

@article{ArkaniHamed2000FlavorAT,
  title={Flavor at the TeV scale with extra dimensions},
  author={Nima Arkani-Hamed and Lawrence J. Hall and David Ryan Smith and Neal Weiner},
  journal={Physical Review D},
  year={2000},
  volume={61},
  pages={116003}
}
Theories where the Standard Model fields reside on a 3-brane, with a low fundamental cut-off and extra dimensions, provide alternative solutions to the gauge hierarchy problem. However, generating flavor at the TeV scale while avoiding flavor-changing difficulties appears prohibitively difficult at first sight. We argue to the contrary that this picture allows us to lower flavor physics close to the TeV scale. Small Yukawa couplings are generated by ``shining'' badly broken flavor symmetries… Expand

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