Universal Seesaw Mass Matrix Model with an S 3 Symmetry

@inproceedings{Koide1999UniversalSM,
  title={Universal Seesaw Mass Matrix Model with an S 3 Symmetry},
  author={Yoshio Koide},
  year={1999}
}
Stimulated by the phenomenological success of the universal seesaw mass matrix model, where the mass terms for quarks and leptons f i (i = 1, 2, 3) and hypothetical super-heavy fermions 

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