The Flavor of a Little Higgs a la T-parity

Many little Higgs models are stringently constrained by electroweak precision tests. It has recently been shown that these constraints can be alleviated by the introduction of a discrete symmetry dubbed T-parity. Implementation of this discrete symmetry requires the introduction of new fermions at the TeV scale which have an associated flavor structure. This talk will describe this structure, and the associated constraints from studies of neutral meson mixing.
hep group
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