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Author Suzuki, Y. (Yoichiro)

Title Neutrino Oscillations and Their Origin : Proceedings of the 2nd International Workshop Tokyo, Japan 6-8 December 2000
Published Singapore : World Scientific Publishing Company, 2001
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Description 1 online resource (328 pages)
Contents Preface; Program Committee; Organizing Committee; Contents; NEUTRINOS FROM THE BIG-BANG, SUPERNOVAE AND THE SUN; 1 Cosmological Neutrinos: Big-Bang Nucleosynthesis, and CMB Fluctuations; 1.1 Neutrino Decoupling and Big Bang Nucleosynthesis; 1.2 Constraint from Cosmic Microwave Background; 2 Supernova Neutrinos: Explosion and R-process Nucleosynthesis; 2.1 Neutrino-Driven Winds in Type-II Supernovae; 2.2 R-process Nucleosynthesis; 2.3 Neutrino-nucleus interactions; 2.4 Neutrino oscillation; 3 References; LATEST SOLAR NEUTRINO RESULTS FROM SUPER-KAMIOKANDE; 1 Introduction
2 Measurements of Flux, Spectrum, Zenith-Angle and Seasonal Dependence2.1 Systematic Uncertainty; 3 Standard Solar Model and Neutrino Spectrum; 4 Hep Flux; 5 Constraints on Oscillation; 6 Conclusion; Acknowledgments; Appendix: Oscillation Prediction and X2; References; The hep Astrophysical Factor; 1 Introduction; 2 Interactions, Currents, and Wave Functions; 3 Results for the hep S-Factor; 4 Impact on the Super-Kamiokande Solar Neutrino Spectrum; 5 Acknowledgments; References; NUCLEAR REACTIONS IN THE SUN (EXPERIMENT); 1 Introduction; 2 Coulomb dissociation; 3 8B Breakup Experiments
3 Balloon Flight in year 20004 Gamma-Ray Flux; 4.1 Event selection; 4.2 Energy Determination; 4.3 Flux correction; 4.4 Energy Spectrum and Interaction models; 5 Conclusions; Acknowledgments; References; ABSOLUTE FLUX OF PRIMARY PROTONS ESTIMATED BY ATMOSPHERIC GAMMA-RAY OBSERVATIONS; 1 Introduction; 2 Detector; 3 Atmospheric Gamma-ray Observations; 4 Discussion; 4.1 Relation of atmospheric gamma ray to muon flux at high altitude; 4.2 Primary cosmic-ray flux estimated from observed gamma rays; References; IMPLICATION OF THE RECENT COSMIC RAY MEASUREMENTS ON THE ATMOSPHERIC NEUTRINO FLUX
4 Summary and discussionsReferences; THEORETICALLY EXPECTED SOLAR NEUTRINO FLUXES BASED ON THE SEISMIC SOLAR MODEL; 1 Introduction; 2 Equations of the Seismic Solar Model; 3 Structure of the Seismic Solar Model; 3.1 The Seismic Solar Model with a Constant Z-Profile; 3.2 The Seismic Solar Model with the Best-Fit Z-profile (the Seismic Solar Model 2000); 4 Conclusion; Acknowledgments; References; BESS RESULTS ON PRIMARY COSMIC RAY AND ATMOSPHERIC MUON FLUXES; 1 Introduction; 2 BESS Spectrometer; 3 Results; 3.1 Primary Cosmic Rays; 3.2 Atmospheric muons; 4 Conclusions; Acknowledgments
Summary The aim of this workshop was to put together the efforts from various fields necessary for understanding neutrino oscillations in detail, from both experimental and theoretical points of view. One of the main experimental issues was to understand the absolute flux of both the atmospheric and the solar neutrinos in order to obtain detailed parameter information on neutrino oscillations. The proceedings contain many discussions on phenomenology and theories about neutrino mass and oscillations. The topics include: solar neutrino oscillations; neutrino mixing and the neutrino mass matrices; the or
Notes 1 Introduction: overview of recent cosmic ray observations
Bibliography ReferencesBESS-TeV Project; 1 Introduction; 2 Design concepts; 3 Expected performance; 4 New drift chambers; 4.1 Jet-type and Inner drift chambers; 4.2 Outer drift chambers; 4.3 Readout Electronics; 5 Schedule; 6 Summary; 7 Acknowledgement; References; COSMIC RAY SPECTRUM MEASUREMENTS BY AMS; 1 Introduction; 2 Detector, data taking and analysis; 3 Measurement results; 3.1 Primary spectrum; 3.2 Second spectrum; 4 Conclusion: AMS on the space station; Acknowledgments; References; ABSOLUTE FLUX OF ATMOSPHERIC NEUTRINOS ESTIMATED BY GAMMA-RAY OBSERVATIONS; 1 Introduction; 2 Detector
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Author Kaneyuki, K
Miura, Noboru.
Nakahata, M. (Masayuki)
ISBN 9789812810786