par Aliani, Paola ;Antonelli, Vito;Picariello, Marco;Torrente-Lujan, Emilio
Référence Physical Review D - Particles, Fields, Gravitation and Cosmology, 69, 1, 013005
Publication Publié, 2004
Article révisé par les pairs
Résumé : An updated analysis of all available neutrino oscillation evidence in reactor (Kamland, first 145 days of data) and solar experiments (SK day and night spectra, global rates from Homestake, SAGE, and GALLEX) including the SNOCC and NC data is presented. In the framework of two active neutrino oscillations we determine the allowed regions in neutrino parameter space; we obtain, from the Kamland spectral shape and global signal, the following antineutrino best solution parameters: Δmλl 2,= 7.7 × 10-5 eV2,tan2 θkl = 0.98. The overall effect of the measured observed ratio R ∼ 0.6 is that the large mixing angle (LMA) region remains the only one that is still favored. Combining Kamland and solar data and assuming CPT invariance, i.e., the same mass matrix for neutrinos and antineutrinos, we obtain the following antineutrino best solution parameters (LMAI solution): Δm 2 = 7.1 × 10-5 eV2,tan2 θ = 0.47. A second solution (LMAII) appears for values Δm 2 = 1.5 × 10-4 eV2,tan2 θ = 0.48. We determine additionally individual neutrino mixing parameters and their errors from fits to marginal likelihood distributions; the values are compatible with previous results. In both methods, Χ2 minimization and marginal likelihood, the combined analysis of solar and Kamland data concludes that maximal mixing is not favored at the ∼ 3σ level at least. © 2004 The American Physical Society.