Antusch, Stefan and King, S.F.
New Journal of Physics, 6, . (doi:10.1088/1367-2630/6/1/110).
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We review the mechanism of sequential right-handed neutrino dominance proposed in the framework of the type I see-saw mechanism to account for bi-large neutrino mixing and a neutrino mass hierarchy in a natural way. We discuss how sequential dominance (SD) may also be applied to the right-handed charged leptons, which alternatively allows for bi-large lepton mixing from the charged lepton sector. We review how such SD models may be upgraded to include type II see-saw contributions, resulting in a partially degenerate neutrino mass spectrum with the bi-large lepton mixing arising from SD. We also summarize the model-building applications and the phenomenological implications of SD.
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