Third-generation effects on fermion mass predictions in supersymmetric grand unified theories
Relations among fermion masses and mixing angles at the scale of grand unification are modified at lower energies by renormalization group running induced by gauge and Yukawa couplings. In super-symmetric theories, the b quark and lepton Yukawa couplings, as well as the t quark coupling, may cause significant running if tan, the ratio of Higgs field expectation values, is large. We present approximate analytic expressions for the scaling factors for fermion masses and CKM matrix elements induced by all three third generation Yukawa couplings. We then determine how running caused by the third generation of fermions affects the predictions arising from three possible forms for the Yukawa coupling matrices at the GUT scale: the Georgi-Jarlskog, Giudice, and Fritzsch textures. © 1993 The American Physical Society.
Naculich, Stephen G., "Third-generation effects on fermion mass predictions in supersymmetric grand unified theories" (1993). Physics Faculty Publications. 159.