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 Jonathan L. Rosner Physics , 2000, DOI: 10.1063/1.1328890 Abstract: Some past, present, and future aspects of CP violation are reviewed. The discrete symmetries C, P, and T are introduced with an example drawn from Maxwell's Equations. The history of the discovery of CP violation in the kaon system is described briefly, and brought up-to-date with a review of recent results on kaon decays. The candidate theory of CP violation, based on phases in the Cabibbo-Kobayashi-Maskawa (CKM) matrix, will be tested by studies of $B$ mesons, both in decays to CP eigenstates and in direct'' decays; we will soon learn a great deal more about whether the CKM picture is self-consistent. Future measurements are noted and some brief remarks are made about the other'' manifestation of CP violation, the baryon asymmetry of the Universe.
 R. D. Peccei Physics , 1995, Abstract: This review of CP violation focuses on the status of the subject and its likely future development through experiments in the Kaon system and with B-decays. Although present observations of CP violation are perfectly consistent with the CKM model, we discuss the theoretical and experimental difficulties which must be faced to establish this conclusively. In so doing, theoretical predictions and experimental prospects for detecting $\Delta S=1$ CP violation through measurements of $\epsilon^\prime/\epsilon$ and of rare K decays are reviewed. The crucial role that B CP-violating experiments will play in elucidating this issue is emphasized . The importance of looking for evidence for non-CKM CP-violating phases, through a search for a non-vanishing transverse muon polarization in $K_{\mu 3}$ decays, is also stressed.
 Hitoshi Yamamoto Physics , 2001, Abstract: We review the physics of CP violation in B decays. After introducing the CKM matrix and how it causes CP violation, we cover three types of CP violation that can occur in B decays: CP violation in mixing, CP violation by mixing-decay interference, and CP violation in decay.
 M. Beneke Physics , 2002, Abstract: Several pieces of direct and indirect evidence now suggest that the Kobayashi-Maskawa mechanism plays a distinguished role for CP violation at the electroweak scale. This talk provides a general overview of CP violation in its various contexts, emphasizing CP violation in flavour-violating interactions, such as due to the Kobayashi-Maskawa mechanism. I then review a few recent theoretical developments relevant to the interpretation of CP violation.
 Xiao-Gang He Physics , 1997, Abstract: In this lecture I review the present status of CP violation in the Standard Model and some of its extensions and discuss ways to distinguish different models. Contents 1. Introduction 2. CP violation in the Standard Model 3. Test the Standard Model in B decays 4. Models for CP violation 5. The KM unitarity triangle and new physics 6. Direct CP violation in neutral Kaon system 7. The electric dipole moment 8. Partial rate asymmetry 9. Test of CP violation involving polarization measurement 10. Baryon number asymmetry 11. Conclusion
 High Energy Physics - Phenomenology , 2007, Abstract: We review some aspects of neutrino physics and CP violation both in the quark and lepton sectors.
 Physics , 2003, Abstract: We review the experimental searches and determinations of direct CP violation in meson decays and other systems.
 T. Inagaki Physics , 1994, DOI: 10.1016/0920-5632(94)90750-1 Abstract: In composite Higgs models it was pointed out that there is a possibility to violate CP symmetry dynamically. We demonstrated a simple model of dynamical CP violation in composite Higgs models. We calculated the neutron electric dipole moment in our model and the constraint for our model is discussed. (Talk presented at the Third KEK Topical Conference on CP Violation, 16-18 November, 1993. The main part of this talk is based on the work in collaboration with S. Hashimoto and T. Muta.)
 Michael Gronau Physics , 1994, DOI: 10.1016/0920-5632(94)00742-E Abstract: We review the present status of the Standard Model of CP violation, which is based on a complex phase in the Cabibbo-Kobayashi- Maskawa (CKM) matrix. So far CP violation has been observed only in $K^0-\Kbar$ mixing, consistent with a sizable phase. The implications of future CP nonconserving measurements in $K$ and $B$ decays are discussed within the model. Direct CP violation in $K\to 2\pi$ may be observed in the near future, however this would not be a powerful test of the model. $B$ decays provide a wide variety of CP asymmetry measurements, which can serve as precise tests of the Standard Model in cases where the asymmetry is cleanly related to phases of CKM matrix elements. Some of the most promising cases are discussed.
 Marc Grabalosa Gándara Physics , 2014, Abstract: Charmless B hadrons decays offer rich opportunities to test the Standard Model. CP violation in charmless charged two-body and three-body B decays provides ways to measure the CKM angle $\gamma$ and to search for New Physics. Also, vector-vector final states provide additional interesting observables. Hereby, we present the latest LHCb results on hadronic charmless B decays putting emphasis on the direct CP violation measurements.
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