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Taking account of possible CP violation, we discuss about the constraints on the lepton mixing angles from the neutrinoless double beta decay and from the neutrino oscillation for the three flavour Majorana neutrinos. From the CHORUS oscillation experiment, combined with the data of neutrinoless double beta decay, we show that the large angle solution of (\theta_{23}) is improbable if the neutrino mass (m_3) of the third generation is a candidate of hot dark matters.

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We present a necessary condition on the solar oscillation amplitude for CP violation to be detectable through neutrinoless double beta (0\nu\beta\beta) decay. It depends only on the fractional uncertainty in the \nu_e-\nu_e element of the neutrino mass matrix. We demonstrate that even under very optimistic assumptions about the sensitivity of future experiments to the absolute neutrino mass scale, and on the precision with which nuclear matrix elements that contribute to 0\nu\beta\beta decay are calculable, it will be impossible to detect neutrino CP violation arising from Majorana phases.

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Leptogenesis in left-right symmetric theories is studied. The usual see-saw mechanism is modified by the presence of a left-handed Higgs triplet. A simple connection between the properties of the light left-handed and heavy right-handed neutrinos is found. Predictions of this scenario for neutrinoless double beta decay and terrestrial CP violation in long-baseline experiments are given. These observables can in principle distinguish different realizations of the model.

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We argue three-flavour neutrino mixing. We consider the neutrinos as Majorana particles and see how the neutrinoless double beta decay constrains the neutrino mixing angles. Our formulation is widely valid and is applied to the neutrino oscillation experiment.

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We illustrate the graphical method that gives the constraints on the parameters appearing in the neutrino oscillation experiments and the neutrinoless double beta decay. This method is applicable in three and four generations. Though this method is valid for more general case, we examine explicitly the cases in which the CP violating factors take $\pm 1$ or $\pm i$ in the neutrinoless double beta decay for illustrative clearance. We also discuss some mass matrix models which lead to the above CP violating factors.

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We investigate the reactions $e^-e^- \rightarrow W_i^-W_j^-$ for various gauge bosons production processes in the frame of the standard model with additional right-handed neutrinos and the Left-Right symmetric model. The present bounds on the various model parameters are taken into account. The question of the cross section behaviour for large energy and the CP violation problems are discussed.

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Assuming mixing of three massive Majorana neutrinos, we study the implications of the neutrino oscillation solutions of the solar and atmospheric neutrino problems and of the results of the CHOOZ experiment for the predictions of the effective Majorana mass in neutrinoless double beta decay, |< m >|. The general case of CP-nonconservation is investigated. The predicted values of |< m >|, depend strongly on the type of the neutrino mass spectrum, on the solution of the solar neutrino problem, as well as on the values of the two Majorana CP-violating phases, present in the lepton mixing matrix. We find that i) $|< m >| \lesssim 0.02 $eV for a hierarchical neutrino mass spectrum, ii) $|< m >| \lesssim 0.09 $eV if the spectrum is of the inverted hierarchy type, and iii) $|< m >| \leq m$ in the case of three quasi-degenerate neutrinos, m > 0 being the common neutrino mass scale which is limited by the bounds from the $^3$H $\beta-$decay experiments, $m < 2.5 $eV. The observation of the $(\beta \beta)_{0\nu}-$decay with a rate corresponding to $|< m >| \gtrsim 0.02 $eV can provide unique information on the neutrino mass spectrum and on the CP-violation in the lepton sector, and if CP-invariance holds - on the relative CP-parities of the massive Majorana neutrinos.

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Assuming 3-neutrino mixing and massive Majorana neutrinos, we present some implications of the neutrino oscillation solutions of the solar and atmospheric neutrino problems and the results of the CHOOZ experiment for the predictions of the neutrinoless double-beta decay rate. If the present or upcoming searches of neutrinoless double-beta decay give a positive result, the Majorana nature of massive neutrinos will be established. From the determination of the value of the effective Majorana mass, it would be possible to obtain information on the neutrino mass spectrum. With additional information on the absolute value of neutrino masses, it might be possible to infer if CP-parity is violated in the lepton sector.

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Assuming four-neutrino mixing and massive Majorana neutrinos, we study the implications of the neutrino oscillation solutions of the solar and atmospheric neutrino problems, of the results of the LSND experiment and of the constraints on neutrino oscillations, obtained in reactor and accelerator experiments, for the predictions of the effective Majorana mass in neutrinoless double beta (\betabeta-)decay, \meff. All 4-neutrino mass spectra compatible with the existing neutrino mass and oscillation data are considered. The general case of CP-nonconservation is investigated. We have also analyzed in detail the question of whether a measurement of $\meff \gtap 0.01$ eV in the next generation of \betabeta-decay experiments (NEMO3, CUORE, EXO, GENIUS), combined with the data from the solar, atmospheric, reactor and accelerator neutrino oscillation experiments and from the future neutrino mass $^3$H $\beta-$decay experiment KATRIN would allow, and under what conditions, i) to determine the absolute values of the neutrino masses and thus the neutrino mass spectrum, and ii) to establish the existence of CP-violation in the lepton sector. For certain 4-neutrino mass spectra there exists a direct relation between \meff or the lightest neutrino mass $m_1$ and the neutrino mass measured in $^3$H $\beta-$decay, $m_{\nu_e}$, and the measurement of $\meff \gtap 0.01$ eV and of $m_{\nu_e} \gtap 0.4$ eV will give the unique possibility to determine the absolute values of all four neutrino masses and to obtain information on CP-violation in the lepton sector.

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We consider recently observed neutrinoless double beta decay in the context of the minimal supersymmetric standard model with R-parity violating couplings lambda^{'}. We observe that most of the current experimental bounds on the R-parity violating couplings do not exclude the possibility that the neutrinoless double beta decay is caused by R-parity violation. But if we consider K-bar{K} oscillation, we observe that we have to make the R-parity violating couplings generation-dependent to accomodate with the observed neutrinoless double beta decay. And furthermore, we need some mechanism to cancel the contribution to K-bar{K} mixing from a large R-parity violating coupling. We realized this cancellation by assuming that the first- and the second- generation of quark sector do not couple with the first-generation lepton sector by R-parity violating couplings except the term W=lambda_{111}^{'} L_{1} Q_{1} D_{1}^{c}, which is responsible for the observed neutrinoless double beta decay.