### Table 1. Comparison between M-IBE and BF-IBE

2007

"... In PAGE 8: ... Table1 summarizes the above comparison between our M-IBE scheme and the BF- IBE scheme.... ..."

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### Table 1. Comparison between M-IBE and BF-IBE

2007

"... In PAGE 8: ... Table1 summarizes the above comparison between our M-IBE scheme and the BF- IBE scheme.... ..."

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### Table 3: Tradeoff between ciphertext size and efficiency for our IBE variants.

2006

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### Table 2. Oracle Set O2 in the Definitions of the Notions for IBE

2005

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### Table 2. Oracle Set O2 in the Definitions of the Notions for IBE

2005

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### Table 1: Means, Medians, and Standard Deviations of Variables in Compustat and I/B/E/S Samples

"... In PAGE 18: ... 4 Empirical Results 4.1 Sample Statistics Table1 provides the mean, median and standard deviation for the key variables in the two samples that we use. Column 1, labeled Compustat , presents summary statistics for the larger sample that consists of firms with the necessary Compustat data, irre- spective of whether I/B/E/S data are available.... ..."

### Table 1. First blind test

"... In PAGE 6: ... We presented the users with the paths and the three sets (unlabeled) in random order and asked them to rate them as indifferent (i), useful (u) or very useful (vu). The outcome is summed in Table1 (each cell lists the percentage of users that gave the particular rating for the corresponding path): Table 1. First blind test ... ..."

### Table 1. Oracle Sets O1 and O2 in the De nitions of the Notions for IBE

2005

"... In PAGE 6: ...In Table1 , we describe the ability with which the adversary in di erent attack models accesses the Extraction Oracle X(param; mk; ), the Encryption Oracle E(param; id; ) and the Decryption Oracle D(param; sk; ) . When we say Oi = fXOi; EOi; DOig = fX(param; mk; ); E(param; id; ); quot;g, where i 2 f1; 2g, we mean DOi is a function that returns an empty string quot; on any input.... ..."

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