### Table 2.Table Showing Means and Standard deviations of Gaussian Distributions of Sensors

2004

"... In PAGE 4: ... Similarly, (10) where if ; and if . The distributions assumed in this paper to model the detection process for the biometric sensors is gaussian and given in the Table2 . The distributions are drawn at random and do not pertain to any real biometric sensors.... In PAGE 8: ...4. RESULTS AND DISCUSSION The sensor suite with sensors having distributions as given in Table2 are made available to the agents. The transac- tion times for the sensors are given in the Table 6.... ..."

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### Table 2. Characteristic of distributed tactile sensor

"... In PAGE 6: ... The sensor is composed of grid-pattern electrodes and uses conductive ink in which the electric resistance changes in proportion to the pressure on the top and bottom of a thin film. A sensor developed in cooperation with the Nitta Corporation for the KH Hand is shown in Figure 7, and its characteristics are shown in Table2... ..."

### Table 4: Time to map sensor locations. (ISC sensor distribution)

2005

"... In PAGE 12: ...Summary and Consequences Perhaps the most interesting results of the simulations using the addresses monitored by the ISC presented in Table4 are the cases of discovering the exact set of mon- itored addresses in about a month with low bandwidth and in about three days with high bandwidth. The conse- quences of a malicious user successfully mapping a set of sensors are severe.... ..."

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### Table 4: Time to map sensor locations. (ISC sensor distribution)

"... In PAGE 12: ...Summary and Consequences Perhaps the most interesting results of the simulations using the addresses monitored by the ISC presented in Table4 are the cases of discovering the exact set of mon- itored addresses in about a month with low bandwidth and in about three days with high bandwidth. The conse- quences of a malicious user successfully mapping a set of sensors are severe.... ..."

### Table 1 Characteristics of distributed tactile sensor Number of detecting points

"... In PAGE 2: ...ig. 3. The tactile sensor has grid pattern electrodes that use conductive ink in which the electric resistance changes in proportion to the pressure on the top and bottom of a thin film. The characteristics of the tactile sensor are shown in Table1 . The number of detecting points on the palm, the thumb, and each of the fingers is 312, 72, and 60, respectively, and the total number of measurement points is 624.... ..."

### Table 1. Uniformly distributed random sensor deployment statistics for 50 instances using 1/d2 sensing model.

2002

"... In PAGE 15: ... Uniformly Distributed Random Sensor Deployment To create random sensor placements, we use two uniform random variables X and Y to compute the coordinates (xi,yi) of each sensor si in the field. The results in Table1 and Table 2 show the mean, median, and standard devia- tion (m) of exposure and path length calculated for 50 such cases. Table 1 lists results for varying number of sensors using the 1/d2 (K=2) model and Table 2 lists the results for the 1/d4 (K=4) sensing model.... In PAGE 15: ... The results in Table 1 and Table 2 show the mean, median, and standard devia- tion (m) of exposure and path length calculated for 50 such cases. Table1 lists results for varying number of sensors using the 1/d2 (K=2) model and Table 2 lists the results for the 1/d4 (K=4) sensing model. Both tables include results for the IA and IC intensity models.... ..."

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### Table 3 The required number of sensors PBDR0:95 for the LCFA scenario, where the sensors are distributed uniformly

### Table 5 The required number of sensors for PBDR0:95 for the HCFA scenario, where the sensors are distributed uniformly

### Table 2. Uniformly distributed random sensor deployment statistics for 50 instances using 1/d4 sensing model.

2002

"... In PAGE 15: ... The results in Table 1 and Table 2 show the mean, median, and standard devia- tion (m) of exposure and path length calculated for 50 such cases. Table 1 lists results for varying number of sensors using the 1/d2 (K=2) model and Table2 lists the results for the 1/d4 (K=4) sensing model. Both tables include results for the IA and IC intensity models.... ..."

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