### Table II Network Topologies

### Table 2: Network topologies

### Table 6. Unique Network Topologies

"... In PAGE 6: ...able 5. Attacker Classification ..................................................................................................... 42 Table6 .... In PAGE 90: ... Since the number of elements that determine the symmetric topology are half that of the asymmetric case, we calculate the number of symmetric topologies using Equation 3: 2N(N-1)/2. (3) Following Equations 2 and 3, Table6 indicates the total unique network topologies that must be generated and evaluated to ensure all possible message event sequences for a given network size N. These topologies range from fully disconnected, with no links, to fully connected, where each node connects to all other nodes.... ..."

### Table 1: Network Topology information for example networks

1995

"... In PAGE 12: ... We use here three realistic example networks which we have used in other work [33]; these example networks are extracted from an actual voice network spanning the continental US. Topological information for these example networks are given in Table1 (also see Figs. 2, 3 and 4).... ..."

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### Table 1. Different Network Topology

"... In PAGE 6: ..., 2 are 2.0, 1.0, and 1.5 respectively. We will compare the end-to-end delays of different topologies NT1 to NT6 listed in Table1 . The Concord algorithm is used at the receivers.... ..."

### Table 1. Different Network Topology

"... In PAGE 6: ..., 2 are 2.0, 1.0, and 1.5 respectively. We will compare the end-to-end delays of different topologies NT1 to NT6 listed in Table1 . The Concord algorithm is used at the receivers.... ..."

### Table 1: Network Topology information for example networks

1997

"... In PAGE 15: ... To obtain the results, we use three realistic example networks which we have used in other studies [31]; these example networks are extracted from an actual voice network spanning the continental US. Topological information for these example networks are given in Table1 (also see Figures 2, 3 and 4). [Note that in these networks a circle and a square together means that an ATM switching node is co-located (same city) with an ATM cross-connect node.... ..."

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### Table 1. Network Topology Setup

2003

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