### Table 1. Parameters of the Interference Model

"... In PAGE 5: ...he IEEE 802.15.4 and W for the IEEE 802.11b. The other parameters are listed in Table1 . The TC is the collision time.... ..."

### Table 4 Implementation of interference model

### Table 1: Interference probability

"... In PAGE 5: ... Using these values we computed the interference probability. Table1 shows the interference probability P2 for di erent group sizes, the read rate ( ) values obtained from the experiment, and for di erent read request arrival rates varying from 1 req/sec to 0:01 req/sec. Since we have assumed that the update rate is 1, the interference probability evaluates to be the same both under the exponential (M) and deterministic (D) model for the read and update times.... ..."

### Table 4: Benefits of using the cumulative interference constraints

"... In PAGE 13: ...7 Comparison of the models Table4 gives the comparison between the model including the cumulative interference constraints (columns #viol1, viol1, cpu1) with the more constrained model which replaces the cumulative interference constraints by more constrained binary interference constraints (columns #viol2, span2, cpu2) for the first 20 instances. The results are obtained with the best heuristic (Large Neighbourhood Search method).... ..."

### Table 1 Interference model: K-distributed clutter + noise

"... In PAGE 2: ... Sea clutter is generated using the K-distributed sea clutter model [1]. The sea clutter is combined with receiver noise, weather, landmass targets and jammers to obtain a composite interference as shown in Figure 1 and described in Table1 . The noise and clutter from each source are uncorrelated, so they are combined using root sum of squares.... In PAGE 3: ... Radar interference is modeled as the sum of Gaussian Noise and K-distributed Clutter. This interference model is defined in Table1 . A formula for the shape parameter (empirically derived in Reference [1].... ..."

### Table 1: Coexistence for other systems Finally, we also analyzed the resistance of the UWB system to interference from other communications devices. We found that again, a minimum distance of 1m is sufficient to allow operation with less than 8% PER.

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"... In PAGE 19: ....5m (if the desired piconet is operating in CM3 or CM4). The performance does not depend on which channel model is used for the interfering piconet. Table1 shows the coexistence of our system with other communications devices, obeying various narrowband standards. We find that if the UWB transmitter emits with the full power allowed by the FCC, it can significantly interfere with other communications devices.... ..."

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### Table 1: Coexistence for other systems Finally, we also analyzed the resistance of the UWB system to interference from other communications devices. We found that again, a minimum distance of 1m is sufficient to allow operation with less than 8% PER.

2003

"... In PAGE 21: ....5m (if the desired piconet is operating in CM3 or CM4). The performance does not depend on which channel model is used for the interfering piconet. Table1 shows the coexistence of our system with other communications devices, obeying various narrowband standards. We find that if the UWB transmitter emits with the full power allowed by the FCC, it can significantly interfere with other communications devices.... ..."

### Table 5.0-1 Estimated Likelihood of Various BT Interference Conditions

### Table VIII compares the time required to build the interference graph with Chaitin- Briggs against the various hash-table implementations.

### Table 7. Macrophage responses known to be affected by MTB interference.

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"... In PAGE 48: ... The SN macrophage model predicts eight cellular pathways that can be affected by MTB. Table7 shows that among the eight cellular responses, four have been previously reported in experimental studies. The interactions leading to those four previously identified responses are described in detail in the following sections.... In PAGE 52: ... Table7 . Known macrophage responses affected by MTB interference.... ..."