1     Scope 
 2     References 
 3     Definitions  
        3.1     Definitions in [ITU-T X.1081]        
        3.2     General concepts   
        3.3     Thresholds 
        3.4     Safety and security 
 4     Abbreviations, symbols and conventions   
        4.1     Abbreviations        
        4.2     Symbols used in telebiometrics       
        4.3     Conventions          
 5     Quantities and units used for more than one telebiometric modality
 6     Quantities and units for TANGO-IN and TANGO-OUT 
 7     Quantities and units for VIDEO-IN and VIDEO-OUT     
        7.1     Introductory text on dark adaptation          
        7.2     Quantities and units
 8     Quantities and units for AUDIO-IN and AUDIO-OUT    
 9     Quantities and units for CHEMO-IN and CHEMO-OUT
10     Quantities and units for RADIO-IN and RADIO-OUT   
11     Quantities and units for CALOR-IN and CALOR-OUT 
       11.1     Introductory text on body temperature      
       11.2     Quantities and units           
Annex A – Codes and templates for specifying thresholds     
        A.1     Telebiometric coding scheme for identifying thresholds       
        A.2     Table of codes for the scientific, sensory and metric layers 
        A.3     An example of the use of the codes in a table of threshold values    
Annex B – Construction of the telebiometric code     
        B.1     Structure of the model       
        B.2     The metric layer    
        B.3     The primary entities and their use in the telebiometric code 
        B.4     Closing remarks    
Annex C – Specification of the telebiometric code and its graphical symbols     
        C.1     The telebiometric codes    
        C.2     The graphics symbols for codes of telebiometric devices    
Appendix I – Explanatory notes     
        I.1        Unimodal and multimodal wetware interaction       
        I.2        Wetware protocols          
        I.3        Semi-open telebiometric systems  
        I.4        Technophobia