Table of Contents

 1     Scope        
 2     References             
 3     Definitions
        3.1     Terms defined elsewhere      
        3.2     Terms defined in this Recommendation          
 4     Abbreviations and acronyms           
 5     Overview of the telebiometric multimodal model    
 6     The 1-m radius biosphere and the personal privacy sphere   
        6.7     Summary of this component of the model      
 7     Modalities of interactions  
       7.11     Relation to biometric device standardization 
 8     Fields of study        
        8.4     Summary of this component of the model      
 9     Measurable entities            
        9.1     Units employed in measurements, calculations and threshold specifications     
        9.2     Specification of thresholds for security and safety       
10     Scale hierarchies and particle and wave interactions           
       10.7     Summary of this component of the model     
11     The telebiometric multimodal model: a three-layer model  
      11.11     Summary of this component of the model    
12     Object identifier assignments         
Annex A – Formal ASN.1 OID allocations    
        A.1     General        
        A.2     ASN.1 module           
Appendix I – ISO/IEC 80000-series specification of SI units    
Appendix II – Use of the telebiometric multimodal model    
       II.1     Privacy          
       II.2     Biometric authentication        
       II.3     Ecological liability      
       II.4     Acceptable biometric authentication schema  
Appendix III – Theory of organizations and levels    
      III.1     Introduction  
      III.2     Theory of organizations          
      III.3     The Theory of Integrative Levels         
      III.4     Hierarchy Theory       
Appendix IV – Tables illustrating scale hierarchy    
Appendix V – Hierarchy theory principles    
        V.1     Hierarchies have two known logical forms     
        V.2     General properties   
        V.3     Formal relations between levels        
        V.4     Style of growth of the hierarchy         
        V.5     Criteria        
        V.6     Complexity  
        V.7     Dynamical relations 
        V.8     Informational relations and semiotics