BCCNBernstein Center for Computational Neuroscience (Göttingen, Germany)
BCCNBorder Counties Childcare Network (Department of Justice, Equality and Law Reform; Ireland)
BCCNBethany Cell Church Network (Baker, LA)
BCCNBoone County Community Network (est. 1995; Indiana)
BCCNBorder Collie Club Nederland (Dutch: Border Collie Club Netherlands; Netherlands)
BCCNBureau de Contrôle des Chaudières Nucléaires (French: Office of Nuclear Control of Boilers)
BCCNBertrand Calenge: Carnet de Notes (French: Bertrand Calenge: Notebook; blog)
BCCNBridlewood Community Church of the Nazarene (Ottawa, Canada)
BCCNBadminton Club de Case Navire (Case Navire, Martinique)
BCCNBasket Club du Canton de Nanteuil le Haudouin (French: Basketball Club of the Canton de Nanteuil Haudouin)
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In other words, the BCCN method provides the same level of protection against a snooper using A* to predict A.
When Tendick's measure is used, the security of both the CN and BCCN methods turns out to be equal to d/(1 + d).
Finally, the security provided by the BCCN method for casual snoopers can be derived as
In other words, the BCCN method provides less security than do the IN and CN methods against disclosure of information to casual snoopers.
The linear transformation used by the BCCN method (see Eq.
Security Provided Type of Snooper Method Professional Casual IN O.32 1.00 CN 0.50 1.00 BCCN 0.50 0.58 Comparing the performance of the three methods with respect to the professional snooper, the IN method provides far lower security than do the CN and BCCN methods.
Comparing the results for casual snoopers, it is clear that, for a given value of d, the security provided by the BCCN method for this type of snooper is much lower than that provided by the other two methods.