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Iot Malicious Traffic Classification Using Machine Learning, Michael Austin 2021 West Virginia University

Iot Malicious Traffic Classification Using Machine Learning, Michael Austin

Graduate Theses, Dissertations, and Problem Reports

Although desktops and laptops have historically composed the bulk of botnet nodes, Internet of Things (IoT) devices have become more recent targets. Lightbulbs, outdoor cameras, watches, and many other small items are connected to WiFi and each other; and few have well-developed security or hardening. Research on botnets typically leverages honeypots, PCAPs, and network traffic analysis tools to develop detection models. The research questions addressed in this Problem Report are: (1) What machine learning algorithm performs the best in a binary classification task for a representative dataset of malicious and benign IoT traffic; and (2) What features have the most ...


Increasing The Reliability Of Software Systems On Small Satellites Using Software-Based Simulation Of The Embedded System, Matthew D. Grubb 2021 West Virginia University

Increasing The Reliability Of Software Systems On Small Satellites Using Software-Based Simulation Of The Embedded System, Matthew D. Grubb

Graduate Theses, Dissertations, and Problem Reports

The utility of Small Satellites (SmallSats) for technology demonstrations and scientific research has been proven over the past few decades by governments, universities, and private companies. While the research and technology demonstration objectives that can be provided by these SmallSats are becoming similar to larger spacecraft, their reliability still falls behind. This is in part due to the reduced cost of SmallSat missions in comparison to large spacecraft, which requires cheaper components, rapid development schedules, and accepted risk. In these missions, the importance of the flight software is often overlooked, and the software is rushed through development and not fully ...


Touching Light: A Framework For The Facilitation Of Music-Making In Mixed Reality, Ian Thomas Riley 2021 West Virginia University

Touching Light: A Framework For The Facilitation Of Music-Making In Mixed Reality, Ian Thomas Riley

Graduate Theses, Dissertations, and Problem Reports

Drawing upon the historical development of analog and digital technologies alongside the proliferation of computer-assisted performance practices, this research seeks to develop a framework for integrating Mixed Reality applications to live musical performance, specifically through the creation of a Microsoft HoloLens 2 Mixed Reality application in order to facilitate a live performance of an original musical composition for percussion and real-time Mixed Reality environment. Mixed Reality enables a performer to interact with virtual (holograms, VSTs, etc.) and physical (vibraphone, tuned drums, microphones, etc.) objects simultaneously. Tandem to the development of the conceptual framework was the composition of an original score ...


Deep Learning Architectures For Heterogeneous Face Recognition, Seyed Mehdi Iranmanesh 2021 West Virginia University

Deep Learning Architectures For Heterogeneous Face Recognition, Seyed Mehdi Iranmanesh

Graduate Theses, Dissertations, and Problem Reports

Face recognition has been one of the most challenging areas of research in biometrics and computer vision. Many face recognition algorithms are designed to address illumination and pose problems for visible face images. In recent years, there has been significant amount of research in Heterogeneous Face Recognition (HFR). The large modality gap between faces captured in different spectrum as well as lack of training data makes heterogeneous face recognition (HFR) quite a challenging problem. In this work, we present different deep learning frameworks to address the problem of matching non-visible face photos against a gallery of visible faces.

Algorithms for ...


Quantum Clustering Drives Innovations: A Bibliometric And Patentometric Analysis, Shradha Deshmukh, Preeti Mulay 2021 Symbiosis Institute of Technology (SIT), Symbiosis International (Deemed University) (SIU), Pune, India

Quantum Clustering Drives Innovations: A Bibliometric And Patentometric Analysis, Shradha Deshmukh, Preeti Mulay

Library Philosophy and Practice (e-journal)

The paper presents a bibliometric analysis from 2014 to 2020 of the emerging and engaging field of quantum computing called Quantum Machine Learning (QML). The study discusses the analysis results from the comprehensive high indexed databases worldwide such as Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE), Scopus, Web of Science (WOS), Google Scholar and the Association for Computing Machinery (ACM). Tools like iMapbuilder, IBM and SPSS Statistics are used to provide meaningful insights and flawless representations of the extracted data. There has been little research to provide a macroscopic overview of renowned authors, subject areas, funding agencies and patent applications ...


Predictive Maintenance Of Bearing Machinery Using Simulation- A Bibliometric Study, Karan Gulati Mr., Keshav Basandrai Mr., Shubham Tiwari Mr., Pooja Kamat Prof., Satish Kumar Dr. 2021 Symbiosis International University

Predictive Maintenance Of Bearing Machinery Using Simulation- A Bibliometric Study, Karan Gulati Mr., Keshav Basandrai Mr., Shubham Tiwari Mr., Pooja Kamat Prof., Satish Kumar Dr.

Library Philosophy and Practice (e-journal)

Modelling is a way of constructing a virtual representation of software and hardware that involves a real-world device. We will discover the behaviour of the system if the software elements of this model are guided by mathematical relationships. For testing conditions that may be difficult to replicate with hardware prototypes alone, modelling and simulation are particularly useful, especially in the early phase of the design process when hardware might not be available. Model-based approach in MATLAB-Simulink can be useful for predictive maintenance of machines as it can reduce unplanned downtimes and maintenance costs when industrial equipment breaks. Through this bibliometric ...


Hr Process Automation: A Bibliometric Analysis, Shubham Mishra, Monica Kunte, Netra Neelam, Sanjay Bhattacharya, preeti mulay 2021 SCMHRD

Hr Process Automation: A Bibliometric Analysis, Shubham Mishra, Monica Kunte, Netra Neelam, Sanjay Bhattacharya, Preeti Mulay

Library Philosophy and Practice (e-journal)

Automation is interpreted as the replacement of manual operations by electronics and computer-controlled systems. Human resource management is an indispensable part of every firm be it the space of retail, healthcare, education or any other sector. Activities such as hiring new workers, training, or making sure that local labour laws are obeyed with HR processes and are a crucial part of every organisation. HR has typically been believed of as an extremely manual department procedure. Employees are accustomed to doing this manually and getting the job done themselves. But everything around the HR processes are changing rapidly. HR Automation is ...


Visualization For Solving Non-Image Problems And Saliency Mapping, Divya Chandrika Kalla 2021 Central Washington University

Visualization For Solving Non-Image Problems And Saliency Mapping, Divya Chandrika Kalla

All Master's Theses

High-dimensional data play an important role in knowledge discovery and data science. Integration of visualization, visual analytics, machine learning (ML), and data mining (DM) are the key aspects of data science research for high-dimensional data. This thesis is to explore the efficiency of a new algorithm to convert non-images data into raster images by visualizing data using heatmap in the collocated paired coordinates (CPC). These images are called the CPC-R images and the algorithm that produces them is called the CPC-R algorithm. Powerful deep learning methods open an opportunity to solve non-image ML/DM problems by transforming non-image ML problems ...


Treated Hfo2 Based Rram Devices With Ru, Tan, Tin As Top Electrode For In-Memory Computing Hardware, Yuvraj Dineshkumar Patel 2020 New Jersey Institute of Technology

Treated Hfo2 Based Rram Devices With Ru, Tan, Tin As Top Electrode For In-Memory Computing Hardware, Yuvraj Dineshkumar Patel

Theses

The scalability and power efficiency of the conventional CMOS technology is steadily coming to a halt due to increasing problems and challenges in fabrication technology. Many non-volatile memory devices have emerged recently to meet the scaling challenges. Memory devices such as RRAMs or ReRAM (Resistive Random-Access Memory) have proved to be a promising candidate for analog in memory computing applications related to inference and learning in artificial intelligence. A RRAM cell has a MIM (Metal insulator metal) structure that exhibits reversible resistive switching on application of positive or negative voltage. But detailed studies on the power consumption, repeatability and retention ...


Recent Advances And Machine Learning Techniques On Sickle Cell Disease, Noorh H. Alharbi, Rana O. Bameer, Shahad S. Geddan, Hajar M. Alharbi 2020 Computer Science Department, Faculty of Computing and Information Technology, King Abdulaziz University, Jeddah, Saudi Arabia

Recent Advances And Machine Learning Techniques On Sickle Cell Disease, Noorh H. Alharbi, Rana O. Bameer, Shahad S. Geddan, Hajar M. Alharbi

Future Computing and Informatics Journal

Sickle cell disease is a severe hereditary disease caused by an abnormality of the red blood cells. The current therapeutic decision-making process applied to sickle cell disease includes monitoring a patient’s symptoms and complications and then adjusting the treatment accordingly. This process is time-consuming, which might result in serious consequences for patients’ lives and could lead to irreversible disease complications. Artificial intelligence, specifically machine learning, is a powerful technique that has been used to support medical decisions. This paper aims to review the recently developed machine learning models designed to interpret medical data regarding sickle cell disease. To propose ...


Models And Methods Of Designing Human-Machine Interaction-Oriented Interfaces, Ozod Radjabov, Shakhrillo Bobokulov, Hojiyev Sunatullo, Behruz Boboqulov 2020 Tashkent university of information technologies(TUIT), Uzbekistan

Models And Methods Of Designing Human-Machine Interaction-Oriented Interfaces, Ozod Radjabov, Shakhrillo Bobokulov, Hojiyev Sunatullo, Behruz Boboqulov

Bulletin of TUIT: Management and Communication Technologies

Formalization approaches of user interface design (UID) in conjunction with model driven techniques aim to improve the usability in terms of conformity to standards or style guides and to leverage code generation of interactive software systems, so that various UI platforms for web, desktop or mobile Applications are supported. Because large parts of the UI are described platform independent instead of platform dependent implementations, re-usability of the UI concept is also improved. However, UI formalization requires the usage of a formal UI description language and a higher level of abstractness compared to concrete UI code. These languages need to be ...


Use Of Image Processing Algorithms For Mine Originating Waste Grain Size Determination, Sebastian Iwaszenko 2020 Central Mining Institute

Use Of Image Processing Algorithms For Mine Originating Waste Grain Size Determination, Sebastian Iwaszenko

Journal of Sustainable Mining

The utilization of mineral wastes from the mining industry is one of most challenging phases in the raw materials life cycle. In many countries, there are piles of mineral waste materials that date back to the previous century. There is also a constant stream of accompanying mineral matter excavated during everyday mine operation. This stream of waste matter is particularly notable for deep coal mining. Grain size composition of waste mineral matter is one of most important characteristics of coal originating waste material. This paper presents the use of image analysis for the determination of grain size composition of mineral ...


A Bibliographic Survey On Detection Of Covid-19 Patients Using Various Sensors In The Field Of Iot, Rutuja Patil, Akshay Sharma, Divya Bhatia, Mugdha Kulkarni, Yashika Patl 2020 Symbiosis Institute of Technology

A Bibliographic Survey On Detection Of Covid-19 Patients Using Various Sensors In The Field Of Iot, Rutuja Patil, Akshay Sharma, Divya Bhatia, Mugdha Kulkarni, Yashika Patl

Library Philosophy and Practice (e-journal)

Due to a pandemic situation arising from the past few decades and the covid -19 patients are increasing at the rapid rate. Looking in the near future an IOT model is build which can be useful for people in coming years and allows rapid testing and efficient testing methodologies using various sensors such as Temperature, Respiration, RFID etc which takes various parameters. The study focuses around 412 scientific documents such as Journals, articles, book chapters and Patents in various papers. These documents are extracted from the scopus databases after querying with the keywords related to covid patients and IOT. The ...


The Ftc And Ai Governance: A Regulatory Proposal, Michael Spiro 2020 Seattle University School of Law

The Ftc And Ai Governance: A Regulatory Proposal, Michael Spiro

Seattle Journal of Technology, Environmental & Innovation Law

No abstract provided.


Global Privacy Concerns Of Facial Recognition Big Data, Myranda Westbrook 2020 University of Tennessee at Chattanooga

Global Privacy Concerns Of Facial Recognition Big Data, Myranda Westbrook

Honors Theses

Facial recognition technology is a system of automatic acknowledgement that recognizes individuals by categorizing specific features of their facial structure to link the scanned information to stored data. Within the past few decades facial recognition technology has been implemented on a large scale to increase the security measures needed to access personal information. This has been specifically used in surveillance systems, social media platforms, and mobile device access control. The extensive use of facial recognition systems has created challenges as it relates to biometric information control and privacy concerns. This concern raises the cost and benefit analysis of an individual ...


Inverse Mapping Of Generative Adversarial Networks, Nicky Bayat 2020 The University of Western Ontario

Inverse Mapping Of Generative Adversarial Networks, Nicky Bayat

Electronic Thesis and Dissertation Repository

Generative adversarial networks (GANs) synthesize realistic samples (image, audio, video, etc.) from a random latent vector. While many studies have explored various training configurations and architectures for GANs, the problem of inverting a generative model to extract latent vectors of given input images/audio has been inadequately investigated. Although there is exactly one generated output per given random vector, the mapping from an image/audio to its recovered latent vector can have more than one solution. We train a deep residual neural network (ResNet18) architecture to recover a latent vector for a given target that can be used to generate ...


Machine Learning Prediction Of Shear Capacity Of Steel Fiber Reinforced Concrete, Wassim Ben Chaabene 2020 The Univeristy of Western Ontario

Machine Learning Prediction Of Shear Capacity Of Steel Fiber Reinforced Concrete, Wassim Ben Chaabene

Electronic Thesis and Dissertation Repository

The use of steel fibers for concrete reinforcement has been growing in recent years owing to the improved shear strength and post-cracking toughness imparted by fiber inclusion. Yet, there is still lack of design provisions for steel fiber-reinforced concrete (SFRC) in building codes. This is mainly due to the complex shear transfer mechanism in SFRC. Existing empirical equations for SFRC shear strength have been developed with relatively limited data examples, making their accuracy restricted to specific ranges. To overcome this drawback, the present study suggests novel machine learning models based on artificial neural network (ANN) and genetic programming (GP) to ...


A Systematic Literature Review With Bibliometric Meta-Analysis Of Deep Learning And 3d Reconstruction Methods In Image Based Food Volume Estimation Using Scopus, Web Of Science And Ieee Database, Prachi Kadam, Nayana Petkar, Shraddha Phansalkar Dr. 2020 Symbiosis Institute of Technology

A Systematic Literature Review With Bibliometric Meta-Analysis Of Deep Learning And 3d Reconstruction Methods In Image Based Food Volume Estimation Using Scopus, Web Of Science And Ieee Database, Prachi Kadam, Nayana Petkar, Shraddha Phansalkar Dr.

Library Philosophy and Practice (e-journal)

Purpose- Estimation of food portions is necessary in image based dietary monitoring techniques. The purpose of this systematic survey is to identify peer reviewed literature in image-based food volume estimation methods in Scopus, Web of Science and IEEE database. It further analyzes bibliometric survey of image-based food volume estimation methods with 3D reconstruction and deep learning techniques.

Design/methodology/approach- Scopus, Web of Science and IEEE citation databases are used to gather the data. Using advanced keyword search and PRISMA approach, relevant papers were extracted, selected and analyzed. The bibliographic data of the articles published in the journals over the ...


Supervised Sentiment Analysis Model Of Textual Content For Images, Wrya Anwar Hayder 2020 Department of IT , College of Computer & IT, University of Garmian, Kalar, Kurdistan Region, Iraq

Supervised Sentiment Analysis Model Of Textual Content For Images, Wrya Anwar Hayder

Passer Journal

Sentiment analysis is a domain in machine learning that tries to analyze people’s emotion, feeling, opinion and attitudes towards particular service or product. It aims to extract feelings and opinion from textual reviews; therefore, it is closely related to natural language processing (NLP). Social media has provided a huge amount of text reviews, which is practically impossible to read and analyze the emotions, attitudes and opinions that were expressed in those textual data. Sentiment analysis is a machine learning concept to classify a textual data according to reviewers’ emotion and attitudes about a service or product, which helps in ...


A Bibliometric Survey Of Smart Wearable In The Health Insurance Industry, Apeksha Shah, Swati Ahirrao, Shraddha Phansalkar, Ketan Kotecha 2020 M.Tech Student, Department CS-IT, Symbiosis Institute of Technology, Symbiosis International (Deemed University)

A Bibliometric Survey Of Smart Wearable In The Health Insurance Industry, Apeksha Shah, Swati Ahirrao, Shraddha Phansalkar, Ketan Kotecha

Library Philosophy and Practice (e-journal)

Smart wearables help real-time and remote monitoring of health data for effective diagnostic and preventive health care services. Wearable devices have the ability to track and monitor healthcare vitals such as heart rate, physical activities, BMI (Body Mass Index), blood pressure, and keeps an individual notified about the health status. Artificial Intelligence-enabled wearables show an ability to transform the health insurance sector. This would not only enable self-management of individual health but also help them focus from treatments to the preventions of health hazards. With this customer-centric approach to health care, it will enable the insurance companies to track the ...


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