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Ma, J., Feng, Z., Li, Y., Sun, X..  2020.  Topologically Protected Acoustic Wave Amplification in an Optomechanical Array. 2020 Conference on Lasers and Electro-Optics (CLEO). :1–2.
By exploiting the simultaneous particle-conserving and particle-nonconserving phonon-photon interactions in an optomechanical array, we find a topologically protected edge state for phonons that can be parametrically amplified when all the bulk states remain stable.
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Sui, T., Marelli, D., Sun, X., Fu, M..  2019.  Stealthiness of Attacks and Vulnerability of Stochastic Linear Systems. 2019 12th Asian Control Conference (ASCC). :734—739.
The security of Cyber-physical systems has been a hot topic in recent years. There are two main focuses in this area: Firstly, what kind of attacks can avoid detection, i.e., the stealthiness of attacks. Secondly, what kind of systems can stay stable under stealthy attacks, i.e., the invulnerability of systems. In this paper, we will give a detailed characterization for stealthy attacks and detection criterion for such attacks. We will also study conditions for the vulnerability of a stochastic linear system under stealthy attacks.
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Xiang, Z., Cai, Y., Yang, W., Sun, X., Hu, Y..  2017.  Physical layer security of non-orthogonal multiple access in cognitive radio networks. 2017 9th International Conference on Wireless Communications and Signal Processing (WCSP). :1–6.

This paper investigates physical layer security of non-orthogonal multiple access (NOMA) in cognitive radio (CR) networks. The techniques of NOMA and CR have improved the spectrum efficiency greatly in the traditional networks. Because of the difference in principles of spectrum improving, NOMA and CR can be combined together, i.e. CR NOMA network, and have great potential to improving the spectrum efficiency. However the physical layer security in CR NOMA network is different from any single network of NOMA or CR. We will study the physical layer security in underlay CR NOMA network. Firstly, the wiretap network model is constructed according to the technical characteristics of NOMA and CR. In addition, new exact and asymptotic expressions of the security outage probability are derived and been confirmed by simulation. Ultimately, we have studied the effect of some critical factors on security outage probability after simulation.

Ma, X., Sun, X., Cheng, L., Guo, X., Liu, X., Wang, Z..  2019.  Parameter Setting of New Energy Sources Generator Rapid Frequency Response in Northwest Power Grid Based on Multi-Frequency Regulation Resources Coordinated Controlling. 2019 IEEE 8th International Conference on Advanced Power System Automation and Protection (APAP). :218—222.
Since 2016, the northwest power grid has organized new energy sources to participate in the rapid frequency regulation research and carried out pilot test work at the sending end large power grid. The experimental results show that new energy generator has the ability to participate in the grid's rapid frequency regulation, and its performance is better than that of conventional power supply units. This paper analyses the requirements for fast frequency control of the sending end large power grid in northwest China, and proposes the segmented participation indexes of photovoltaic and wind power in the frequency regulation of power grids. In accordance with the idea of "clear responsibilities, various types of unit coordination", the parameter setting of new energy sources rapid frequency regulation is completed based on the coordinated control based on multi-frequency regulation resources in northwest power grid. The new energy fast frequency regulation model was established, through the PSASP power grid stability simulation program and the large-scale power grid stability simulation analysis was completed. The simulation results show that the wind power and photovoltaic adopting differential rapid frequency regulation parameters can better utilize the rapid frequency regulation capability of various types of power sources, realize the coordinated rapid frequency regulation of all types of units, and effectively improve the frequency security prevention and control level of the sending end large power grid.
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Sun, X., Liu, H., Zhang, M..  2016.  Multivariate symmetric cryptography with 2-dimesion chaotic disturbation. 2016 8th International Conference on Wireless Communications Signal Processing (WCSP). :1–4.

Multivariate public key cryptosystem acts as a signature system rather than encryption system due to the minus mode used in system. A multivariate encryption system with determinate equations in central map and chaotic shell protection for central map and affine map is proposed in this paper. The outputs of two-dimension chaotic system are discretized on a finite field to disturb the central map and affine map in multivariate cryptosystem. The determined equations meet the shortage of indeterminate equations in minus mode and make the general attack methods are out of tenable condition. The analysis shows the proposed multivariate symmetric encryption system based on chaotic shell is able to resist general attacks.

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Zhang, P., Zhang, X., Sun, X., Liu, J. K., Yu, J., Jiang, Z. L..  2017.  Anonymous Anti-Sybil Attack Protocol for Mobile Healthcare Networks Analytics. 2017 IEEE Trustcom/BigDataSE/ICESS. :668–674.

Mobile Healthcare Networks (MHN) continuouslycollect the patients' health data sensed by wearable devices, andanalyze the collected data pre-processed by servers combinedwith medical histories, such that disease diagnosis and treatmentare improved, and the heavy burden on the existing healthservices is released. However, the network is vulnerable to Sybilattacks, which would degrade network performance, disruptproceedings, manipulate data or cheat others maliciously. What'smore, the user is reluctant to leak identity privacy, so the identityprivacy preserving makes Sybil defenses more difficult. One ofthe best choices is mutually authenticating each other with noidentity information involved. Thus, we propose a fine-grainedauthentication scheme based on Attribute-Based Signature (ABS)using lattice assumption, where a signer is authorized by an at-tribute set instead of single identity string. This ABS scheme usesFiat-Shamir framework and supports flexible threshold signaturepredicates. Moreover, to anonymously guarantee integrity andavailability of health data in MHN, we design an anonymousanti-Sybil attack protocol based on our ABS scheme, so thatSybil attacks are prevented. As there is no linkability betweenidentities and services, the users' identity privacy is protected. Finally, we have analyzed the security and simulated the runningtime for our proposed ABS scheme.