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2020
Wang, H., Yang, J., Wang, X., Li, F., Liu, W., Liang, H..  2020.  Feature Fingerprint Extraction and Abnormity Diagnosis Method of the Vibration on the GIS. 2020 IEEE International Conference on High Voltage Engineering and Application (ICHVE). :1—4.

Mechanical faults of Gas Insulated Switchgear (GIS) often occurred, which may cause serious losses. Detecting vibration signal was effective for condition monitoring and fault diagnosis of GIS. The vibration characteristic of GIS in service was detected and researched based on a developed testing system in this paper, and feature fingerprint extraction method was proposed to evaluate vibration characteristics and diagnose mechanical defects. Through analyzing the spectrum of the vibration signal, we could see that vibration frequency of operating GIS was about 100Hz under normal condition. By means of the wavelet transformation, the vibration fingerprint was extracted for the diagnosis of mechanical vibration. The mechanical vibration characteristic of GIS including circuit breaker and arrester in service was detected, we could see that the frequency distribution of abnormal vibration signal was wider, it contained a lot of high harmonic components besides the 100Hz component, and the vibration acoustic fingerprint was totally different from the normal ones, that is, by comparing the frequency spectra and vibration fingerprint, the mechanical faults of GIS could be found effectively.

2017
Li, F., Jiang, M., Zhang, Z..  2017.  An adaptive sparse representation model by block dictionary and swarm intelligence. 2017 2nd IEEE International Conference on Computational Intelligence and Applications (ICCIA). :200–203.

The pattern recognition in the sparse representation (SR) framework has been very successful. In this model, the test sample can be represented as a sparse linear combination of training samples by solving a norm-regularized least squares problem. However, the value of regularization parameter is always indiscriminating for the whole dictionary. To enhance the group concentration of the coefficients and also to improve the sparsity, we propose a new SR model called adaptive sparse representation classifier(ASRC). In ASRC, a sparse coefficient strengthened item is added in the objective function. The model is solved by the artificial bee colony (ABC) algorithm with variable step to speed up the convergence. Also, a partition strategy for large scale dictionary is adopted to lighten bee's load and removes the irrelevant groups. Through different data sets, we empirically demonstrate the property of the new model and its recognition performance.

Li, F., Chen, J., Shu, F., Zhang, J., Qing, S., Guo, W..  2017.  Research of Security Risk in Electric Power Information Network. 2017 6th International Conference on Computer Science and Network Technology (ICCSNT). :361–365.

The factors that threaten electric power information network are analyzed. Aiming at the weakness of being unable to provide numerical value of risk, this paper presents the evaluation index system, the evaluation model and method of network security based on multilevel fuzzy comprehensive judgment. The steps and method of security evaluation by the synthesis evaluation model are provided. The results show that this method is effective to evaluate the risk of electric power information network.

Shu, F., Li, M., Chen, S., Wang, X., Li, F..  2017.  Research on Network Security Protection System Based on Dynamic Modeling. 2017 IEEE 2nd Information Technology, Networking, Electronic and Automation Control Conference (ITNEC). :1602–1605.
A dynamic modeling method for network security vulnerabilities which is composed of the design of safety evaluation model, the design of risk model of intrusion event and the design of vulnerability risk model. The model based on identification of vulnerabilities values through dynamic forms can improve the tightness between vulnerability scanning system, intrusion prevention system and security configuration verification system. Based on this model, the network protection system which is most suitable for users can be formed, and the protection capability of the network protection system can be improved.
Shu, F., Li, M., Chen, S., Wang, X., Li, F..  2017.  Research on Network Security Protection System Based on Dynamic Modeling. 2017 IEEE 2nd Information Technology, Networking, Electronic and Automation Control Conference (ITNEC). :1602–1605.
A dynamic modeling method for network security vulnerabilities which is composed of the design of safety evaluation model, the design of risk model of intrusion event and the design of vulnerability risk model. The model based on identification of vulnerabilities values through dynamic forms can improve the tightness between vulnerability scanning system, intrusion prevention system and security configuration verification system. Based on this model, the network protection system which is most suitable for users can be formed, and the protection capability of the network protection system can be improved.
Rogowski, R., Morton, M., Li, F., Monrose, F., Snow, K. Z., Polychronakis, M..  2017.  Revisiting Browser Security in the Modern Era: New Data-Only Attacks and Defenses. 2017 IEEE European Symposium on Security and Privacy (EuroS P). :366–381.
The continuous discovery of exploitable vulnerabilitiesin popular applications (e.g., web browsers and documentviewers), along with their heightening protections against control flow hijacking, has opened the door to an oftenneglected attack strategy-namely, data-only attacks. In thispaper, we demonstrate the practicality of the threat posedby data-only attacks that harness the power of memorydisclosure vulnerabilities. To do so, we introduce memorycartography, a technique that simplifies the construction ofdata-only attacks in a reliable manner. Specifically, we showhow an adversary can use a provided memory mapping primitive to navigate through process memory at runtime, andsafely reach security-critical data that can then be modifiedat will. We demonstrate this capability by using our cross-platform memory cartography framework implementation toconstruct data-only exploits against Internet Explorer and Chrome. The outcome of these exploits ranges from simple HTTP cookie leakage, to the alteration of the same originpolicy for targeted domains, which enables the cross-originexecution of arbitrary script code. The ease with which we can undermine the security ofmodern browsers stems from the fact that although isolationpolicies (such as the same origin policy) are enforced atthe script level, these policies are not well reflected in theunderlying sandbox process models used for compartmentalization. This gap exists because the complex demands oftoday's web functionality make the goal of enforcing thesame origin policy through process isolation a difficult oneto realize in practice, especially when backward compatibility is a priority (e.g., for support of cross-origin IFRAMEs). While fixing the underlying problems likely requires a majorrefactoring of the security architecture of modern browsers(in the long term), we explore several defenses, includingglobal variable randomization, that can limit the power ofthe attacks presented herein.