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2019-06-10
Kim, C. H., Kabanga, E. K., Kang, S..  2018.  Classifying Malware Using Convolutional Gated Neural Network. 2018 20th International Conference on Advanced Communication Technology (ICACT). :40-44.

Malware or Malicious Software, are an important threat to information technology society. Deep Neural Network has been recently achieving a great performance for the tasks of malware detection and classification. In this paper, we propose a convolutional gated recurrent neural network model that is capable of classifying malware to their respective families. The model is applied to a set of malware divided into 9 different families and that have been proposed during the Microsoft Malware Classification Challenge in 2015. The model shows an accuracy of 92.6% on the available dataset.

2017-12-27
Wang, Y., Kang, S., Lan, C., Liang, Y., Zhu, J., Gao, H..  2016.  A five-dimensional chaotic system with a large parameter range and the circuit implementation of a time-switched system. 2016 11th International Conference on Reliability, Maintainability and Safety (ICRMS). :1–6.

To enhance the encryption and anti-translation capability of the information, we constructed a five-dimensional chaotic system. Combined with the Lü system, a time-switched system with multiple chaotic attractors is realized in the form of a digital circuit. Some characteristics of the five-dimensional system are analyzed, such as Poincare mapping, the Lyapunov exponent spectrum, and bifurcation diagram. The analysis shows that the system exhibits chaotic characteristics for a wide range of parameter values. We constructed a time-switched expression between multiple chaotic attractors using the communication between a microcontroller unit (MCU) and field programmable gate array (FPGA). The system can quickly switch between different chaotic attractors within the chaotic system and between chaotic systems at any time, leading to signal sources with more variability, diversity, and complexity for chaotic encryption.