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You, J., Shangguan, J., Sun, Y., Wang, Y..  2017.  Improved trustworthiness judgment in open networks. 2017 International Smart Cities Conference (ISC2). :1–2.

The collaborative recommendation mechanism is beneficial for the subject in an open network to find efficiently enough referrers who directly interacted with the object and obtain their trust data. The uncertainty analysis to the collected trust data selects the reliable trust data of trustworthy referrers, and then calculates the statistical trust value on certain reliability for any object. After that the subject can judge its trustworthiness and further make a decision about interaction based on the given threshold. The feasibility of this method is verified by three experiments which are designed to validate the model's ability to fight against malicious service, the exaggeration and slander attack. The interactive success rate is significantly improved by using the new model, and the malicious entities are distinguished more effectively than the comparative model.

Han, C., Zhao, C., Zou, Z., Tang, H., You, J..  2018.  PATIP-TREE: An Efficient Method to Look up the Network Address Attribution Information. 2018 IEEE 20th International Conference on High Performance Computing and Communications; IEEE 16th International Conference on Smart City; IEEE 4th International Conference on Data Science and Systems (HPCC/SmartCity/DSS). :466–473.
The IP address attribution information includes the geographical information, the network routing information, the agency information, Internet Content Provider (ICP) information, etc. Nowadays, the attribution information is important to the network traffic engineering, which needs to be obtained in real time in network traffic analysis system. The existing proposed methods for IP address attribution information lookup cannot be employed in actual systems efficiently due to their low scalability or bad performance. They cannot address the backbone network's requirements for real-time IP address attribution information lookup, and most lookup methods do not support custom IP address attribution lookup. In response to these challenges, we propose a novel high-speed approach for IP address attribution information lookup. We first devise a data structure of IP address attribution information search tree (PATIP-TREE) to store custom IP address attribution information. Based on the PATIP-TREE, an effective algorithm for IP information lookup is proposed, which can support custom IP addresses attribution information lookup in real time. The experimental results show that our method outperforms the existing methods in terms of higher efficiency. Our approach also provides high scalability, which is suitable for many kinds network address such as IPv4 address, IPv6 address, named data networking address, etc.
Cheng, J., He, R., Yuepeng, E., Wu, Y., You, J., Li, T..  2020.  Real-Time Encrypted Traffic Classification via Lightweight Neural Networks. GLOBECOM 2020 - 2020 IEEE Global Communications Conference. :1–6.
The fast growth of encrypted traffic puts forward burning requirements on the efficiency of traffic classification. Although deep learning models perform well in the classification, they sacrifice the efficiency to obtain high-precision results. To reduce the resource and time consumption, a novel and lightweight model is proposed in this paper. Our design principle is to “maximize the reuse of thin modules”. A thin module adopts the multi-head attention and the 1D convolutional network. Attributed to the one-step interaction of all packets and the parallelized computation of the multi-head attention mechanism, a key advantage of our model is that the number of parameters and running time are significantly reduced. In addition, the effectiveness and efficiency of 1D convolutional networks are proved in traffic classification. Besides, the proposed model can work well in a real time manner, since only three consecutive packets of a flow are needed. To improve the stability of the model, the designed network is trained with the aid of ResNet, layer normalization and learning rate warmup. The proposed model outperforms the state-of-the-art works based on deep learning on two public datasets. The results show that our model has higher accuracy and running efficiency, while the number of parameters used is 1.8% of the 1D convolutional network and the training time halves.