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2019-03-15
Lin, W., Lin, H., Wang, P., Wu, B., Tsai, J..  2018.  Using Convolutional Neural Networks to Network Intrusion Detection for Cyber Threats. 2018 IEEE International Conference on Applied System Invention (ICASI). :1107-1110.

In practice, Defenders need a more efficient network detection approach which has the advantages of quick-responding learning capability of new network behavioural features for network intrusion detection purpose. In many applications the capability of Deep Learning techniques has been confirmed to outperform classic approaches. Accordingly, this study focused on network intrusion detection using convolutional neural networks (CNNs) based on LeNet-5 to classify the network threats. The experiment results show that the prediction accuracy of intrusion detection goes up to 99.65% with samples more than 10,000. The overall accuracy rate is 97.53%.

2019-01-31
Chen, Y., Wu, B..  2018.  An Efficient Algorithm for Minimal Edit Cost of Graph Degree Anonymity. 2018 IEEE International Conference on Applied System Invention (ICASI). :574–577.

Personal privacy is an important issue when publishing social network data. An attacker may have information to reidentify private data. So, many researchers developed anonymization techniques, such as k-anonymity, k-isomorphism, l-diversity, etc. In this paper, we focus on graph k-degree anonymity by editing edges. Our method is divided into two steps. First, we propose an efficient algorithm to find a new degree sequence with theoretically minimal edit cost. Second, we insert and delete edges based on the new degree sequence to achieve k-degree anonymity.