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Ding, Zhaohao, Yu, Kaiyuan, Guo, Jinran, Wang, Cheng, Tang, Fei.  2021.  Operational Security Assessment for Transmission System Adopting Dynamic Line Rating Mechanism. 2021 IEEE/IAS Industrial and Commercial Power System Asia (I&CPS Asia). :176–181.
The widely adopted dynamic line rating (DLR) mechanism can improve the operation efficiency for industrial and commercial power systems. However, the predicted environmental parameters used in DLR bring great uncertainty to transmission line capacity estimation and may introduce system security risk if over-optimistic estimation is adopted in the operation process, which could affect the electrical safety of industrial and commercial power systems in multiple cases. Therefore, it becomes necessary to establish a system operation security assessment model to reduce the risk and provide operational guidance to enhance electrical safety. This paper aims to solve the electrical safety problems caused by the transmission line under DLR mechanism. An operation security assessment method of transmission lines considering DLR uncertainty is proposed to visualize the safety margin under the given operation strategy and optimally setting transmission line capacity while taking system safety into account. With the help of robust optimization (RO) techniques, the uncertainty is characterized and a risk-averse transmission line rating guidance can be established to determine the safety margin of line capacity for system operation. In this way, the operational security for industrial and commercial power systems can be enhanced by reducing the unsafe conditions while the operational efficiency benefit provided by DLR mechanism still exist.
Wang, Cheng, Liu, Xin, Zhou, Xiaokang, Zhou, Rui, Lv, Dong, lv, Qingquan, Wang, Mingsong, Zhou, Qingguo.  2019.  FalconEye: A High-Performance Distributed Security Scanning System. 2019 IEEE Intl Conf on Dependable, Autonomic and Secure Computing, Intl Conf on Pervasive Intelligence and Computing, Intl Conf on Cloud and Big Data Computing, Intl Conf on Cyber Science and Technology Congress (DASC/PiCom/CBDCom/CyberSciTech). :282—288.
Web applications, as a conventional platform for sensitive data and important transactions, are of great significance to human society. But with its open source framework, the existing security vulnerabilities can easily be exploited by malicious users, especially when web developers fail to follow the secure practices. Here we present a distributed scanning system, FalconEye, with great precision and high performance, it will help prevent potential threats to Web applications. Besides, our system is also capable of covering basically all the web vulnerabilities registered in the Common Vulnerabilities and Exposures (CVE). The FalconEye system is consists of three modules, an input source module, a scanner module and a support platform module. The input module is used to improve the coverage of target server, and other modules make the system capable of generic vulnerabilities scanning. We then experimentally demonstrate this system in some of the most common vulnerabilities test environment. The results proved that the FalconEye system can be a strong contender among the various detection systems in existence today.