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Wang, W., Tang, B., Zhu, C., Liu, B., Li, A., Ding, Z..  2020.  Clustering Using a Similarity Measure Approach Based on Semantic Analysis of Adversary Behaviors. 2020 IEEE Fifth International Conference on Data Science in Cyberspace (DSC). :1—7.

Rapidly growing shared information for threat intelligence not only helps security analysts reduce time on tracking attacks, but also bring possibilities to research on adversaries' thinking and decisions, which is important for the further analysis of attackers' habits and preferences. In this paper, we analyze current models and frameworks used in threat intelligence that suited to different modeling goals, and propose a three-layer model (Goal, Behavior, Capability) to study the statistical characteristics of APT groups. Based on the proposed model, we construct a knowledge network composed of adversary behaviors, and introduce a similarity measure approach to capture similarity degree by considering different semantic links between groups. After calculating similarity degrees, we take advantage of Girvan-Newman algorithm to discover community groups, clustering result shows that community structures and boundaries do exist by analyzing the behavior of APT groups.

Liu, B., He, L., Zhang, H., Sfarra, S., Fernandes, H., Perilli, S., Ren, J..  2019.  Research on stress detection technology of long-distance pipeline applying non-magnetic saturation. IET Science, Measurement Technology. 13:168–174.

In order to study the stress detection method on long-distance oil and gas pipeline, the distribution characteristics of the surface remanence signals in the stress concentration regions must be known. They were studied by using the magnetic domain model in the non-magnetic saturation state. The finite element method was used herein with the aim to analyse the static and mechanical characteristics of a ferromagnetic specimen. The variation law of remanence signal in stress concentration regions was simulated. The results show that a residue signal in the stress concentration region exists. In addition, a one-to-one correspondence in the non-magnetic saturation environment is evident. In the case of magnetic saturation, the remanence signal of the stress concentration region is covered and the signal cannot be recognised.

Shao, Y., Liu, B., Li, G., Yan, R..  2017.  A Fault Diagnosis Expert System for Flight Control Software Based on SFMEA and SFTA. 2017 IEEE International Conference on Software Quality, Reliability and Security Companion (QRS-C). :626–627.
Many accidents occurred frequently in aerospace applications, traditional software reliability analysis methods are not enough for modern flight control software. Developing a comprehensive, effective and intelligent method for software fault diagnosis is urgent for airborne software engineering. Under this background, we constructed a fault diagnosis expert system for flight control software which combines software failure mode and effect analysis with software fault tree analysis. To simplify the analysis, the software fault knowledge of four modules is acquired by reliability analysis methods. Then by taking full advantage of the CLIPS shell, knowledge representation and inference engine can be realized smoothly. Finally, we integrated CLIPS into VC++ to achieve visualization, fault diagnosis and inference for flight control software can be performed in the human-computer interaction interface. The results illustrate that the system is able to diagnose software fault, analysis the reasons and present some reasonable solutions like a human expert.
Liu, B., Zhu, Z., Yang, Y..  2017.  Convolutional Neural Networks Based Scale-Adaptive Kernelized Correlation Filter for Robust Visual Object Tracking. 2017 International Conference on Security, Pattern Analysis, and Cybernetics (SPAC). :423–428.

Visual object tracking is challenging when the object appearances occur significant changes, such as scale change, background clutter, occlusion, and so on. In this paper, we crop different sizes of multiscale templates around object and input these multiscale templates into network to pretrain the network adaptive the size change of tracking object. Different from previous the tracking method based on deep convolutional neural network (CNN), we exploit deep Residual Network (ResNet) to offline train a multiscale object appearance model on the ImageNet, and then the features from pretrained network are transferred into tracking tasks. Meanwhile, the proposed method combines the multilayer convolutional features, it is robust to disturbance, scale change, and occlusion. In addition, we fuse multiscale search strategy into three kernelized correlation filter, which strengthens the ability of adaptive scale change of object. Unlike the previous methods, we directly learn object appearance change by integrating multiscale templates into the ResNet. We compared our method with other CNN-based or correlation filter tracking methods, the experimental results show that our tracking method is superior to the existing state-of-the-art tracking method on Object Tracking Benchmark (OTB-2015) and Visual Object Tracking Benchmark (VOT-2015).

Yan, Y., Bao, W., Zhang, H., Liu, B., Xin, L..  2015.  Study of the disturbance propagation in the discrete model of power networks. 2015 5th International Conference on Electric Utility Deregulation and Restructuring and Power Technologies (DRPT). :2436–2441.

The study of the characteristics of disturbance propagation in the interconnected power networks is of great importance to control the spreading of disturbance and improve the security level of power systems. In this paper, the characteristics of disturbance propagation in a one-dimensional chained power network are studied from the electromechanical wave point of view. The electromechanical wave equation is built based on the discrete inertia model of power networks. The wave transfer function which can describe the variations of amplitude and the phase is derived. Then, the propagation characteristics of different frequency disturbances are analyzed. The corner frequency of the discrete inertia model is proposed. Furthermore, the frequency dispersion and local oscillation are considered and their relationships with the corner frequency are revealed as well. Computer simulations for a 50 generators chained network are carried out to verify the propagation characteristics of disturbances with different frequencies.

Liu, B., Jin, Y., Qu, G..  2015.  Hardware Design and Verification Techniques for Supply Chain Risk Mitigation. 2015 14th International Conference on Computer-Aided Design and Computer Graphics (CAD/Graphics). :238–239.

We present a brief survey on the state-of-the-art design and verification techniques: IC obfuscation, watermarking, fingerprinting, metering, concurrent checking and verification, for mitigating supply chain security risks such as IC misusing, counterfeiting and overbuilding.