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Peleshchak, Roman, Lytvyn, Vasyl, Kholodna, Nataliia, Peleshchak, Ivan, Vysotska, Victoria.  2022.  Two-Stage AES Encryption Method Based on Stochastic Error of a Neural Network. 2022 IEEE 16th International Conference on Advanced Trends in Radioelectronics, Telecommunications and Computer Engineering (TCSET). :381–385.
This paper proposes a new two-stage encryption method to increase the cryptographic strength of the AES algorithm, which is based on stochastic error of a neural network. The composite encryption key in AES neural network cryptosystem are the weight matrices of synaptic connections between neurons and the metadata about the architecture of the neural network. The stochastic nature of the prediction error of the neural network provides an ever-changing pair key-ciphertext. Different topologies of the neural networks and the use of various activation functions increase the number of variations of the AES neural network decryption algorithm. The ciphertext is created by the forward propagation process. The encryption result is reversed back to plaintext by the reverse neural network functional operator.
Giri, Sarwesh, Singh, Gurchetan, Kumar, Babul, Singh, Mehakpreet, Vashisht, Deepanker, Sharma, Sonu, Jain, Prince.  2022.  Emotion Detection with Facial Feature Recognition Using CNN & OpenCV. 2022 2nd International Conference on Advance Computing and Innovative Technologies in Engineering (ICACITE). :230—232.
Emotion Detection through Facial feature recognition is an active domain of research in the field of human-computer interaction (HCI). Humans are able to share multiple emotions and feelings through their facial gestures and body language. In this project, in order to detect the live emotions from the human facial gesture, we will be using an algorithm that allows the computer to automatically detect the facial recognition of human emotions with the help of Convolution Neural Network (CNN) and OpenCV. Ultimately, Emotion Detection is an integration of obtained information from multiple patterns. If computers will be able to understand more of human emotions, then it will mutually reduce the gap between humans and computers. In this research paper, we will demonstrate an effective way to detect emotions like neutral, happy, sad, surprise, angry, fear, and disgust from the frontal facial expression of the human in front of the live webcam.
Shiqi, Li, Yinghui, Han.  2022.  Detection of Bad Data and False Data Injection Based on Back-Propagation Neural Network. 2022 IEEE PES Innovative Smart Grid Technologies - Asia (ISGT Asia). :101—105.
Power system state estimation is an essential tool for monitoring the operating conditions of the grid. However, the collected measurements may not always be reliable due to bad data from various faults as well as the increasing potential of being exposed to cyber-attacks, particularly from data injection attacks. To enhance the accuracy of state estimation, this paper presents a back-propagation neural network to detect and identify bad data and false data injections. A variety of training data exhibiting different statistical properties were used for training. The developed strategy was tested on the IEEE 30-bus and 118-bus power systems using MATLAB. Simulation results revealed the feasibility of the method for the detection and differentiation of bad data and false data injections in various operating scenarios.
Zhang, Xiao, Chen, Xiaoming, He, Yuxiong, Wang, Youhuai, Cai, Yong, Li, Bo.  2022.  Neural Network-Based DDoS Detection on Edge Computing Architecture. 2022 4th International Conference on Applied Machine Learning (ICAML). :1—4.
The safety of the power system is inherently vital, due to the high risk of the electronic power system. In the wave of digitization in recent years, many power systems have been digitized to a certain extent. Under this circumstance, network security is particularly important, in order to ensure the normal operation of the power system. However, with the development of the Internet, network security issues are becoming more and more serious. Among all kinds of network attacks, the Distributed Denial of Service (DDoS) is a major threat. Once, attackers used huge volumes of traffic in short time to bring down the victim server. Now some attackers just use low volumes of traffic but for a long time to create trouble for attack detection. There are many methods for DDoS detection, but no one can fully detect it because of the huge volumes of traffic. In order to better detect DDoS and make sure the safety of electronic power system, we propose a novel detection method based on neural network. The proposed model and its service are deployed to the edge cloud, which can improve the real-time performance for detection. The experiment results show that our model can detect attacks well and has good real-time performance.
Mahara, Govind Singh, Gangele, Sharad.  2022.  Fake news detection: A RNN-LSTM, Bi-LSTM based deep learning approach. 2022 IEEE 1st International Conference on Data, Decision and Systems (ICDDS). :01–06.

Fake news is a new phenomenon that promotes misleading information and fraud via internet social media or traditional news sources. Fake news is readily manufactured and transmitted across numerous social media platforms nowadays, and it has a significant influence on the real world. It is vital to create effective algorithms and tools for detecting misleading information on social media platforms. Most modern research approaches for identifying fraudulent information are based on machine learning, deep learning, feature engineering, graph mining, image and video analysis, and newly built datasets and online services. There is a pressing need to develop a viable approach for readily detecting misleading information. The deep learning LSTM and Bi-LSTM model was proposed as a method for detecting fake news, In this work. First, the NLTK toolkit was used to remove stop words, punctuation, and special characters from the text. The same toolset is used to tokenize and preprocess the text. Since then, GLOVE word embeddings have incorporated higher-level characteristics of the input text extracted from long-term relationships between word sequences captured by the RNN-LSTM, Bi-LSTM model to the preprocessed text. The proposed model additionally employs dropout technology with Dense layers to improve the model's efficiency. The proposed RNN Bi-LSTM-based technique obtains the best accuracy of 94%, and 93% using the Adam optimizer and the Binary cross-entropy loss function with Dropout (0.1,0.2), Once the Dropout range increases it decreases the accuracy of the model as it goes 92% once Dropout (0.3).

P, Dayananda, Subramanian, Siddharth, Suresh, Vijayalakshmi, Shivalli, Rishab, Sinha, Shrinkhla.  2022.  Video Compression using Deep Neural Networks. 2022 Fourth International Conference on Cognitive Computing and Information Processing (CCIP). :1–5.

Advanced video compression is required due to the rise of online video content. A strong compression method can help convey video data effectively over a constrained bandwidth. We observed how more internet usage for video conferences, online gaming, and education led to decreased video quality from Netflix, YouTube, and other streaming services in Europe and other regions, particularly during the COVID-19 epidemic. They are represented in standard video compression algorithms as a succession of reference frames after residual frames, and these approaches are limited in their application. Deep learning's introduction and current advancements have the potential to overcome such problems. This study provides a deep learning-based video compression model that meets or exceeds current H.264 standards.

Kharkwal, Ayushi, Mishra, Saumya, Paul, Aditi.  2022.  Cross-Layer DoS Attack Detection Technique for Internet of Things. 2022 7th International Conference on Communication and Electronics Systems (ICCES). :368—372.
Security of Internet of Things (IoT) is one of the most prevalent crucial challenges ever since. The diversified devices and their specification along with resource constrained protocols made it more complex to address over all security need of IoT. Denial of Service attacks, being the most powerful and frequent attacks on IoT have been considered so forth. However, the attack happens on multiple layers and thus a single detection technique for each layer is not sufficient and effective to combat these attacks. Current study focuses on cross layer intrusion detection system (IDS) for detection of multiple Denial of Service (DoS) attacks. Presently, two attacks at Transmission Control Protocol (TCP) and Routing Protocol are considered for Low power and Lossy Networks (RPL) and a neural network-based IDS approach has been proposed for the detection of such attacks. The attacks are simulated on NetSim and detection and the performance shows up to 80% detection probabilities.
Masum, Mohammad, Hossain Faruk, Md Jobair, Shahriar, Hossain, Qian, Kai, Lo, Dan, Adnan, Muhaiminul Islam.  2022.  Ransomware Classification and Detection With Machine Learning Algorithms. 2022 IEEE 12th Annual Computing and Communication Workshop and Conference (CCWC). :0316–0322.
Malicious attacks, malware, and ransomware families pose critical security issues to cybersecurity, and it may cause catastrophic damages to computer systems, data centers, web, and mobile applications across various industries and businesses. Traditional anti-ransomware systems struggle to fight against newly created sophisticated attacks. Therefore, state-of-the-art techniques like traditional and neural network-based architectures can be immensely utilized in the development of innovative ransomware solutions. In this paper, we present a feature selection-based framework with adopting different machine learning algorithms including neural network-based architectures to classify the security level for ransomware detection and prevention. We applied multiple machine learning algorithms: Decision Tree (DT), Random Forest (RF), Naïve Bayes (NB), Logistic Regression (LR) as well as Neural Network (NN)-based classifiers on a selected number of features for ransomware classification. We performed all the experiments on one ransomware dataset to evaluate our proposed framework. The experimental results demonstrate that RF classifiers outperform other methods in terms of accuracy, F -beta, and precision scores.
Aggarwal, Naman, Aggarwal, Pradyuman, Gupta, Rahul.  2022.  Static Malware Analysis using PE Header files API. 2022 6th International Conference on Computing Methodologies and Communication (ICCMC). :159–162.
In today’s fast pacing world, cybercrimes have time and again proved to be one of the biggest hindrances in national development. According to recent trends, most of the times the victim’s data is breached by trapping it in a phishing attack. Security and privacy of user’s data has become a matter of tremendous concern. In order to address this problem and to protect the naive user’s data, a tool which may help to identify whether a window executable is malicious or not by doing static analysis on it has been proposed. As well as a comparative study has been performed by implementing different classification models like Logistic Regression, Neural Network, SVM. The static analysis approach used takes into parameters of the executables, analysis of properties obtained from PE Section Headers i.e. API calls. Comparing different model will provide the best model to be used for static malware analysis
Roy, Arunava, Dasgupta, Dipankar.  2022.  A Robust Framework for Adaptive Selection of Filter Ensembles to Detect Adversarial Inputs. 2022 52nd Annual IEEE/IFIP International Conference on Dependable Systems and Networks Workshops (DSN-W). :59—67.
Existing defense strategies against adversarial attacks (AAs) on AI/ML are primarily focused on examining the input data streams using a wide variety of filtering techniques. For instance, input filters are used to remove noisy, misleading, and out-of-class inputs along with a variety of attacks on learning systems. However, a single filter may not be able to detect all types of AAs. To address this issue, in the current work, we propose a robust, transferable, distribution-independent, and cross-domain supported framework for selecting Adaptive Filter Ensembles (AFEs) to minimize the impact of data poisoning on learning systems. The optimal filter ensembles are determined through a Multi-Objective Bi-Level Programming Problem (MOBLPP) that provides a subset of diverse filter sequences, each exhibiting fair detection accuracy. The proposed framework of AFE is trained to model the pristine data distribution to identify the corrupted inputs and converges to the optimal AFE without vanishing gradients and mode collapses irrespective of input data distributions. We presented preliminary experiments to show the proposed defense outperforms the existing defenses in terms of robustness and accuracy.
Sharma, Himanshu, Kumar, Neeraj, Tekchandani, Raj Kumar, Mohammad, Nazeeruddin.  2022.  Deep Learning enabled Channel Secrecy Codes for Physical Layer Security of UAVs in 5G and beyond Networks. ICC 2022 - IEEE International Conference on Communications. :1—6.

Unmanned Aerial Vehicles (UAVs) are drawing enormous attention in both commercial and military applications to facilitate dynamic wireless communications and deliver seamless connectivity due to their flexible deployment, inherent line-of-sight (LOS) air-to-ground (A2G) channels, and high mobility. These advantages, however, render UAV-enabled wireless communication systems susceptible to eavesdropping attempts. Hence, there is a strong need to protect the wireless channel through which most of the UAV-enabled applications share data with each other. There exist various error correction techniques such as Low Density Parity Check (LDPC), polar codes that provide safe and reliable data transmission by exploiting the physical layer but require high transmission power. Also, the security gap achieved by these error-correction techniques must be reduced to improve the security level. In this paper, we present deep learning (DL) enabled punctured LDPC codes to provide secure and reliable transmission of data for UAVs through the Additive White Gaussian Noise (AWGN) channel irrespective of the computational power and channel state information (CSI) of the Eavesdropper. Numerical result analysis shows that the proposed scheme reduces the Bit Error Rate (BER) at Bob effectively as compared to Eve and the Signal to Noise Ratio (SNR) per bit value of 3.5 dB is achieved at the maximum threshold value of BER. Also, the security gap is reduced by 47.22 % as compared to conventional LDPC codes.

Yu, Jialin, Cristea, Alexandra I., Harit, Anoushka, Sun, Zhongtian, Aduragba, Olanrewaju Tahir, Shi, Lei, Moubayed, Noura Al.  2022.  INTERACTION: A Generative XAI Framework for Natural Language Inference Explanations. 2022 International Joint Conference on Neural Networks (IJCNN). :1—8.
XAI with natural language processing aims to produce human-readable explanations as evidence for AI decision-making, which addresses explainability and transparency. However, from an HCI perspective, the current approaches only focus on delivering a single explanation, which fails to account for the diversity of human thoughts and experiences in language. This paper thus addresses this gap, by proposing a generative XAI framework, INTERACTION (explain aNd predicT thEn queRy with contextuAl CondiTional varIational autO-eNcoder). Our novel framework presents explanation in two steps: (step one) Explanation and Label Prediction; and (step two) Diverse Evidence Generation. We conduct intensive experiments with the Transformer architecture on a benchmark dataset, e-SNLI [1]. Our method achieves competitive or better performance against state-of-the-art baseline models on explanation generation (up to 4.7% gain in BLEU) and prediction (up to 4.4% gain in accuracy) in step one; it can also generate multiple diverse explanations in step two.
Thapaliya, Bipana, Mursi, Khalid T., Zhuang, Yu.  2021.  Machine Learning-based Vulnerability Study of Interpose PUFs as Security Primitives for IoT Networks. 2021 IEEE International Conference on Networking, Architecture and Storage (NAS). :1–7.
Security is of importance for communication networks, and many network nodes, like sensors and IoT devices, are resource-constrained. Physical Unclonable Functions (PUFs) leverage physical variations of the integrated circuits to produce responses unique to individual circuits and have the potential for delivering security for low-cost networks. But before a PUF can be adopted for security applications, all security vulnerabilities must be discovered. Recently, a new PUF known as Interpose PUF (IPUF) was proposed, which was tested to be secure against reliability-based modeling attacks and machine learning attacks when the attacked IPUF is of small size. A recent study showed IPUFs succumbed to a divide-and-conquer attack, and the attack method requires the position of the interpose bit known to the attacker, a condition that can be easily obfuscated by using a random interpose position. Thus, large IPUFs may still remain secure against all known modeling attacks if the interpose position is unknown to attackers. In this paper, we present a new modeling attack method of IPUFs using multilayer neural networks, and the attack method requires no knowledge of the interpose position. Our attack was tested on simulated IPUFs and silicon IPUFs implemented on FPGAs, and the results showed that many IPUFs which were resilient against existing attacks cannot withstand our new attack method, revealing a new vulnerability of IPUFs by re-defining the boundary between secure and insecure regions in the IPUF parameter space.
Ponader, Jonathan, Thomas, Kyle, Kundu, Sandip, Solihin, Yan.  2021.  MILR: Mathematically Induced Layer Recovery for Plaintext Space Error Correction of CNNs. 2021 51st Annual IEEE/IFIP International Conference on Dependable Systems and Networks (DSN). :75–87.
The increased use of Convolutional Neural Networks (CNN) in mission-critical systems has increased the need for robust and resilient networks in the face of both naturally occurring faults as well as security attacks. The lack of robustness and resiliency can lead to unreliable inference results. Current methods that address CNN robustness require hardware modification, network modification, or network duplication. This paper proposes MILR a software-based CNN error detection and error correction system that enables recovery from single and multi-bit errors. The recovery capabilities are based on mathematical relationships between the inputs, outputs, and parameters(weights) of the layers; exploiting these relationships allows the recovery of erroneous parameters (iveights) throughout a layer and the network. MILR is suitable for plaintext-space error correction (PSEC) given its ability to correct whole-weight and even whole-layer errors in CNNs.
Kumar, Yogendra, Subba, Basant.  2021.  A lightweight machine learning based security framework for detecting phishing attacks. 2021 International Conference on COMmunication Systems & NETworkS (COMSNETS). :184—188.
A successful phishing attack is prelude to various other severe attacks such as login credentials theft, unauthorized access to user’s confidential data, malware and ransomware infestation of victim’s machine etc. This paper proposes a real time lightweight machine learning based security framework for detection of phishing attacks through analysis of Uniform Resource Locators (URLs). The proposed framework initially extracts a set of highly discriminating and uncorrelated features from the URL string corpus. These extracted features are then used to transform the URL strings into their corresponding numeric feature vectors, which are eventually used to train various machine learning based classifier models for identification of malicious phishing URLs. Performance analysis of the proposed security framework on two well known datasets: Kaggle dataset and UNB dataset shows that it is capable of detecting malicious phishing URLs with high precision, while at the same time maintain a very low level of false positive rate. The proposed framework is also shown to outperform other similar security frameworks proposed in the literature.121
Mukeshimana, C., Kupriyanov, M. S..  2021.  Adaptive Neuro-fuzzy System (ANFIS) of Information Interaction in Industrial Internet of Things Networks Taking into Account Load Balancing. 2021 II International Conference on Neural Networks and Neurotechnologies (NeuroNT). :43—46.
The main aim of the Internet of things is to improve the safety of the device through inter-Device communication (IDC). Various applications are emerging in Internet of things. Various aspects of Internet of things differ from Internet of things, especially the nodes have more velocity which causes the topology to change rapidly. The requirement of researches in the concept of Internet of things increases rapidly because Internet of things face many challenges on the security, protocols and technology. Despite the fact that the problem of organizing the interaction of IIoT devices has already attracted a lot of attention from many researchers, current research on routing in IIoT cannot effectively solve the problem of data exchange in a self-adaptive and self-organized way, because the number of connected devices is quite large. In this article, an adaptive neuro-fuzzy clustering algorithm is presented for the uniform distribution of load between interacting nodes. We synthesized fuzzy logic and neural network to balance the choice of the optimal number of cluster heads and uniform load distribution between sensors. Comparison is made with other load balancing methods in such wireless sensor networks.
Duan, Xiaowei, Han, Yiliang, Wang, Chao, Ni, Huanhuan.  2021.  Optimization of Encrypted Communication Length Based on Generative Adversarial Network. 2021 IEEE 4th International Conference on Big Data and Artificial Intelligence (BDAI). :165—170.
With the development of artificial intelligence and cryptography, intelligent cryptography will be the trend of encrypted communications in the future. Abadi designed an encrypted communication model based on a generative adversarial network, which can communicate securely when the adversary knows the ciphertext. The communication party and the adversary fight against each other to continuously improve their own capabilities to achieve a state of secure communication. However, this model can only have a better communication effect under the 16 bits communication length, and cannot adapt to the length of modern encrypted communication. Combine the neural network structure in DCGAN to optimize the neural network of the original model, and at the same time increase the batch normalization process, and optimize the loss function in the original model. Experiments show that under the condition of the maximum 2048-bit communication length, the decryption success rate of communication reaches about 0.97, while ensuring that the adversary’s guess error rate is about 0.95, and the training speed is greatly increased to keep it below 5000 steps, ensuring safety and efficiency Communication.
Zakharov, E. R., Zakharova, V. O., Vlasov, A. I..  2021.  Methods and Algorithms for Generating a Storage Key Based on Biometric Parameters. 2021 International Russian Automation Conference (RusAutoCon). :137–141.
The theoretical basis made it possible to implement software for automated secure biometric verification and personal identification, which can be used by information security systems (including access control and management systems). The work is devoted to solving an urgent problem - the development of methods and algorithms for generating a key for a storage device based on biometric parameters. Biometric cryptosystems take advantage of biometrics to improve the security of encryption keys. The ability not to store a key that is derived from biometric data is a direct advantage of the method of generating cryptographic keys from biometric data of users over other existing encryption methods.
Boulemtafes, Amine, Derhab, Abdelouahid, Ali Braham, Nassim Ait, Challal, Yacine.  2021.  PReDIHERO – Privacy-Preserving Remote Deep Learning Inference based on Homomorphic Encryption and Reversible Obfuscation for Enhanced Client-side Overhead in Pervasive Health Monitoring. 2021 IEEE/ACS 18th International Conference on Computer Systems and Applications (AICCSA). :1–8.
Homomorphic Encryption is one of the most promising techniques to deal with privacy concerns, which is raised by remote deep learning paradigm, and maintain high classification accuracy. However, homomorphic encryption-based solutions are characterized by high overhead in terms of both computation and communication, which limits their adoption in pervasive health monitoring applications with constrained client-side devices. In this paper, we propose PReDIHERO, an improved privacy-preserving solution for remote deep learning inferences based on homomorphic encryption. The proposed solution applies a reversible obfuscation technique that successfully protects sensitive information, and enhances the client-side overhead compared to the conventional homomorphic encryption approach. The solution tackles three main heavyweight client-side tasks, namely, encryption and transmission of private data, refreshing encrypted data, and outsourcing computation of activation functions. The efficiency of the client-side is evaluated on a healthcare dataset and compared to a conventional homomorphic encryption approach. The evaluation results show that PReDIHERO requires increasingly less time and storage in comparison to conventional solutions when inferences are requested. At two hundreds inferences, the improvement ratio could reach more than 30 times in terms of computation overhead, and more than 8 times in terms of communication overhead. The same behavior is observed in sequential data and batch inferences, as we record an improvement ratio of more than 100 times in terms of computation overhead, and more than 20 times in terms of communication overhead.
Lin, Wei, Cai, Saihua.  2021.  An Empirical Study on Vulnerability Detection for Source Code Software based on Deep Learning. 2021 IEEE 21st International Conference on Software Quality, Reliability and Security Companion (QRS-C). :1159–1160.
In recent years, the complexity of software vulnera-bilities has continued to increase. Manual vulnerability detection methods alone no longer meet the demand. With the rapid development of the deep learning, many neural network models have been widely applied to source code vulnerability detection. The variant of recurrent neural network (RNN), bidirectional Long Short-Term Memory (BiLSTM), has been a popular choice in vulnerability detection. However, is BiLSTM the most suitable choice? To answer this question, we conducted a series of experiments to investigate the effectiveness of different neural network models for source code vulnerability detection. The results shows that the variants of RNN, gated recurrent unit (GRU) and bidirectional GRU, are more capable of detecting source code fragments with mixed vulnerability types. And the concatenated convolutional neural network is more capable of detecting source code fragments of single vulnerability types.
Yang, Ge, Wang, Shaowei, Wang, Haijie.  2021.  Federated Learning with Personalized Local Differential Privacy. 2021 IEEE 6th International Conference on Computer and Communication Systems (ICCCS). :484–489.

Recently, federated learning (FL), as an advanced and practical solution, has been applied to deal with privacy-preserving issues in distributed multi-party federated modeling. However, most existing FL methods focus on the same privacy-preserving budget while ignoring various privacy requirements of participants. In this paper, we for the first time propose an algorithm (PLU-FedOA) to optimize the deep neural network of horizontal FL with personalized local differential privacy. For such considerations, we design two approaches: PLU, which allows clients to upload local updates under differential privacy-preserving of personally selected privacy level, and FedOA, which helps the server aggregates local parameters with optimized weight in mixed privacy-preserving scenarios. Moreover, we theoretically analyze the effect on privacy and optimization of our approaches. Finally, we verify PLU-FedOA on real-world datasets.

Bo, Xihao, Jing, Xiaoyang, Yang, Xiaojian.  2021.  Style Transfer Analysis Based on Generative Adversarial Networks. 2021 IEEE International Conference on Computer Science, Electronic Information Engineering and Intelligent Control Technology (CEI). :27—30.
Style transfer means using a neural network to extract the content of one image and the style of the other image. The two are combined to get the final result, broadly applied in social communication, animation production, entertainment items. Using style transfer, users can share and exchange images; painters can create specific art styles more readily with less creation cost and production time. Therefore, style transfer is widely concerned recently due to its various and valuable applications. In the past few years, the paper reviews style transfer and chooses three representative works to analyze in detail and contrast with each other, including StyleGAN, CycleGAN, and TL-GAN. Moreover, what function an ideal model of style transfer should realize is discussed. Compared with such a model, potential problems and prospects of different methods to achieve style transfer are listed. A couple of solutions to these drawbacks are given in the end.
Peng, Cheng, Xu, Chenning, Zhu, Yincheng.  2021.  Analysis of Neural Style Transfer Based on Generative Adversarial Network. 2021 IEEE International Conference on Computer Science, Electronic Information Engineering and Intelligent Control Technology (CEI). :189—192.
The goal of neural style transfer is to transform images by the deep learning method, such as changing oil paintings into sketch-style images. The Generative Adversarial Network (GAN) has made remarkable achievements in neural style transfer in recent years. At first, this paper introduces three typical neural style transfer methods, including StyleGAN, StarGAN, and Transparent Latent GAN (TL-GAN). Then, we discuss the advantages and disadvantages of these models, including the quality of the feature axis, the scale, and the model's interpretability. In addition, as the core of this paper, we put forward innovative improvements to the above models, including how to fully exploit the advantages of the above three models to derive a better style conversion model.
Wang, Yueming.  2021.  An Arbitrary Style Transfer Network based on Dual Attention Module. 2021 IEEE 4th Advanced Information Management, Communicates, Electronic and Automation Control Conference (IMCEC). 4:1221—1226.
Arbitrary style transfer means that stylized images can be generated from a set of arbitrary input image pairs of content images and style images. Recent arbitrary style transfer algorithms lead to distortion of content or incompletion of style transfer because network need to make a balance between the content structure and style. In this paper, we introduce a dual attention network based on style attention and channel attention, which can flexibly transfer local styles, pay more attention to content structure, keep content structure intact and reduce unnecessary style transfer. Experimental results show that the network can synthesize high quality stylized images while maintaining real-time performance.
Xiaoqian, Xiong.  2021.  A Sensor Fault Diagnosis Algorithm for UAV Based on Neural Network. 2021 International Conference on Intelligent Transportation, Big Data Smart City (ICITBS). :260–265.
To improve the security and reliability of the system in case of sensor failure, a fault diagnosis algorithm based on neural network is proposed to locate the fault quickly and reconstruct the control system in this paper. Firstly, the typical airborne sensors are introduced and their common failure modes are analyzed. Then, a new method of complex feature extraction using wavelet packet is put forward to extract the fault characteristics of UAV sensors. Finally, the observer method based on BP neural network is adopted to train and acquire data offline, and to detect and process single or multiple sensor faults online. Matlab simulation results show that the algorithm has good diagnostic accuracy and strong generalization ability, which also has certain practicability in engineering.