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Detecting Backdoor Attacks on Deep Neural Networks by Activation Clustering
This work proposes a novel approach to backdoor detection and removal for neural networks that is the first methodology capable of detecting poisonous data crafted to insert backdoors and repairing the model that does not require a verified and trusted dataset.
Web Service Composition - Current Solutions and Open Problems
This work discusses what makes the Web service composition so special and derive challenges for the AI planning community and compares these approaches to the problems of modeling, composing, executing, and verifying Web services.
Generating diverse plans to handle unknown and partially known user preferences
Synthy: A system for end to end composition of web services
Domain Independent Approaches for Finding Diverse Plans
- B. Srivastava, T. Nguyen, A. Gerevini, S. Kambhampati, M. Do, I. Serina
- Computer ScienceIJCAI
- 6 January 2007
It is described how two representative state-of-the-art domain independent planning approaches - one based on compilation to CSP, and the other based on heuristic local search - can be adapted to produce diverse plans.
Hybrid Planning for Partially Hierarchical Domains
This paper provides a generalized plan-space refinement that is capable of handling non-primitive actions and provides a principled way of handling partially hierarchical domains, while preserving systematicity, and respecting the user-intent inherent in the reduction schemas.
A service creation environment based on end to end composition of Web services
This work presents the first integrated work in composing web services end to end from specification to deployment by synergistically combining the strengths of the above approaches.
Adaptation inWeb Service Composition and Execution
- G. Chafle, K. Dasgupta, Arun Kumar, S. Mittal, B. Srivastava
- Computer ScienceIEEE International Conference on Web Services…
- 18 September 2006
A staged approach for adaptive WSCE (A-WSCE) is motivated that cleanly separates the functional and non-functional requirements of a new service, and enables different environmental changes to be absorbed at different stages of composition and execution.
Understanding approaches for web service composition and execution
- Vikas Agarwal, G. Chafle, S. Mittal, B. Srivastava
- Computer ScienceBangalore Compute Conf.
- 18 January 2008
This work presents an analysis that includes formalization of the WSCE process, a classification of existing solutions into four distinct categories (approaches), and an in-depth evaluation of these approaches.
Enhancing a biomedical information extraction system with dictionary mining and context disambiguation
This paper presents a system called BioAnnotator, which uses domain-based dictionary lookup for recognizing known terms and a rule engine for discovering new terms in documents and explains how the system uses a biomedical dictionary to learn extraction patterns for the rule engine.