J. Treurniet

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Anomalous connections in TCP traffic can be detected using a finite state machine model that reflects the progression of a TCP connection through a sequence of states via its control flags. Anomalies generated by this model can be associated with scanning activity. By storing these anomalies over time, it is possible to identify the presence of scanning(More)
It has been shown that the string-flip potential model reproduces most of the bulk properties of nuclear matter, with the exception of nuclear binding. Furthermore, it was postulated that this model, with the inclusion of the colour-hyperfine interaction, should produce binding. In some recent work a modified version of the string-flip potential model was(More)
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