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DBSCAN is one of powerful density-based clustering algorithms for detecting outliers, but there are some difficulties in finding its parameters (epsilon and minpts). Currently, there is also no way to use DBSCAN with different parameters for different cluster when it is applied to anomaly detection when network traffic includes multiple traffic types with(More)
Recommendation systems analyze user preferences and recommend items to a user by predicting the user's preference for those items. Among various kinds of recommendation methods, collaborative filtering (CF) has been widely used and successfully applied to practical applications. However, collaborative filtering has two inherent problems: data sparseness and(More)
Social networks are social structures that depict relational structure of different entities. The most important entities are usually located in strategic locations within the network. Users from such positions play important roles in spreading the information. The purpose of this research is to make a connection between, information related to structural(More)
A total of 175 samples, composed of 35 different foodstuffs, were obtained from retail markets in Korea and analyzed to investigate the contamination status and dietary intake of Dechlorane compounds. The concentrations of Dechlorane Plus (DP), mirex, Dechlorane (Dec) 602 and 603 ranged from ND to 169.85 pg/g wet weight (ww), 107.30 pg/g ww, 20.81 pg/g ww,(More)
This paper presents the SERF (System for Electronic Recommendation Filtering) which is a collaborative filtering system that recommends context-sensitive, high-quality information sources for document search. Collaborative filtering systems remove the limitation of traditional content-based search by using individual's ratings to evaluate and recommend(More)
Coarsening and kinetic arrest of colloidal systems undergoing spinodal decomposition (SD) is a conserved motif for forming hierarchical, bicontinuous structures. Although the thermodynamic origins of SD in colloids are widely known, the microstructural processes responsible for its coarsening and associated dynamics en route to arrest remain elusive. To(More)
Marine mussels of the genus Mytilus live in the hostile intertidal zone, attached to rocks, bio-fouled surfaces and each other via collagen-rich threads ending in adhesive pads, the plaques. Plaques adhere in salty, alkaline seawater, withstanding waves and tidal currents. Each plaque requires a force of several newtons to detach. Although the molecular(More)