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A Pattern Matching Model for Misuse Intrusion Detection
This paper describes a generic model of matching that can be usefully applied to misuse intrusion detection. The model is based on Colored Petri Nets. Guards define the context in which signaturesExpand
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Continuous Verification Using Multimodal Biometrics
Conventional verification systems, such as those controlling access to a secure room, do not usually require the user to reauthenticate himself for continued access to the protected resource. ThisExpand
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An Application of Pattern Matching in Intrusion Detection
This report examines and classi es the characteristics of signatures used in misuse intrusion detection. E cient algorithms to match patterns in some of these classes are described. A generalizedExpand
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A Multilingual Multimedia Indian Sign Language Dictionary Tool
This paper presents a cross platform multilingual multimedia Indian Sign Language (ISL) dictionary building tool. ISL is a linguistically under-investigated language with no source of well documentedExpand
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Automated identification of potential snow avalanche release areas based on digital elevation models
Abstract. The identification of snow avalanche release areas is a very difficult task. The release mechanism of snow avalanches depends on many different terrain, meteorological, snowpack andExpand
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Continuous Verification Using Multimodal Biometrics
Conventional verification systems, such as those controlling access to a secure room, do not usually require the user to reauthenticate himself for continued access to the protected resource. ThisExpand
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ADAPTING THE SOFTWARE ENGINEERING PROCESS TO WEB ENGINEERING PROCESS
With the evolvement of web based applications, it has been found that the conventional software engineering models can not be used directly for the development of web based applications. TheExpand
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An empirical study of some software fault prediction techniques for the number of faults prediction
During the software development process, prediction of the number of faults in software modules can be more helpful instead of predicting the modules being faulty or non-faulty. Such an approach mayExpand
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Predicting Number of Faults in Software System using Genetic Programming
Abstract In software development perspective, dealing with software faults is a vital and foremost important task. Presence of faults not only reduces the quality of the software, but also increasesExpand
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Asynchronous Optimization Over Heterogeneous Networks Via Consensus ADMM
This paper considers the distributed optimization of a sum of locally observable, nonconvex functions. The optimization is performed over a multiagent networked system, and each local functionExpand
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