Mobile Ad hoc Network or MANET is a wireless network that allows communication between the nodes that are in range of each other and are self-configuring. The distributed administration and dynamic nature of MANET makes it vulnerable to many kind of security attacks. One such attack is Black hole attack which is a well known security threat. A node drops all packets which it should forward, by claiming that it has the shortest path to the destination. Intrusion Detection system identifies the unauthorized users in the system. An IDS collects and analyses audit data to detect unauthorized users of computer systems. This paper aims in identifying Black-Hole attack against AODV with Intrusion Detection System, to analyze the attack and find its countermeasure.
Proc. SPIE. 10989, Big Data: Learning, Analytics, and Applications
KEYWORDS: Analytics, Image compression, Data modeling, Data storage, Magnetic resonance imaging, Image segmentation, Medical imaging, Machine learning, Functional magnetic resonance imaging, Evolutionary algorithms
Big data has been one of the hottest topics of scientific discussions in the recent years. In early 2000s, an industry analyst attempted to describe big data as the three Vs: Volume, Velocity, and Variability. With the new technologies such as Hadoop, it is now feasible to store and use extremely large volumes of data that comes in at an unprecedented velocity. The variability of this data can be large as it can come in different formats such as text documents, voice or video, and financial transactions. Big data analytics has been proven to be useful is various fields such as science, sports, advertising, health care, genomic sequence data, and medical imaging. This study presents a brief overview of big data analytics in medical imaging approaches with considering the importance of contemporary machine learning techniques such as deep learning.
Brain imaging studies identified brain networks that play a key role in nicotine dependence-related behavior. Functional connectivity of the brain is dynamic; it changes over time due to different causes such as learning, or quitting a habit. Functional connectivity analysis is useful in discovering and comparing patterns between functional magnetic resonance imaging (fMRI) scans of patients’ brains. In the resting state, the patient is asked to remain calm and not do any task to minimize the contribution of external stimuli. The study of resting-state fMRI networks have shown functionally connected brain regions that have a high level of activity during this state. In this project, we are interested in the relationship between these functionally connected brain regions to identify nicotine dependent patients, who underwent a smoking cessation treatment. Our approach is on the comparison of the set of connections between the fMRI scans before and after treatment. We applied support vector machines, a machine learning technique, to classify patients based on receiving the treatment or the placebo. Using the functional connectivity (CONN) toolbox, we were able to form a correlation matrix based on the functional connectivity between different regions of the brain. The experimental results show that there is inadequate predictive information to classify nicotine dependent patients using the SVM classifier. We propose other classification methods be explored to better classify the nicotine dependent patients.