• Efficient Autonomous Defense System Using Machine Learning on Edge Device
  • Abstract As a large amount of data needs to be processed and speed needs to be improved, edge computing with ultra-low latency and ultra-connectivity is emerging as a new paradigm. These changes can lead to new cyber risks, and should therefore be considered for a security threat model. To this end, we constructed an edge system to study security in two directions, hardware and software. First, on the hardware side, we want to autonomically defend against hardware attacks such as side channel attacks by configuring field programmable gate array (FPGA) which is suitable for edge computing and identifying communication status to… More
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  • Price Prediction of Seasonal Items Using Machine Learning and Statistical Methods
  • Abstract Price prediction of goods is a vital point of research due to how common e-commerce platforms are. There are several efforts conducted to forecast the price of items using classic machine learning algorithms and statistical models. These models can predict prices of various financial instruments, e.g., gold, oil, cryptocurrencies, stocks, and second-hand items. Despite these efforts, the literature has no model for predicting the prices of seasonal goods (e.g., Christmas gifts). In this context, we framed the task of seasonal goods price prediction as a regression problem. First, we utilized a real online trailer dataset of Christmas gifts and then… More
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  • Energy and Bandwidth Based Link Stability Routing Algorithm for IoT
  • Abstract Internet of Things (IoT) is becoming popular nowadays for collecting and sharing the data from the nodes and among the nodes using internet links. Particularly, some of the nodes in IoT are mobile and dynamic in nature. Hence maintaining the link among the nodes, efficient bandwidth of the links among the mobile nodes with increased life time is a big challenge in IoT as it integrates mobile nodes with static nodes for data processing. In such networks, many routing-problems arise due to difficulties in energy and bandwidth based quality of service. Due to the mobility and finite nature of the… More
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  • An Efficient AES 32-Bit Architecture Resistant to Fault Attacks
  • Abstract The Advanced Encryption Standard cryptographic algorithm, named AES, is implemented in cryptographic circuits to ensure high security level to any system which required confidentiality and secure information exchange. One of the most effective physical attacks against the hardware implementation of AES is fault attacks which can extract secret data. Until now, a several AES fault detection schemes against fault injection attacks have been proposed. In this paper, so as to ensure a high level of security against fault injection attacks, a new efficient fault detection scheme based on the AES architecture modification has been proposed. For this reason, the AES… More
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  • Optimal Deep Convolution Neural Network for Cervical Cancer Diagnosis Model
  • Abstract Biomedical imaging is an effective way of examining the internal organ of the human body and its diseases. An important kind of biomedical image is Pap smear image that is widely employed for cervical cancer diagnosis. Cervical cancer is a vital reason for increased women’s mortality rate. Proper screening of pap smear images is essential to assist the earlier identification and diagnostic process of cervical cancer. Computer-aided systems for cancerous cell detection need to be developed using deep learning (DL) approaches. This study introduces an intelligent deep convolutional neural network for cervical cancer detection and classification (IDCNN-CDC) model using biomedical… More
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  • Improved Sequencing Heuristic DSDV Protocol Using Nomadic Mobility Model for FANETS
  • Abstract Most interesting area is the growing demand of flying-IoT mergers with smart cities. However, aerial vehicles, especially unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs), have limited capabilities for maintaining node energy efficiency. In order to communicate effectively, IoT is a key element for smart cities. While improving network performance, routing protocols can be deployed in flying-IoT to improve latency, packet drop rate, packet delivery, power utilization, and average-end-to-end delay. Furthermore, in literature, proposed techniques are very much complex which cannot be easily implemented in real-world applications. This issue leads to the development of lightweight energy-efficient routing in flying-IoT networks. This paper addresses the… More
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