Applications of Evolutionary Computation: EvoApplications by Uğur Akyazı, A. Şima Uyar (auth.), Cecilia Di Chio, Anthony

By Uğur Akyazı, A. Şima Uyar (auth.), Cecilia Di Chio, Anthony Brabazon, Gianni A. Di Caro, Marc Ebner, Muddassar Farooq, Andreas Fink, Jörn Grahl, Gary Greenfield, Penousal Machado, Michael O’Neill, Ernesto Tarantino, Neil Urquhart (eds.)

Evolutionary computation (EC) suggestions are e?cient, nature-inspired me- ods in response to the foundations of normal evolution and genetics. because of their - ciency and easy underlying ideas, those tools can be utilized for a various rangeofactivitiesincludingproblemsolving,optimization,machinelearningand trend attractiveness. a wide and consistently expanding variety of researchers and pros utilize EC options in numerous program domain names. This quantity offers a cautious collection of correct EC examples mixed with a radical exam of the options utilized in EC. The papers within the quantity illustrate the present cutting-edge within the program of EC and may support and encourage researchers and execs to boost e?cient EC tools for layout and challenge fixing. All papers during this booklet have been awarded in the course of EvoApplications 2010, which integrated more than a few occasions on application-oriented elements of EC. due to the fact 1998, EvoApplications — previously often called EvoWorkshops — has supplied a different chance for EC researchers to satisfy and talk about software elements of EC and has been a massive hyperlink among EC learn and its program in various domain names. in the course of those 12 years, new occasions have arisen, a few have disappeared,whileothershavematuredtobecomeconferencesoftheirown,such as EuroGP in 2000, EvoCOP in 2004, and EvoBIO in 2007. And from this yr, EvoApplications has develop into a convention as well.

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4, there is not a great difference in the results of true positives; all of them except the first one are 100%. 1 % except the first one. 500 TCP Ab number has a 0% false positive rate. The computational overhead of increasing the population size can be ignored since this training part of the IDS will be executed offline. Comparison of the original and the improved jREMISA. 0 dataset, we see that the improved version is better than the original one. All of the Detection of DDoS Attacks 9 true positive rates of the improved jREMISA with TCP, UDP and ICMP population sizes of 300,100 and 100 respectively and 10 as r-continuous value, are 100% as seen in Fig.

Recently, neural networks-based direction finding algorithms have been proposed for single and multiple source direction finding [1], [4], [9], [11]. It has been shown that the neural networks have the capability to track sources in real time. [1], [10] suggested that a RBFNN could be used to track the locations of mobile users. The performance of these ANNs suffered from the variability of the number of users and of a fixed angular separation since different ANNs had to be used when the number of users changed.

Network traffic is classified as self and non-self with the help of antigen detectors which are trained using a dataset. Multiobjective evolutionary algorithms (MOEA) are added to the AIS. A MOEA is preferred because it presents a set of trade-off solutions to the decision maker instead of one solution after evaluating the data for more than one objective. The objectives used in [4] are: 1. Minimization of the classification error rate which is obtained by adding the number of contradicting bits in true positive evaluations and adding the number of non-contradicting bits in true negative evaluations, since efficiency of the detector increases while total score of this objective decreases.

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