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2022 ◽  
Vol 30 (3) ◽  
pp. 0-0

With the advent of the 5G network era, the convenience of mobile smartphones has become increasingly prominent, the use of mobile applications has become wider and wider, and the number of mobile applications. However, the privacy of mobile applications and the security of users' privacy information are worrying. This article aims to study the ratings of data and machine learning on the privacy security of mobile applications, and uses the experiments in this article to conduct data collection, data analysis, and summary research. This paper experimentally establishes a machine learning model to realize the prediction of privacy scores of Android applications. The establishment of this model is based on the intent of using sensitive permissions in the application and related metadata. It is to create a regression function that can implement the mapping of applications to score . Experimental data shows that the feature vector prediction model can uniquely be used to represent the actual usage and scheme of a system's specific permissions for the application.


2022 ◽  
Vol 30 (3) ◽  
pp. 1-15
Author(s):  
Bin Pan ◽  
Hongxia Guo ◽  
Xing You ◽  
Li Xu

With the advent of the 5G network era, the convenience of mobile smartphones has become increasingly prominent, the use of mobile applications has become wider and wider, and the number of mobile applications. However, the privacy of mobile applications and the security of users' privacy information are worrying. This article aims to study the ratings of data and machine learning on the privacy security of mobile applications, and uses the experiments in this article to conduct data collection, data analysis, and summary research. This paper experimentally establishes a machine learning model to realize the prediction of privacy scores of Android applications. The establishment of this model is based on the intent of using sensitive permissions in the application and related metadata. It is to create a regression function that can implement the mapping of applications to score . Experimental data shows that the feature vector prediction model can uniquely be used to represent the actual usage and scheme of a system's specific permissions for the application.


Author(s):  
Abhilash K. Pai ◽  
Prahaladh Chandrahasan ◽  
U. Raghavendra ◽  
A. K. Karunakar

AbstractAutomated crowd behaviour analysis and monitoring is a challenging task due to the unpredictable nature of the crowd within a particular scene and across different scenes. The prior knowledge of the type of scene under consideration is a crucial mid-level information, which could be utilized to develop robust crowd behaviour analysis systems. In this paper, we propose an approach to automatically detect the type of a crowded scene based on the global motion patterns of the objects within the scene. Three different types of scenes whose global motion pattern characteristics vary from uniform to non-uniform are considered in this work, namely structured, semi-structured, and unstructured scenes, respectively. To capture the global motion pattern characteristics of an input crowd scene, we first extract the motion information in the form of trajectories using a key-point tracker and then compute the average angular orientation feature of each trajectory. This paper utilizes these angular features to introduce a novel feature vector, termed as Histogram of Angular Deviations (HAD), which depicts the distribution of the pair-wise angular deviation values for each trajectory vector. Since angular deviation information is resistant to changes in scene perspectives, we consider it as a key feature for distinguishing the scene types. To evaluate the effectiveness of the proposed HAD-based feature vector in classifying the crowded scenes, we build a crowd scene classification model by training the classical machine learning algorithms on the publicly available Collective Motion Database. The experimental results demonstrate the superior crowd classification performance of the proposed approach as compared to the existing methods. In addition to this, we propose a technique based on quantizing the angular deviation values to reduce the feature dimension and subsequently introduce a novel crowd scene structuredness index to quantify the structuredness of an input crowded scene based on its HAD.


2022 ◽  
Vol 14 (1) ◽  
pp. 20
Author(s):  
Tan Nghia Duong ◽  
Nguyen Nam Doan ◽  
Truong Giang Do ◽  
Manh Hoang Tran ◽  
Duc Minh Nguyen ◽  
...  

Recommendation systems based on convolutional neural network (CNN) have attracted great attention due to their effectiveness in processing unstructured data such as images or audio. However, a huge amount of raw data produced by data crawling and digital transformation is structured, which makes it difficult to utilize the advantages of CNN. This paper introduces a novel autoencoder, named Half Convolutional Autoencoder, which adopts convolutional layers to discover the high-order correlation between structured features in the form of Tag Genome, the side information associated with each movie in the MovieLens 20 M dataset, in order to generate a robust feature vector. Subsequently, these new movie representations, along with the introduction of users’ characteristics generated via Tag Genome and their past transactions, are applied into well-known matrix factorization models to resolve the initialization problem and enhance the predicting results. This method not only outperforms traditional matrix factorization techniques by at least 5.35% in terms of accuracy but also stabilizes the training process and guarantees faster convergence.


2022 ◽  
Vol 64 (1) ◽  
pp. 20-27
Author(s):  
Fengfeng Bie ◽  
Sheng Gu ◽  
Yue Guo ◽  
Gang Yang ◽  
Jian Peng

A gearbox vibration signal contains non-linear impact characteristics and the significant feature information tends to be overwhelmed by other interference components, which make it difficult to extract the typical fault features fully and effectively. Aiming at the key issue of how to effectively extract the impact characteristics, a fault diagnosis method based on improved extreme symmetric mode decomposition (ESMD) and a support vector machine (SVM) is proposed in this paper. The vibration signal is adaptively decomposed into multiple intrinsic mode function (IMF) components by the improved ESMD and then a certain number of components are selected with the maximum kurtosis-envelope spectrum index. The singular spectral entropy, energy entropy and permutation entropy of each component are applied to construct the feature vector set, in which the dimensionality of the set is reduced with the distance separability criterion. Finally, the dimension-reduced feature vector set is input into the SVM for pattern recognition. Dynamic simulation and experimental gearbox research show that the improved ESMD method can extract and identify gearbox fault information effectively.


2022 ◽  
Vol 355 ◽  
pp. 03035
Author(s):  
Yicen Liu ◽  
Ying Chen ◽  
Songhai Fan ◽  
Yiyu Gong ◽  
Xi Zou

In order to improve the sensitivity and reliability of traveling wave protection, on the basis of analyzing the relationship of the anti-traveling wave current amplitude in the window after the internal/external failure of the double circuit line on the same tower, a fault identification method based on EEMD energy ratio is proposed. Use EEMD decomposition to decompose the anti-traveling wave current in a time window after the fault into 7 scales, and extracts the EEMD energy ratio at each scale at both ends to form a feature vector. Then it is sent to the particle swarm optimization support vector machine (PSO-SVM) for training and testing, and the internal and external faults are identified. Experiments show that the algorithm has good fault identification ability, the fault accuracy is 95% and the method sensitivity is high.


2021 ◽  
Vol 2021 ◽  
pp. 1-9
Author(s):  
Lina Zhang ◽  
Yu Sang ◽  
Donghai Dai

Polar harmonic transforms (PHTs) have been applied in pattern recognition and image analysis. But the current computational framework of PHTs has two main demerits. First, some significant color information may be lost during color image processing in conventional methods because they are based on RGB decomposition or graying. Second, PHTs are influenced by geometric errors and numerical integration errors, which can be seen from image reconstruction errors. This paper presents a novel computational framework of quaternion polar harmonic transforms (QPHTs), namely, accurate QPHTs (AQPHTs). First, to holistically handle color images, quaternion-based PHTs are introduced by using the algebra of quaternions. Second, the Gaussian numerical integration is adopted for geometric and numerical error reduction. When compared with CNNs (convolutional neural networks)-based methods (i.e., VGG16) on the Oxford5K dataset, our AQPHT achieves better performance of scaling invariant representation. Moreover, when evaluated on standard image retrieval benchmarks, our AQPHT using smaller dimension of feature vector achieves comparable results with CNNs-based methods and outperforms the hand craft-based methods by 9.6% w.r.t mAP on the Holidays dataset.


2021 ◽  
Vol 2021 ◽  
pp. 1-7
Author(s):  
Zhijun Guo ◽  
Shuai Liu

In the process of wireless image transmission, there are a large number of interference signals, but the traditional interference signal recognition system is limited by various modulation modes, it is difficult to accurately identify the target signal, and the reliability of the system needs to be further improved. In order to solve this problem, a wireless image transmission interference signal recognition system based on deep learning is designed in this paper. In the hardware part, STM32F107VT and SI4463 are used to form a wireless controller to control the execution of each instruction. In the software part, aiming at the time-domain characteristics of the interference signal, the feature vector of the interference signal is extracted. With the support of GAP-CNN model, the interference signal is recognized through the training and learning of feature vector. The experimental results show that the packet loss rate of the designed system is less than 0.5%, the recognition performance is good, and the reliability of the system is improved.


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