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Multi-Smart Meter Data Encryption Scheme Basedon Distributed Differential Privacy
Big Data Mining and Analytics 2024, 7 (1): 131-141
Published: 25 December 2023
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Under the general trend of the rapid development of smart grids, data security and privacy are facing serious challenges; protecting the privacy data of single users under the premise of obtaining user-aggregated data has attracted widespread attention. In this study, we propose an encryption scheme on the basis of differential privacy for the problem of user privacy leakage when aggregating data from multiple smart meters. First, we use an improved homomorphic encryption method to realize the encryption aggregation of users’ data. Second, we propose a double-blind noise addition protocol to generate distributed noise through interaction between users and a cloud platform to prevent semi-honest participants from stealing data by colluding with one another. Finally, the simulation results show that the proposed scheme can encrypt the transmission of multi-intelligent meter data under the premise of satisfying the differential privacy mechanism. Even if an attacker has enough background knowledge, the security of the electricity information of one another can be ensured.

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Applying Big Data Based Deep Learning System to Intrusion Detection
Big Data Mining and Analytics 2020, 3 (3): 181-195
Published: 16 July 2020
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With vast amounts of data being generated daily and the ever increasing interconnectivity of the world’s internet infrastructures, a machine learning based Intrusion Detection Systems (IDS) has become a vital component to protect our economic and national security. Previous shallow learning and deep learning strategies adopt the single learning model approach for intrusion detection. The single learning model approach may experience problems to understand increasingly complicated data distribution of intrusion patterns. Particularly, the single deep learning model may not be effective to capture unique patterns from intrusive attacks having a small number of samples. In order to further enhance the performance of machine learning based IDS, we propose the Big Data based Hierarchical Deep Learning System (BDHDLS). BDHDLS utilizes behavioral features and content features to understand both network traffic characteristics and information stored in the payload. Each deep learning model in the BDHDLS concentrates its efforts to learn the unique data distribution in one cluster. This strategy can increase the detection rate of intrusive attacks as compared to the previous single learning model approaches. Based on parallel training strategy and big data techniques, the model construction time of BDHDLS is reduced substantially when multiple machines are deployed.

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Survey on Encoding Schemes for Genomic Data Representation and Feature Learning—From Signal Processing to Machine Learning
Big Data Mining and Analytics 2018, 1 (3): 191-210
Published: 24 May 2018
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Data-driven machine learning, especially deep learning technology, is becoming an important tool for handling big data issues in bioinformatics. In machine learning, DNA sequences are often converted to numerical values for data representation and feature learning in various applications. Similar conversion occurs in Genomic Signal Processing (GSP), where genome sequences are transformed into numerical sequences for signal extraction and recognition. This kind of conversion is also called encoding scheme. The diverse encoding schemes can greatly affect the performance of GSP applications and machine learning models. This paper aims to collect, analyze, discuss, and summarize the existing encoding schemes of genome sequence particularly in GSP as well as other genome analysis applications to provide a comprehensive reference for the genomic data representation and feature learning in machine learning.

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