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Lecture Notes in Computer Science
In this work we present NeMODe a declarative system for Computer Network Intrusion detection which provides a declarative Domain Specific Language for describing computer network intrusion signatures that ... relies on Constraint Programming (CP) methodologies to find those intrusions. ... The IBM QS21 dual-Cell/BE blades used in this work were donated by IBM Corporation, in the context of a SUR (Shared University Research) grant awarded to Universidade de Évora and CENTRIA. ...doi:10.1007/978-3-642-18378-2_11 fatcat:2sxx6j65yjdp7gioqt557jjmwq
NeMODe is a declarative system for computer network intrusion detection, providing a declarative domain specific language for describing network intrusion signatures which can span several network packets ... to perform the detection of the specific intrusions. ... Such task can be accomplished by network intrusion detection system (IDS) e.g., Snort (Roesch, 1999) . ...doi:10.1504/ijbic.2013.055449 fatcat:l4xvsaplqzfrhdq6xniyx2szaq
Interdisciplinary Research Theory and Technology
This paper presents a signature-based network intrusion detection system. The intrusions are detected using their signatures defined as a set of rules contained in DSL scripts. ... Moreover, the use of genetic algorithm would reduce the number of packet combinations being investigated for signs of the intrusions. ... In literature, the NeMODe system  is an example of network intrusion detection systems that provides a declarative and expressive domain specific language for describing intrusion signatures that ...doi:10.14257/astl.2013.29.53 fatcat:umlfbscjcrdubggugavafzioym
constraints for emission estimates. ... The scaled values using the constraint from POLDER yield a global cloud albedo RF of -0.85 W m -2 , an almost 40% reduction from their previous estimate. ... Following Shindell et al. (2005) the uncertainty estimate is taken to be ±20% for CH ...fatcat:iqyjjxlmsfh4fkalk7ezbzomcq