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Classification in Action: Neural Networks and Differential Evolution Classifier applied to Intrusion Detection and Cancer Data
Webinar Speaker: Prof. Simone Ludwig
Date and Time: November 11, 2019, 3 pm (GMT) Time Zone Converter
Registration URL: https://register.gotowebinar.com/register/1284036469210039820
Abstract: This presentation will talk about two research projects. The first investigates an Intrusion Detection data set applying a neural network ensemble classifier, and the second looks at different cancer data sets applying a differential evolution classifier. The presentation will start with an introduction to neural networks and will then describe the deep neural network ensemble that was applied to Intrusion detection data. The classification task is to differentiate between normal and intrusive behavior in a network. The second project proposes a cost-sensitive version of the centroid-based classification algorithm using differential evolution. Four imbalanced cancer data sets (Breast, Lung, Uterus, and Stomach) are investigated. The experiments investigate the survivability of cancer patients compared to the performance of the current variants. Moreover, the performance of the proposed version is compared with the performance of five cost-sensitive machine-learning algorithms.
Bio: Dr. Simone Ludwig is a Professor of Computer Science at North Dakota State University (NDSU, US) since 2010. Prior to joining NDSU she worked at the University of Saskatchewan (Canada), Concordia University (Canada), Cardiff University (UK) and Brunel University (UK). Dr. Ludwig received her PhD degree and MSc degree with distinction from Brunel University (UK), in 2004 and 2000, respectively. Before starting her academic career she worked several years in the software industry. Her research interests lie in the area of computational intelligence including swarm intelligence, evolutionary computation, neural networks, and fuzzy reasoning. Examples of application areas where computational intelligence methods are applied to are data mining (including big data), image processing, intrusion detection, cryptography, and cloud computing.
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