A self-learning system for identifying harmful network information
Shi, Wei, Zhou, Wanlei and Zheng, W. 2004, A self-learning system for identifying harmful network information, in iiWAS 2004 : Sixth International Conference on Information Integration and Web-based Applications Services, 27-29 September 2004, Jakarta, Indonesia, Austrian Computer Society, Vienna, Austria, pp. 621-630.
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iiWAS 2004 : Sixth International Conference on Information Integration and Web-based Applications Services, 27-29 September 2004, Jakarta, Indonesia
Kotsis, G. Bressan, S. Taniar, D. Ibrahim, I. K.
Austrian Computer Society
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Network information identification is a “hot” topic currently. This paper designs a self-learning system using neural network algorithm for identifying the harmful network messages of both Chinese and English languages. The system segments the message into words and creates key word vector which characterizes the harmful network information. The BP algorithm is taken advantage of to train the neural network. The result of training and studying of the neural network can be applied onto many network applications based on message identification. The result of experiments demonstrates that our system has a high degree of accuracy.
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089999 Information and Computing Sciences not elsewhere classified
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