Formal Neuro-Immune Network
The paper presents an attempt to introduce a new formal notion of Neuro-Immune Network (NIN) based on a rigorous mathematical basis. This notion is inspired by a biological phenomenon of reciprocal impact between the neural and immune systems. The paper considers examples of NIN including a possible application to intrusion detection in computer networks.
KeywordsSingular Value Decomposition Intrusion Detection Artificial Immune System Formal Protein Shape Space
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