In addition, SYNERGY provides a great facility for the area of anomaly detection We evaluate SYNERGY using data collected at a tier-1 ISP network and show . ate the performance of different anomaly detection methods. We evaluate SYNERGY using data collected at a tier-1 ISP network and show that it performs very. In this paper, we design and prototype a novel system, SYNERGY, that can detect network anomalies with high confidence by correlating across multiple data.
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Comparative performances of the different algorithms with their case studies are also explained. It can be inferred from the various literature that it is very difficult to select a particular sensor algorithm for generating global fire products. Suggestions are given to further explore the possibility of improvement of fire detection algorithms. All known occurrences of high-rank coal around the world are invariably associated with the problem of 'coal fires,' particularly in China, USA, Australia, Indonesia and India Cracknell and Mansor ;Mansor et al.
Temporal monitoring of coal fires in Jharia Coalfield, India. A body of literature has shown that it is feasible to conduct the assessment of LST or GHF from high spatial resolution satellite data   .
However, there is no previous study of geothermal exploration using satellite-based infrared data in Taiwan. Therefore, it is need to conduct the assessment of LST or geothermal heat flux GHF from high spatial resolution, such as Landsat data e.
Se sabe que los incendios de carb? Spontaneous combustion is a subject of great concern, causing mainly environmental problems by generating emissions of polluting gases, losses of reserves, problems of geotechnical instability and health problems.
The propagation of fires in highwall and footwall is caused by the progressive unleashing of chemical reactions, coupled with an intense release of heat in the reaction front and can be studied taking into account the thermodynamics and chemical kinetics, which are due to the conservation equation of energy and chemical species, respectively.
Technical improvements were proposed in the methods of removal, suffocation and the PROPEX proposal as an alternative method of innovative extinction worldwide. Results of the master's thesis in mineral resources. Geothermal energy is an increasingly important component of green energy in the globe. A prerequisite for geothermal energy development is to acquire the local and regional geothermal prospects. Existing geophysical methods of estimating the geothermal potential are usually limited to the scope of prospecting because of the operation cost and site reachability in the field.
Thus, explorations in a large-scale area such as the surface temperature and the thermal anomaly primarily rely on satellite thermal infrared imagery. This study aims to apply and integrate thermal infrared TIR remote sensing technology with existing geophysical methods for the geothermal exploration in Taiwan. Accuracy assessment of satellite-derived LST is conducted by comparing with the air temperature data from 11 permanent meteorological stations. The correlation coefficient of linear regression between air temperature and LST retrieval is 0.
LST Results indicate that thermal anomaly areas appear correlating with the development of faulted structure. Selected geothermal anomaly areas are validated in detail by field investigation of hot springs and geothermal drillings. It implies that occurrences of hot springs and geothermal drillings are in good spatial agreement with anomaly areas.
In addition, the significant low-resistivity zones observed in the resistivity sections are echoed with the LST profiles when compared with in the Chingshui geothermal field.
Despite limited to detecting the surficial and the shallow buried geothermal resources, this work suggests that TIR remote sensing is a valuable tool by providing an effective way of mapping and quantifying surface features to facilitate the exploration and assessment of geothermal resources in Taiwan. Mercury emissions from dynamic monitoring holes of underground coal fires in the Wuda Coalfield, Inner Mongolia, China.
With the aim of observing the active state of underground coal seam fires to protect the main roadways of the coal mine, 44 drill holes were drilled in five fire areas of the Suhaitu coal mine to monitor gas emissions. This finding indicates that the mercury emissions originate from underground coal fires.
Furthermore, mercury concentration has a positive correlation with CO content and gas temperature, implying that mercury has the potential to act as a supplementary coal-fire index gases to monitor the prevailing underground coal fire in north China on the basis of traditional indicators.
Whether it can perform satisfactorily in practical applications requires further comprehensive study. Oxidatively and thermally altered high-volatile bituminous coals in high-temperature coal fire zone No.
Coal fires have received increasing attention due to their environmental, economic, and social impacts. Their significant influence on coal properties is widely documented by geophysical and geochemical methods. Development of more effective early warning systems EWSs for various applications have been possible during the past decade due to advancements in information, detection, data mining DM and surveillance technologies.
These application areas include economy, banking, finance, health care, bioinformatics, production and service delivery, hazard and crime prevention and minimization of other social risks involving the environment, administrations, politics and human rights.
This chapter aims to define knowledge discovery in databases KDD process in five steps: Data preparation, data preprocessing, DM, evaluation and interpretation, and implementation. DM is further explained in descriptive and predictive mining categories with their functions and methods used or likely to be used in EWSs. In addition to well-known structured data types, mining of advanced data types such as spatial, temporal, sequence, images, multimedia and hypertexts is also introduced.
Moreover, it presents a brief survey of overview and application papers and software in the EWS literature. Applications of remote sensing techniques in coal geology. Detection and delineation of depth of subsurface coalmine fires based on an airborne multispectral scanner survey in a part of the Jharia coalfield, India. In India, active fires burning for quite a few decades in underground coal mines have created serious hazards to life and coal property.
A daytime and predawn Multispectral Scanner Survey was conducted over the Jharia coalfield, Bihar, to detect and delineate subsurface fires. Pixel temperatures data converted from digital number values were used to generate isothermal maps and temperature profiles along scan lines which were subsequently cross-checked with selective ground thermometric data.
The anomalous zones of isothermal maps have been correlated with known fires and have also indicated possible fireprone areas. Depth of the source of fire delineated at different locations on the basis of the equation for linear heat flow in a semi-infinite medium has been correlated with underground mining information and was found to be very encouraging for all future activities and monitoring.
Underground and surface coal mine fire detection in India's Jharia coal field using airborne thermal infrared data. Comparison of pixel-based and object-oriented image classification approaches - A case study in a coal fire area. Multitier remote sensing data analysis for coal fire mapping in Jharia coalfield of Bihar, India.
Detection and location of subsurface coal fires. Detection, delineation and monitoring of subsurface coal fires by aerial infrared scanning. Land-use mapping and change detection in a coal mining area - A case study in the Jharia coalfield, India. Jan Int J Rem Sens. Similarity as a central approach to flow-based anomaly detection. Jul Int J Netw Manag. Network flow monitoring is currently a common practice in mid- and large-size networks.
Methods of flow-based anomaly detection are subject to ongoing extensive research, because detection methods based on deep packets have reached their limits. However, there is a lack of comprehensive studies mapping the state of the art in this area. For this reason, we have conducted a thorough survey of flow-based anomaly detection methods published on academic conferences and used by the industry.
We have analyzed these methods using the perspective of similarity which is inherent to any anomaly detection method. Based on this analysis, we have proposed a new taxonomy of network anomalies and a similarity-oriented classification of flow-based detection methods.
We have also identified four issues requiring further research: IP forwarding anomalies and improving their detection using multiple data sources. IP forwarding anomalies, triggered by equipment failures, imple-mentation bugs, or configuration errors, can significantly disrupt and degrade network service. Robust and reliable detection of such anoma-lies is essential to rapid problem diagnosis, problem mitigation, and repair. We propose a simple, robust method that integrates routing and traffic data streams to reliably detect forwarding anomalies, and report on the evaluation of the method in a tier-1 ISP backbone.
First, we transform each data stream separately, to produce informative alarm indicators. A forwarding anomaly is then signalled only if the indicators for both streams indicate anomalous behavior concur-rently. The overall method is scalable, automated and self-training. We find this technique effectively identifies forwarding anomalies, while avoiding the high false alarms rate that would otherwise result if either stream were used unilaterally.
Anomaly Detection in IP Networks. Network anomaly detection is a vibrant research area. Researchers have approached this problem using various techniques such as artificial intelligence, machine learning, and state machine modeling. In this paper, we first review these anomaly detection methods and then describe in detail a statistical signal processing technique based on abrupt change detection.
We show that this signal processing technique is effective at detecting several network anomalies. Case studies from real network data that demonstrate the power of the signal processing approach to network anomaly detection are presented. The application of signal processing techniques to this area is still in its infancy, and we believe that it has great potential to enhance the field, and thereby improve the reliability of IP networks.
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SYNERGY: Detecting and Diagnosing Correlated Network Anomalies
A Community-Based Cooperative Anomaly Detection System by the Synergy of Mobile Sensing and Delay Tolerant Networks. Conference. We show that (a) the magnetocaloric effect exhibits an unexpected anomaly at the ferroelectric transition occurring at a high temperature, even. The synergy between anomaly detectors permits to detect twice as many anomalies Significant anomalous traffic features are extracted from reported alarms.