Mathematical Sciences - MA 1801 - Denksport 1801 - "Anomaly Detection in Computer Networks and Some Ideas in Machine Learning" by Randy Paffenroth

Monday, September 17, 2018
11:00 am to 11:50 am


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MA 1801 – Denksport
Fundamental to Mathematics is the action of thinking. Just like a PE course, where bodily activity enhances your physical fitness, Denksport will strengthen your brain muscle, enhance your self-esteem, and boost your immune system against the NR virus.
On Monday, September 17, at 11:00am in SH304 Professor Randy Paffenroth will discuss Anomaly Detection in Computer Networks and Some Ideas in Machine Learning Machine learning has an impact on many aspects of modern life, including self-driving cars, modern cell phones, and digital assistants. Such methods vary in complexity from the simple (e.g., Principal Component Analysis) to the complicated (e.g., Neural Networks). In this talk we will discuss a variety of such techniques, touch on theoretical considerations, and show how they are applied in problems, with a particular focus on cyber-defense.