As my PhD time at Aberystwyth’s Intelligent Robotics research group draws to a close I will be moving my content, code, papers and presentations from http://users.aber.ac.uk/pds7/to this new Wordpress blog and new domain name http://petescully.co.uk.
The last four years have been such a fun time, full of learning, friendships and a developing love-hate relationship with the Welsh countryside and weather! This photo is of our climb up Snowdon, Wales’s tallest mountain at 1000m, with my partner Wikanda Promkhuntong and Tzu Chueng, our kind friend and visiting scholar from Taiwan, back on a beautiful July day in 2013.
It’s also nice to go back over past work, here are some interesting bits of code that I will migrate in the coming weeks:
- The open source — Weka package RSARSubsetEval — feature selection package using rough set theory, for selecting the most informative columns from datasets for supervised learning classifiers.
- The Receptor Density Algorithm — RDA python implementation — for anomaly detection, which is an artificial immune system model algorithm based on a T-cell receptor, originally by Owens et al in 2009 at York.
- The reformatted CSIC 2010 HTTP datasets network security datasets for machine learning algorithms. Specifically for web penetration testing and web application firewalls. We have used them in feature building, distributed system testing and network-based security intrusion detection/ prevention systems (IDS/IPS).
- … and of course details of — CARDINAL-Vanilla — my PhD thesis architecture. It’s an applied proof-of-concept decentralised self-healing architecture for network-based security in industrial control system (ICS) and supervisory control and data acquisition (SCADA) networks. There’s also a Youtube video of an early version of the CARDINAL-E architecture classifying and self-hardening on two workstations reading network traffic packet data.