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A smart student attendance system (SSAS) is presented in this paper. The system is divided into two phases: hardware and software. The Hardware phase is implemented based on Arduino's camera while the software phase is achieved by using image processing with face recognition depended on the cross-correlation technique. In comparison with traditiona...
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The security of networked systems has become a critical universal issue that influences individuals, enterprises and governments. The rate of attacks against networked systems has increased dramatically, and the tactics used by the attackers are continuing to evolve. Intrusion detection is one of the solutions against these attacks. A common and ef...
Recently, cybersecurity threats have increased dramatically and the techniques used by the attackers continue to evolve and become ingenious during the attack. Moreover, the complexity and frequent occurrence of imbalanced class distributions in most datasets indicate the need for extra research efforts. The objective of this paper is to utilize va...
The increasing amount of network throughput and security threat makes intrusion detection a major research problem. In the literature, intrusion detection has been approached by either a hardware or software technique. This paper reviews and compares hardware based techniques that are commonly used in intrusion detection systems with a special emph...
A Wireless Sensor Network (WSN) is an assemblage of cooperative sensor nodes acting together into an environment to monitor an event of interest. However, one of the most limiting factors is the energy constrain for each node; therefore, it is a trade-off is required for that factor in designing of a network, while reporting, tracking or visualizin...