DILCA is a distributed logical correlation and reaction architecture featuring collection and correlation of IDMEF formatted log events (Intrusion Detection Message Exchange Format - RFC 4765) through a multi-step signature based system.
ILCE (IDMEF Logical Correlation Engine) is the core of the
... [More] architecture, which parses logs on the fly and generates reaction events on previously created policies (builted into multi-step signature system).
Therefore these reaction events are sent to each DILCA Manager node, and forwarded to the right target Agent handled by that node (DILCA Agent/Plugin).
Every Agent/Plugin sends local IDMEF logs to the corresponding DILCA manager and receives reaction events from it.
IDXP (Intrusion Detection Exchance Protocol - RFC 4767) is the standard protocol used during IDMEF,Signatures and Reactions exchanges.
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Information retrieval is a traditional application for computers that has become even more prominent with the advent of the World Wide Web. The process of retrieving content from a text corpus (collection of text files) is normally managed by analyzing the text files to produce an index, and then
... [More] having a separate query engine that uses the index to retrieve the desired text from its source files. For Project 5, queries will retrieve documents instead of lines. Hence, the structure of the index file and the kind of analysis used to construct it will differ somewhat from that of Projects 3 and 4. Other differences will include the kinds of queries allowed and the user interface. For this project, the analysis tool is called DTI (pronounced ditty and standing for Document-Term Indexer), and the query tool is called RABID (Retrieve and Browse Indexed Documents). [Less]
This project is dedicated to the development of fast and versatile visualization of results of deterministic tractography, including effective selection of fibres, to the effective visualization of probabilistic tractograms, including surface texturing, and to the integration of fibre visualization
... [More] with the display of MRI, functional MRI and EEG/MEG source localization results. [Less]