THE MODEL FOR EVALUATING THE EFFECTIVENESS OF AN INFORMATION SECURITY SYSTEM CONFIGURATION BASED ON GENETIC ALGORITHMS
I.M. Kosmacheva, N.V. Daviduyk, I.V. Sibikina, I.Y. Kuchin
The article presents the hierarchical structure of settings for information security tools, introduced criteria for evaluating the effectiveness of security systems, formalizes the concept of “security system configuration” based on evolutionary modeling objects, such as population, chromosome (solution vector), fitness function, etc. The mathematical model for constructing a security system using artificial intelligence methods has been developed. The proposed system is characterized by the possibility of considering the influence of random factors (staff, equipment failures, attack time on the security system) when choosing a protection option and the ability of adapting the protection system to changing environmental conditions. This model allows to use it not only in the professional activities of information security specialists, but also in training process as a kind of simulator. The development of an effective information security system using a genetic algorithm is possible on the basis of system monitoring events data, data received from experts and during simulation of the protection system. Thus, the research results have an applied nature and can be used in developments related to the design of information systems, decision support systems in the field of information security.
Keywords: evolutionary modeling, simulation, genetic algorithm, threats to information security, information security tools, security system configuration, data protection.
IDENTIFICATION OF TECHNICAL READINESS OF TRANSPORT AND TECHNOLOGICAL VEHICLES OF A LARGE TRANSPORTATION COMPANY
H.S. Salih, S.Y. Egorov, A.V. Zatonskiy, P.V. Plekhov
This paper focuses on a large transportation company with a fleet of hundreds of units of trucks and technological vehicles which service a number of distantly remote worksites (excavation works (quarries), construction, road works). The paper suggests an approach to determine the technical readiness of the large transportation company fleet, based on the collection and processing of statistical information about the vehicles’ operational failures, and the proposed simulation model for determining the technical readiness of the vehicles. An algorithm for identifying the technical readiness of auto transport and technological vehicles has been developed based on the statistical approach. A numerical experiment was carried out to determine the approximating function for determining the vehicles’ repair time. During the simulation to identify the technical readiness of auto transport and technological vehicles, data was obtained that could reasonably determine the start time for the repair of each of the vehicles, which allows beginning preparatory work for repairs in advance, thereby reducing the downtime of vehicles during the repair. As a result, executive decision making becomes possible with regards to the preparation and adjustment of transport supply plans for the construction sites, leading to increased efficiency of the large transportation company.
Keywords: statistics, repair, freight transport, simulation, technical readiness.
VERIFICATION OF THE SIMULATION MODEL OF THE ADAPTIVE RATE FULL ECHO ROUTING ALGORITHM DEVELOPED IN THE ANYLOGIC SIMULATION ENVIRONMENT
The mesh topology and point-to-point exchange wireless networks actualize the task of developing algorithms that increase the efficiency of routing these networks. An important feature of these networks is to use the limited battery life devices. The algorithm development taking into account battery level is an urgent task as this factor is one of the important factors affecting the network as a whole. Preview articles the author developed a new Adaptive Rate Full Echo routing algorithm, which is based on the Q-Routing algorithm, using the reinforced machine learning methods. In addition the previous author works a simulation model was presented in the Anylogic simulation system, where the developed algorithm simulation results were performed. The simulation model Verification is a necessary condition for the correctness and reliability of the data received in it. This article presents the results of checking the adequacy of the developed simulation model of the Adaptive Rate Full Echo algorithm by comparing the simulation results with the results of field tests.
Keywords: special network, routes, algorithm, delivery time, simulation, verification of the simulation model, network loss time connectivity.
MODEL OF THE PROCESS OF MANAGING A GENETIC ALGORITHM USING AN ARTIFICIAL NEURAL NETWORK BECAUSE OF STRUCTURAL-PARAMETRIC SYNTHESIS OF LARGE DISCRETE SYSTEMS
D.A. Petrosov, Al Saedi Mohanad Ridha Ghanim, S.Y. Beletskaya
In intelligent decision support systems aimed at solving the problems of structurally parametric synthesis of models of large discrete systems with a given behavior, based on genetic algorithms, it is often required to increase speed using not only hardware, but also mathematical ones. In this paper, we consider the processes that arise when using an evolutionary procedure consisting of four genetic algorithms adapted to the task of synthesizing under the control of an artificial neural network. Each model that is part of the decision-making block fulfills its function in the task of structural-parametric synthesis of simulation models of large discrete systems. That is, it searches for solutions based on: models of elements that make up the synthesized object; interelement connections; initial parameters of the functioning of the elements; parameters of the elements of the synthesized system, which can change in the synthesized model during its operation. As a control, the use of an artificial neural network is considered, which makes adjustments to the functioning parameters of the operators of the genetic algorithm and (or) the connection of various combinations of evolutionary procedures depending on the convergence of the evolutionary procedure. When creating a process model, modern methodologies IDEF0 and IDEF3 were used, aimed at solving problems of system analysis.
Keywords: evolutionary procedures, structural-parametric synthesis, genetic algorithms, artificial neural networks, system analysis, simulation.
SIMPLIFICATION OF HYPERGAMMA DISTRIBUTION FOR CLUSTER PARALLEL WORKLOAD APPROXIMATION
S. V. Gaevoy, W. M. A. Ahmed, S. A. Fomenkov
In this paper computing clusters (CC) are considered. They are used to execute incoming jobs. There is such a CC in our university and we need to predict its service characteristics at executing several workloads. An important method to analyze parallel workloads is modeling execution of those systems by using parallel workload models (PWM). We use PWMs to model the CC in order to get these service characteristics. We have already proposed many PWMs, but all these PWMs use a continuous variable approximation. This approximation can be done either by method of moments (MM), or maximum likelihood method (MLM). The latter gives the more accurate results but consumes much time. The best distributions for the approximation are Hyperexpoential and Hypergamma distributions. It was empirically proved in our and third-party papers. The simplification we have already proposed reduces the time consumption of the Hyperexponential distribution by using MM instead of MLM. In this paper a simplified method of Hypergamma distribution approximation is proposed. It reduces the number of the approximated distribution’s parameters and then uses MM or MLM. Hypergamma distribution is chosen, because it has given the best result among all used distributions including Hyperexponential. Nevertheless the proposed method uses our early proposed simplification for Hyperexponential distribution. To validate the quality of the results described in this paper we use the simulation of this approximation and compare the results with the original workload (from the log) in this paper. The characteristics of the proposed methods are demonstrated. The necessity to select an appropriate approximation method is justified.
Keywords: :Method of Moments, Maximum Likelihood Method, parallel workloads, rigid jobs, simulation, stochastic approximation, Hypergamma distribution.
THE MODELING OF COMPLEX ANTENNA DEVICES ON THE BASIS OF THE APPARATUS OF THE GENERALIZED SCATTERING MATRIX
Y. Shtefanovich, Y. S. Sakharov
Currently, the active development of the telecommunication facilities, used by an increasing number of transmitting and receiving devices can be observed. Between nearby objects in space (antennas, metal-dielectric structures) occurs electrodynamic interactions that affect their work. This paper aims to develop methods for the assessment of the characteristics of this interaction. A leading approach to the study of this problem is the use of a method based on generalized scattering matrix. Knowledge of the generalized scattering matrix provides the possibility for calculations of the characteristics of the antenna system, without considering the geometry. By analogy with the use of matrices of two-and multiprobe used in electrical circuits, generalized scattering matrix is carried out to minimize the calculations for the analysis of complex antenna systems. The paper presents the results of modeling of the interaction loop antenna ball, which is formed of a dielectric material. The dispersion characteristics were calculated based on the method of integral equations. On the basis of calculations of the electrodynamic interaction between objects is possible to estimate the influence of the position of the antennas on the level of measured electromagnetic fields. The materials of the article are of practical value to professionals associated with the design of wireless networks indoors.
Keywords: telecommunication, simulation, scattering of radio waves, scattering matrix, antenna.
THE SIMULATION AND ALGORITHMIC SOLUTIONS OF PROBLEMS IN WIRELESS
COMMUNICATION SYSTEMS IN THE CONDITIONS OF CLOSED SPACES
D. P. Komaritiy, Y. S. Sakharov
The urgency of research is caused by that in modern conditions there is a widespread use of wireless networks. When designing wireless networks, a big role for the modeling stage, which includes the calculations of the basic parameters of wireless access systems. In this regard, this paper aims to identify opportunities to use appropriate approaches in modeling the propagation of radio signals in indoor environments, and at identifying possible errors in calculations. A leading approach to the study of this problem is the use of ray tracing technique, which allows to take into account the different geometry of the premises and materials located within the facilities. The article presents the results of simulation program Wireless InSite. The materials of the paper are of practical value to professionals associated with the design of wireless networks indoors.
Keywords: communication, simulation, wireless networks, algorithm, area.
THE DEVELOPMENT OF OPTIMIZATION SIMULATION MODEL TO SUPPORT THE
PROCESSES OF ORGANIZATION OF TRAVEL SYSTEMS
The development of modern tourism systems determines the need to develop appropriate methods of simulation. This paper examines the task associated with simulation of modern tourism systems. The components of simulation optimization model are described. The peculiarities of discrete-event simulation, continuous simulation, and agent-based are described. In the optimization model includes three basic components: objective function, constraints relating to the model and its variables. It is noted that for the optimization of complex systems effective is the use of genetic algorithms, evolutionary algorithms, search for the prohibition, simulated annealing and hybrid algorithms. The description of the model, which optimizes the work of travel system. The structure of the procedure, allowing the formation of integral evaluation is given.
Keywords: simulation, optimization, tourist organization.
THE ANALYSIS OF ELECTROMAGNETIC WAVE PROPAGATION INSIDE THE BUILDING WITHIN THE RADIAL APPROACH
A. P. Preobrazhensky
In this paper the analysis of the characteristics of radiation methods for the analysis of electromagnetic wave propagation – the method of geometrical optics, physical optics, physical theory of diffraction are considered. In order to determine the amplitude of the field in each point of space is required to determine all the rays that pass through this point. The considered model of distribution of the main beam in the room for two cases – floor reflections and the reflection from the object, located a certain height above the floor. Built according to the horizontal distance to the point of reflection of the beam on the incidence angle, the height of the receiver from the angle of reflection, the height of the receiver for various values of height of the reflecting object.
Keywords: simulation, communication, diffraction, wave propagation in indoor radiation methods.
THE SIMULATION OF SCATTERING CHARACTERISTICS OF OBJECTS HAVING EDGES
A. P. Preobrazhensky
In the paper the problems of scattering of radio waves on the objects, which include edge are considered. First, the analysis of the simplest edges, which is a wedge-shaped structure having a certain angle of solution is given. For the general case the edge of such structures may be truncated. The calculations of the scattering parameters was based on the method of integral equations in the framework of the Kirchhoff approximation. The examples of calculations of scattering characteristics are given, and built the radio image. Further the models of hollow structures is considered. The edges of these hollow structures can be defined by different edges. The calculations of the scattering parameters was based on the method of integral equations. The examples of calculations of scattering characteristics of hollow structures, and built the radio image of the edge part of the hollow structure.
Keywords: simulation, communication, diffraction, wave propagation, design, edge, hollow structure.