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Computer Network Epidemics: Models and Techniques for Invasion and Defense [Hardcover]

Yannis C. Stamatiou , Paul G. Spirakis , Theodoros Komninos , Georgios Vavitsas


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Feb. 15 2012

Describing a variety of theoretical models and frameworks, this work explains how malicious attacks exploit vulnerabilities of computer networks. The authors present the concept of an anti-worm agent and discuss how it propagates by chasing and eliminating propagating worms. The book describes a number of simple, macroscopic models that allow readers to draw formal conclusions about population groups with different characteristics. The text introduces adaptive Multi-Agent Systems and applies Evolutionary Game Theory to modeling interactions and objectives of interacting populations.


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