Gerardo Parra’s first-pitch, solo home run was all Arizona needed to top Miami on Saturday. (Mike Ehrmann/Getty) Brandon McCarthy’s performance in the Diamondbacks’ 1-0 win over the Marlins on Saturday night was noteworthy in and of itself as he shut out the Marlins on three hits and a pair of walks extending his personal scoreless innings streak to 17. What gave the game ...
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Virtually everyone associated with 1999's The Mummy has returned for the sequel, The Mummy Returns, which isn't surprising when you consider that, in most respects, it is the same movie all over again. Sequels rarely strike out into original territory, and The Mummy Returns is no different in the way it sticks closely to the formula that made the original an early-summer ... ...
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Umbilical cord blood holds precious stem cells. At some Swiss hospitals, mothers can donate their baby's supply to research. But some labs have privatised the practice, and not everyone is sure it's worth the cost. ...
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Chris Lewis is founder and chief executive of Lewis PR, a global communications agency with offices in 25 cities around the world. Q. What do you remember about the first time you managed a team? A. I was 18 and working as a young mechanic for a company called Kawasaki, and I was managing a motorcycle racing team on the ...
Brussels: Critics ridiculed European Union bureaucrats on Saturday for taking time off fighting the euro zone's debt crisis to impose strict new rules on how restaurants serve olive oil.From January 1, 2014, eateries will be banned from serving oil to diners in small glass jugs or dipping bowls, and forced instead to use pre-sealed, non-refillable bottles that must be disposed of when ...
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University researchers develop algorithm to detect, isolate cyber-attacks in networked control systems
in an effort to combat cyber attacks, North Carolina State University researchers have developed a software algorithm to detect and isolate cyber-attacks on networked control systems that play an important role in coordinating transportation, power and other infrastructure across the United States.
The networked control systems not only connect and coordinate activities between computers and physical devices, but also connect temperature sensors, heating systems and user controls in modern buildings. Largely used for transportation and power in the national infrastructure, the networked control systems are vulnerable to cyber-attacks.
Two costly, high-profile software called 'Flame' and 'Stuxnet' have been used to attack networked control systems in recent years.
The huge and complex structure of the networked control systems have provoked designers to create 'distributed network control systems' (D-NCSs) to allow all the system agents to work together and coordinate their activities, allowing the systems to operate more efficiently and more safely.
The researchers have successfully developed a software algorithm to detect an individual agent in a D-NCS if it has been compromised to a cyber-attack. ...
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