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Formalization of Neural Network Applications to Secure 3D Mobile Applications

Abstract : This thesis work is part of the 3D NeuroSecure project. It is an investment project, that aims to develop a secure collaborative solution for therapeutic innovation using high performance processing(HPC) technology to the biomedical world. This solution will give the opportunity for experts from different fields to navigate intuitivelyin the Big Data imaging with access via 3D light terminals. Biomedicaldata protection against data leaks is of foremost importance. As such,the client environnement and communications with the server must besecured. We focused our work on the development of antimalware solutionon the Android OS. We emphasizes the creation of new algorithms,methods and tools that carry advantages over the current state-of-the-art, but more importantly that can be used effectively ina production context. It is why, what is proposed here is often acompromise between what theoretically can be done and its applicability. Algorithmic and technological choices are motivated by arelation of efficiency and performance results. This thesis contributes to the state of the art in the following areas:Static and dynamic analysis of Android applications, application web crawling.First, to search for malicious activities and vulnerabilities, oneneeds to design the tools that extract pertinent information from Android applications. It is the basis of any analysis. Furthermore,any classifier or detector is always limited by the informative power of underlying data. An important part of this thesis is the designing of efficient static and dynamic analysis tools forapplications, such as an reverse engineering module, a networkcommunication analysis tool, an instrumented Android system, an application web crawlers etc.Neural Network initialization, training and anti-saturation techniques algorithm.Neural Networks are randomly initialized. It is possible to control the underlying random distribution in order to the reduce the saturation effect, the training time and the capacity to reach theglobal minimum. We developed an initialization procedure that enhances the results compared to the state-of-the-art. We also revisited ADAM algorithm to take into account interdependencies with regularization techniques, in particular Dropout. Last, we use anti-saturation techniques and we show that they are required tocorrectly train a neural network.An algorithm for collecting the common sequences in a sequence group.We propose a new algorithm for building the Embedding Antichain fromthe set of common subsequences. It is able to process and represent allcommon subsequences of a sequence set. It is a tool for solving the Systematic Characterization of Sequence Groups. This algorithm is a newpath of research toward the automatic creation of malware familydetection rules.
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Paul Irolla. Formalization of Neural Network Applications to Secure 3D Mobile Applications. Quantitative Methods [q-bio.QM]. Université Paris-Saclay, 2018. English. ⟨NNT : 2018SACLS585⟩. ⟨tel-02047792⟩

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