Dataset used in the article "The Reverse Problem of Keystroke Dynamics: Guessing Typed Text with Keystroke Timings". Source data contains CSV files with dataset results summaries, false positives lists, the evaluated sentences, and their keystroke timings. Results data contains training and evaluation ARFF files for each user and sentence with the calculated Manhattan and euclidean distance, R metric, and the directionality index for each challenge instance.

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Expanding our knowledge of small molecules beyond what is known in nature or designed in wet laboratories promises to significantly advance drug discovery, biotechnology, and material science. Computing novel small molecules with specific structural and functional properties is non-trivial, primarily due to the size, dimensionality, and multi-modality of the corresponding search space. Deep generative models that learn directly from data without the need for domain insight are recently providing a way forward.

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All dataset required for this journal are in the attachement.

The code to extract the sentiment is attached too.

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# -*- coding: utf-8 -*-

"""

Created on Wed Feb 26 11:19:38 2020

 

@author: ali nouruzi

"""

 

import numpy as np

import random

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The S3 dataset contains the behaviour (sensors, statistics of applications, and voice) of 21 volunteers interacting with their smartphones for more than 60 days. The type of users is diverse, males and females in the age range from 18 until 70 have been considered in the dataset generation. The wide range of age is a key aspect, due to the impact of age in terms of smartphone usage. To generate the dataset the volunteers installed a prototype of the smartphone application in on their Android mobile phones.

 

Instructions: 

The data set is compressed into a zip file. Please unzip this file in the desired place and inside the main folder, you will find the file Readme.md with the instructions and the details of the database.

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This dataset consists of realistic simulated inverse synthetic aperture radar (ISAR) images of five commonly found automotive targets- a full-size car, a mid-size car, a bicycle, an auto-rickshaw, and a four-wheel truck.

Instructions: 

Due to the large size of the dataset, we have divided it into five .zip files, corresponding to each target, namely: Autorikshwa.zip; Bicycle.zip; Fullsize_car.zip; Midsize_car.zip; and Truck.zip.  Each *.zip file consists of five different signal to noise ratio (SNR) cases (+10, +5, 0, -5, -10 dB), and four range-Doppler based clutter cases (wind velocity +2.5, 5, 7.5 and 10 m/s). There are 16- different trajectories (four left turns, four right turns, four u-turns, and four straight trajectories) for each of these cases. We have approximately 45-49 images (.png and .mat format) corresponding to each case. 

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WITH the advancement in sensor technology, huge amounts of data are being collected from various satellites. Hence, the task of target-based data retrieval and acquisition has become exceedingly challenging. Existing satellites essentially scan a vast overlapping region of the Earth using various sensing techniques, like multi-spectral, hyperspectral, Synthetic Aperture Radar (SAR), video, and compressed sensing, to name a few.

Instructions: 

A Zero-Shot Sketch-based Inter-Modal Object Retrieval Scheme for Remote Sensing Images

Email the authors at ushasi@iitb.ac.in for any query.

 

Classes in this dataset:

Airplane

Baseball Diamond

Buildings

Freeway

Golf Course

Harbor

Intersection

Mobile home park

Overpass

Parking lot

River

Runway

Storage tank

Tennis court

Paper

The paper is also available on ArXiv: A Zero-Shot Sketch-based Inter-Modal Object Retrieval Scheme for Remote Sensing Images

 

Feel free to cite the author, if the work is any help to you:

 

``` @InProceedings{Chaudhuri_2020_EoC, author = {Chaudhuri, Ushasi and Banerjee, Biplab and Bhattacharya, Avik and Datcu, Mihai}, title = {A Zero-Shot Sketch-based Inter-Modal Object Retrieval Scheme for Remote Sensing Images}, booktitle = {http://arxiv.org/abs/2008.05225}, month = {Aug}, year = {2020} }

 

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The Ways To Wear a Mask or a Respirator Database (WWMR-DB) is a test database that can be used to compare the behavior of current mask detection systems with images that most closely resemble the real case. It consists of 1222 images divided into 8 classes, depicting the most common ways in which masks or respirators are worn:

- Mask Or Respirator Not Worn

- Mask Or Respirator Correctly Worn

- Mask Or Respirator Under The Nose

- Mask Or Respirator Under The Chin

- Mask Or Respirator Hanging From An Ear

- Mask Or Respirator On The Tip Of The Nose

Instructions: 

For any question, please send an email to antonio.marceddu@polito.it.

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The Development of an Internet of Things (IoT) Network Traffic Dataset with Simulated Attack Data.

Abstract— This research focuses on the requirements for and the creation of an intrusion detection system (IDS) dataset for an Internet of Things (IoT) network domain.

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This dataset was used for OFDM Signal Real-Time Modulation Recognition Based on Deep Learning and Software-Defined Radio, which provides additional details and description of the dataset. We generate 6 modulated OFDM baseband signals with header modulation and payload modulation as BPSK+BPSK, BPSK+QPSK, BPSK+8PSK, QPSK+BPSK, QPSK+QPSK, QPSK+8PSK, respectively. The SNR range of each signal is from -10 dB to +20 dB at intervals of 2 dB. There are 4096 pieces of data generated for each signal type under a specific SNR and each piece of data has 1024 samples.

Instructions: 

This dataset was used for OFDM Signal Real-Time Modulation Recognition Based on Deep Learning and Software-Defined Radio, which provides additional details and description of the dataset. We generate 6 modulated OFDM baseband signals with header modulation and payload modulation as BPSK+BPSK, BPSK+QPSK, BPSK+8PSK, QPSK+BPSK, QPSK+QPSK, QPSK+8PSK, respectively. The SNR range of each signal is from -10 dB to +20 dB at intervals of 2 dB. There are 4096 pieces of data generated for each signal type under a specific SNR and each piece of data has 1024 samples. That is, 6×16×4096 = 393216 pieces in total.

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