Pattern Recognition (Technical Insights)

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A detailed technological assessment of the emerging pattern matching techniques/algorithms and products pertaining to network intrusion detection and network security applications, from around the globe.

Table of Contents

Pattern Recognition (Technical Insights), Executive SummaryScope and MethodologyScopeResearch MethodologyPattern Recognition for Network SecurityResearch OverviewKey FindingsPattern Recognition (Technical Insights), Technology Landscape and Adoption Factor AnalysisTechnology Landscape and Adoption IssuesTechnology PrimerPattern Recognition for Network SecurityAnalyst InsightsTechnology Adoption Factor AnalysisAdoption DriversAdoption Challenges and RestraintsAdoption TrendsPattern Recognition (Technical Insights), Assessment of Research and ImplementationPattern Recognition in ImplementationBayesian Anti-Spam Filter--RussiaMessage Sniffer v2--USABehavior-Based Security--USAConfigurable Hierarchical Content Filtering--JapanNetwork Behavior Analysis--USAContent Inspection Software--USAIntrusion Mitigation Unified Network Engine--USAAnti-Spam Filter (v3)--RussiaPacket Classification at Wire Speed without TCAM--USAAlgorithmic DevelopmentsMagic Number Heuristic-Based Memory Efficient String Matching Algorithm--Taiwan'Piranha' for Intrusion Detection--GreeceB-FSM Technology for String Matching and Regular Expressions--ZurichHigh Speed Content Filtering--USASet-String Processing for Fast Pattern Matching--USAWeb Content Filtering-–TaiwanPattern Recognition (Technical Insights), Patent Analysis; Directory of Key Patents and ContactsPatent AnalysisAnalysis MethodologyFilings by CompanyKey PatentsContact Details of Key ParticipantsCorporate ParticipantsResearch Institutes/UniversitiesPattern Recognition (Technical Insights), Decision Support DatabaseDatabaseTablesInternet Subscribers--North America (1999 to 2009)Internet Penetration--World (1999 to 2006)Unit Shipment of PDAs--North America (1999-2009)Secure Servers--North America (1999 to 2009)

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