Characterization of Extremely Lightweight Intrusion Detection (ELIDe) Power Utilization by Varying N-gram and Hash Length

Report No. ARL-TR-7190
Authors: Garrett S Payer, Ken F Yu, and Richard E Harang
Date/Pages: September 2015; 18 pages
Abstract: This document presents the results of the power-utilization and packet-loss study for the Extremely Lightweight Intrusion Detection (ELIDe) algorithm on an Android-based mobile device. Our results show that N-gram length has consistent power utilization using the range of 712 bits. However, if the hash length is higher than 13, it will have a drastic effect on the power utilization due to the resulting increase in computational time.
Distribution: Approved for public release
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