With the increasing population of Industry 4.0, both AI and smart techniques have been applied and become hotly discussed topics in industrial cyber-physical systems (CPS). Intelligent anomaly detection for identifying cyber-physical attacks to guarantee the work efficiency and safety is still a challenging issue, especially when dealing with few labeled data for cyber-physical security protection. In this article, we propose a few-shot learning model with Siamese convolutional neural network (FSL-SCNN), to alleviate the over-fitting issue and enhance the accuracy for intelligent anomaly detection in industrial CPS. A Siamese CNN encoding network is constructed to measure distances of input samples based on their optimized feature representations. A robust cost function design including three specific losses is then proposed to enhance the efficiency of training process. An intelligent anomaly detection algorithm is developed finally. Experiment results based on a fully labeled public dataset and a few labeled dataset demonstrate that our proposed FSL-SCNN can significantly improve false alarm rate (FAR) and F1 scores when detecting intrusion signals for industrial CPS security protection.
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- コンピュータ サイエンスの応用