Large probability models of access control security system architecture
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CitationLotfikar, R. ve Arayesh, B. (2009). Large probability models of access control security system architecture. Maltepe Üniversitesi. s. 342.
This paper presents probability models of access control security system architecture . Access control is the process of screening objects : for example people ,baggage ,entering a secured area in order to detect and prevent entry by threats such as unauthorized personal firearms , Explosives . A security system architecture consist of Device technologies, as well as operational policies and procedures for utilizing the technologies . The probability models are developed based on type 1(a false alarm is given) and type 2 ( a threat is not detected) errors . The concept of controlled sampling in which objects may take Different paths through the system , is introduced .New architectures consisting of Multiple devices and Controlled Sampling are Proposed and analyzed. The Results of this research show that for specific threats levels , Multiple device system can be identified which out perform single device systems for certain error probability measures.
SourceInternational Conference of Mathematical Sciences
- Makale Koleksiyonu 
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