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In addition, we observed that the number of nodes is only one of the factors that affect the time complexity in the evaluation phase. The clustering of nodes can reduce the time complexity dramatically, as shown in the simulation. , a constant factor). However, the complexities in real systems are difficult to represent in a simulation, and various network protocols and services may affect how the network traffic flows, such that considering the time in the security analysis may vary the result.
Therefore, each resource will make independent connection to the network hosts. However, during the hierarchical RG abstraction, the network topology information is not necessary at the lower layer. Therefore, network connections are not considered by resources in the hierarchical RG abstraction. 1, the hierarchical RG abstraction procedure has lower computational complexity during the construction phase. 2 Evaluation Phase The computational complexity for evaluation phase measures the overall number of components used when calculating full attack paths.
4. J. H. Jafarian, E. Al-Shaer, and Q. Duan, “Openflow random host mutation: transparent moving target defense using software defined networking,” in Proceedings of the first workshop on Hot topics in software defined networks. ACM, 2012, pp. 127–132. 5. E. Al-Shaer and J. H. Jafarian, “On the random route mutation moving target defense,” in National Symposium on Moving Target Research, June 2012. 6. E. Al-Shaer, “Toward network configuration randomization for moving target defense,” in Moving Target Defense.