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Jeffrey Kephart, William Arnold «Automatic Extraction of Computer Virus Signatures» [TeX][Abstract] 53.1Kb 11223 hits
Jeffrey Kephart, David Chess, Steve White «Computers and epidemiology»[Abstract] 34.1Kb 13200 hits
Jeffrey Kephart, Gregory Sorkin, William Arnold, David Chess, Gerald Tesauro, Steve White «Biologically Inspired Defenses Against Computer Viruses» [TeX][Abstract] 66.15Kb 12200 hits
Jeffrey Kephart, Gregory Sorkin, David Chess, Steve White «Fighting Computer Viruses»[Abstract] 25.18Kb 22338 hits
Jeffrey Kephart, Gregory Sorkin, Morton Swimmer, Steve White «Blueprint for a Computer Immune System»[Abstract] 54.32Kb 12264 hits
Jeffrey Kephart, Steve White «Directed-Graph Epidemiological Models of Computer Viruses» [TeX][Abstract] 97.07Kb 12084 hits
Gerald Tesauro, Jeffrey Kephart, Gregory Sorkin «Neural Networks for Computer Virus Recognition»[Abstract] 7.41Kb 12408 hits
Steve White, Jeffrey Kephart, David Chess «Computer Viruses: A Global Perspective»[Abstract] 50.91Kb 16171 hits

Jeffrey O. Kephart manages the Agents and Emergent Phenomena group at the IBM Thomas J. Watson Research Center and chairs IBM's Autonomic Computing Advisory Board.

His research focuses on the application of analogies from biology and economics to massively distributed computing systems, particularly in the domains of autonomic computing, e-commerce and antivirus technology. His research efforts on the design of a digital immune system and on economic software agents have been publicized in publications such as The Wall Street Journal, The New York Times, Forbes, Wired, Harvard Business Review, IEEE Spectrum and Scientific American.

Kephart received a B.S. from Princeton University and a Ph.D. from Stanford University, both in electrical engineering with a concentration in physics.

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