The fourth experiment is that we choose 2 network anomaly detection methods (ODS with RBPA and DS with SBPA) to do detection.
According to whether BPA and DS evidence theory redesigned, we can achieve 4 results for different combinations shown in Tables 5, 6, 7, and 8 respectively, including DS with Simple BPA (SBPA), ODS with SBPA, DS with regression BPA (RBPA) and ODS with RBPA.
In this way, we can compare the performance of RBPA with that of SBPA.
In essence, this shows that RBPA method outperforms SBPA method, with lower FR and higher DR.
Only verifying a condition, DS or BPA design, we can get Figure 3 with ODS optimization and Figure 4 with RBPA optimization.
Ensuring an invariable condition in 4 fusion methods, we can analyze the effectiveness of RBPA and ODS.
It has been proposed that older adults benefit from RBPA more than any other age group (Evans, 1999).
Ferrini and Ferrini (2000) also identified RBPA participation as having a positive association with a variety of psychological variables.
Past studies have indicated a psychological change may occur for those individuals with perceived symptoms of depression after they begin a RBPA program.
RBPA, and the potential benefits of RBPA, appear to be vitally important to the older adult population (Birren & Schaie, 2006).
Timonen, Rantanen, Timonen, and Sulkava (2002) suggested that a RBPA program provided for older adults should include three components: individuality; specificity; and progressive overload.
Once a RBPA program is constructed, a specific workload or exercise prescription should be created for each older adult.