Denoising Dictionary Learning Against Adversarial Perturbations

7 Jan 2018  ·  John Mitro, Derek Bridge, Steven Prestwich ·

We propose denoising dictionary learning (DDL), a simple yet effective technique as a protection measure against adversarial perturbations. We examined denoising dictionary learning on MNIST and CIFAR10 perturbed under two different perturbation techniques, fast gradient sign (FGSM) and jacobian saliency maps (JSMA)... We evaluated it against five different deep neural networks (DNN) representing the building blocks of most recent architectures indicating a successive progression of model complexity of each other. We show that each model tends to capture different representations based on their architecture. For each model we recorded its accuracy both on the perturbed test data previously misclassified with high confidence and on the denoised one after the reconstruction using dictionary learning. The reconstruction quality of each data point is assessed by means of PSNR (Peak Signal to Noise Ratio) and Structure Similarity Index (SSI). We show that after applying (DDL) the reconstruction of the original data point from a noisy read more

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