Use of ordinal patterns in the characterization and analysis of botnet attacks in the Internet of Things (IoT)

Heitor Ramos (UFMG), Eduarda Chagas (UFMG), João Borges (UFMG)

The main objective of this tutorial is to present the main fundamentals of temporal data analysis using ordinal patterns and the use of descriptors from Information Theory, covering the tools and steps necessary for the development of applications and services aimed at detecting botnets in scenarios of Internet of Things (IoT).

Introduction to the Internet of Musical Things: Practice using Pure Data and Processing

Rômulo Vieira (UFF), Débora Muchaluat-Saade (UFF), Flávio Schiavoni (UFSJ)

The Internet of Musical Things is an interdisciplinary area that draws on principles from computer science and music. It proposes new ways of interacting in artistic shows, opening new paths for collaborative activities, in addition to being useful in the teaching of music and computational concepts. Despite all these advantages, this area is still little explored, mainly because it is also a novelty and presents several open concepts. This tutorial, therefore, aims to explore the potential of this technology, presenting tools that can be useful in the development of your systems, such as the Pure Data and Processing programming languages.

Web Accessibility: identifying and eliminating access barriers on the Web

Reinaldo Ferraz (Ceweb.br) and Amanda Marques (Ceweb.br)

In this tutorial the main access barriers encountered by people with disabilities in Web surfing will be presented. Participants will learn who benefits from an accessible Web and learn how to identify and eliminate access barriers in their Web applications.