ANALYSIS OF THE ATTACKER AND DEFENDER GAN MODELS FOR THE INDOOR NAVIGATION NETWORK
Evacuation research relies heavily on the efficiency analysis of the study navigation networks, and this principle also applies to indoor scenarios. One crucial type of these scenarios is the attacker and defender topic, which discusses the paralyzing and recovering operations for a specific indoor navigation network. Our approach is to apply the Generative-Adversarial-Neural network (GAN) model to optimize both reduction and increase operations for a specific indoor navigation network. In other words, the proposed model utilizes GAN both in the attacking behavior efficiency analysis and the recovering behavior efficiency analysis. To this purpose, we design a black box of training the generative model and adversarial model to construct the hidden neural networks to mimic the human selection of choosing the critical nodes in the studying navigation networks. The experiment shows that the proposed model could alleviate the selection of nodes that significantly influence network transportation efficiency. Therefore, we could apply this model to disaster responding scenarios like fire evacuation and communication network recovery operations.