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A novel intrusion detection system based on hierarchical clustering and support vector machines

A novel intrusion detection system based on hierarchical clustering and support vector machines,10.1016/j.eswa.2010.06.066,Expert Systems With Applica

A novel intrusion detection system based on hierarchical clustering and support vector machines   (Citations: 4)
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This study proposed an SVM-based intrusion detection system, which combines a hierarchical clustering algorithm, a simple feature selection procedure, and the SVM technique. The hierarchical clustering algorithm provided the SVM with fewer, abstracted, and higher-qualified training instances that are derived from the KDD Cup 1999 training set. It was able to greatly shorten the training time, but also improve the performance of resultant SVM. The simple feature selection procedure was applied to eliminate unimportant features from the training set so the obtained SVM model could classify the network traffic data more accurately. The famous KDD Cup 1999 dataset was used to evaluate the proposed system. Compared with other intrusion detection systems that are based on the same dataset, this system showed better performance in the detection of DoS and Probe attacks, and the beset performance in overall accuracy.
Journal: Expert Systems With Applications - ESWA , vol. 38, no. 1, pp. 306-313, 2011
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