A2Log: Attentive Augmented Log Anomaly Detection

@inproceedings{Wittkopp2022A2LogAA,
  title={A2Log: Attentive Augmented Log Anomaly Detection},
  author={Thorsten Wittkopp and Alexander Acker and Sasho Nedelkoski and Jasmin Bogatinovski and Dominik Scheinert and Wu Fan and Odej Kao},
  booktitle={HICSS},
  year={2022}
}
Anomaly detection becomes increasingly important for the dependability and serviceability of IT services. As log lines record events during the execution of IT services, they are a primary source for diagnostics. Thereby, unsupervised methods provide a significant benefit since not all anomalies can be known at training time. Existing unsupervised methods need anomaly examples to obtain a suitable decision boundary required for the anomaly detection task. This requirement poses practical… 
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