Analyzing the Number of Varieties in Frequently Found Flows

@article{Shomura2008AnalyzingTN,
  title={Analyzing the Number of Varieties in Frequently Found Flows},
  author={Yusuke Shomura and Yoshinori Watanabe and Kenichi Yoshida},
  journal={IEICE Transactions},
  year={2008},
  volume={91-B},
  pages={1896-1905}
}
Abnormal traffic that causes various problems on the Internet, such as P2P flows, DDoS attacks, and Internet worms, is increasing; therefore, the importance of methods that identify and control abnormal traffic is also increasing. Though the application of frequent-itemset-mining techniques is a promising way to analyze Internet traffic, the huge amount of data on the Internet prevents such techniques from being effective. To overcome this problem, we have developed a simple frequent-itemset… CONTINUE READING

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