Anomaly Detection of Complex Networks Based on Intuitionistic Fuzzy Set Ensemble

  title={Anomaly Detection of Complex Networks Based on Intuitionistic Fuzzy Set Ensemble},
  author={Jinfa Wang and Xiao Liu and Hai Zhao and Xingchi Chen},
Ensemble learning for anomaly detection of data structured into complex network has been barely studied due to the inconsistent performance of complex network characteristics and lack of inherent objective function. In this paper, we propose the IFSAD, a new two-phase ensemble method for anomaly detection based on intuitionistic fuzzy set, and applies it to the abnormal behavior detection problem in temporal complex networks. First, it constructs the intuitionistic fuzzy set of single network… 

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