Event Recognition Beyond Signature and Anomaly

@inproceedings{Doyle2001EventRB,
  title={Event Recognition Beyond Signature and Anomaly},
  author={Jon Doyle and Isaac S. Kohane and William J. Long and Howard J. Shrobe and Peter Szolovits},
  year={2001}
}
Notions of signature and anomaly have formed the basis of useful methods in cyber defense, but even in combination provide only weak evidence for recognizing many events of interest. One can recognize many important events without requiring signatures of specific ways the events can take place and without treating every anomalous behavior as an event. We describe an approach to event recognition that subsumes and extends signature and anomaly methods by starting from a richer language for… CONTINUE READING
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