Flow Clustering Using Machine Learning Techniques

  title={Flow Clustering Using Machine Learning Techniques},
  author={Anthony McGregor and Mark A. Hall and Perry Lorier and James Brunskill},
Packet header traces are widely used in network analysis. Header traces are the aggregate of traffic from many concurrent applications. We present a methodology, based on machine learning, that can break the trace down into clusters of traffic where each cluster has different traffic characteristics. Typical clusters include bulk transfer, single and multiple transactions and interactive traffic, amongst others. The paper includes a description of the methodology, a visualisation of the… CONTINUE READING
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