Fuzzy ARTMAP Neural Network IDS Evaluation applied for real IEEE 802.11w data base

@article{Vilela2018FuzzyAN,
  title={Fuzzy ARTMAP Neural Network IDS Evaluation applied for real IEEE 802.11w data base},
  author={Douglas W. F. L. Vilela and Anna Diva P. Lotufo and Carlos R. Santos-Junior},
  journal={2018 International Joint Conference on Neural Networks (IJCNN)},
  year={2018},
  pages={1-7}
}
In the latest years, the network computers and computational systems are receiving several cyber-attacks that affect its security. [...] Key Method The methodology shows the implementation of Fuzzy ARTMAP neural network as IDS. The obtained results are promising and attest that the proposed classifier is feasible for this IDS application.Expand
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