Intrusion detection in computer networks by a modular ensemble of one-class classifiers

  title={Intrusion detection in computer networks by a modular ensemble of one-class classifiers},
  author={G. Giacinto and R. Perdisci and Mauro Del Rio and F. Roli},
  journal={Inf. Fusion},
  • G. Giacinto, R. Perdisci, +1 author F. Roli
  • Published 2008
  • Computer Science
  • Inf. Fusion
  • Since the early days of research on intrusion detection, anomaly-based approaches have been proposed to detect intrusion attempts. [...] Key Method Each module is designed to model a particular group of similar protocols or network services. The use of a modular MCS allows the designer to choose a different model and decision threshold for different (groups of) network services.Expand Abstract
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