Is negative selection appropriate for anomaly detection?

@inproceedings{Stibor2005IsNS,
  title={Is negative selection appropriate for anomaly detection?},
  author={Thomas Stibor and Philipp H. Mohr and Jonathan Timmis and Claudia Eckert},
  booktitle={GECCO},
  year={2005}
}
Negative selection algorithms for hamming and real-valued shape-spaces are reviewed. Problems are identified with the use of these shape-spaces, and the negative selection algorithm in general, when applied to anomaly detection. A straightforward self detector classification principle is proposed and its classification performance is compared to a real-valued negative selection algorithm and to a one-class support vector machine. Earlier work suggests that real-value negative selection requires… CONTINUE READING
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