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dc.contributor.authorDass, Mayukh
dc.description.abstractThe detection of attacks against computer networks is becoming a harder problem to solve in the field of network security. The dexterity of the attackers, the developing technologies and the enormous growth of internet traffic have made it difficult for any existing intrusion detection system to offer a reliable service. However, a close examination of the problem shows that there usually exists a behavioral pattern in the attacks that can be learned and can be used to detect intrusions more effectively. Thus, there is a requirement for a system with learning and adapting capabilities for optimal performance. This thesis discusses a Learning Intrusion Detection System called LIDS that includes a blackboard-based architecture with autonomous agents. It has the capa- bility for online learning,which may result in better performance than present sys- tems. This feature enables the system to adapt to changes in the network environ- ment as it assimilates more network data.
dc.subjectIntrusion Detection
dc.subjectBlackboard Architecture
dc.subjectAutonomous Agents
dc.subjectMachine Learning
dc.subjectArtificial Neural Networks
dc.subjectGenetic Algorithm
dc.title.alternativea Learning Intrusion Detection System
dc.description.departmentArtificial Intelligence
dc.description.majorArtificial Intelligence
dc.description.advisorWalter D. Potter
dc.description.committeeWalter D. Potter
dc.description.committeeJames Cannady
dc.description.committeeRon McClendon

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