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By Florez G., Bridges S.M., Vaughn R.B.

We have now been utilizing fuzzy facts mining ideas to extract styles that symbolize basic habit for intrusion detection. during this paper we describe various adjustments that we've got made to the knowledge mining algorithms on the way to increase accuracy and potency. We use units of fuzzy organization ideas which are mined from community audit facts as versions of "normal habit. To realize anomalous habit, wegenerate fuzzy organization ideas from new audit information and compute the similarity with units mined from "normal" info. If the similarity values are under a threshold price, an alarm isissued. during this paper we describe an set of rules for computing fuzzy organization ideas in keeping with Borgelt's prefix timber, transformations to the computation of help and self belief offuzzy ideas, a brand new procedure for computing the similarity of 2 fuzzy rule units, and have choice and optimization with genetic algorithms. Experimental effects display that we will be able to in achieving higher working time and accuracy with those ameliorations.

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