Improving the Performance of Self-Organizing Maps for Intrusion Detection
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The use of self-organizing maps in intrusion detection has not been practical for attack analysis as a result of the computational processing time required for large volumes of data. Although previous research has addressed this problem through optimizing the algorithms used for self-organizing maps and through feature reduction, there is no existing solution for using self-organizing maps for intrusion detection that adequately addresses the problem of computational performance to make self-organizing maps practical for analysis of intrusion detection data. This research demonstrates a method of preprocessing that includes discretization, deduplication, binary filtering for imbalanced datasets, and feature extraction to improve the performance and optimize the quality of clustering in self-organizing maps.
Cannady, James D. Jr. and McElwee, Steven, "Improving the Performance of Self-Organizing Maps for Intrusion Detection" (2016). CEC Faculty Articles. 443.