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The multi-agent systems for computer network security assurance: frameworks and case studies

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2 Author(s)
Gorodetski, V. ; St. Petersburg Inst. for Informatics & Autom., Russia ; Kotenko, I.

The paper presents experience in application of multiagent technology for design and implementation of multiagent systems (MASs) intended to cooperatively solve the currently critical tasks in the area of computer network security assurance. These MASs are agent-based simulator of attacks against computer networks, multiagent intrusion detection system and multiagent intrusion detection learning system. Each of these MASs is based on strict formal frameworks proposed by authors and designed and implemented as software prototypes on the basis of common technology and software tool "Multi-agent System Development Kit" developed by authors. The paper sketches the above MASs and analyses advantages of use of multi-agent architecture for computer network assurance.

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Artificial Intelligence Systems, 2002. (ICAIS 2002). 2002 IEEE International Conference on

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2002