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We investigate the influence of the network traffic payload, using 50 concurrent connections, with a Poisson distributed packet injection model, on the detection performance of our Artificial Immune System (AIS). We compare the detection performance to priorly gained results which were based on a smaller scenario. We conclude that the Poisson traffic model had again no negative impact on the detection performance. We also conclude that a higher network payload has no negative impact on the detection performance. Additionally a statistically significant difference in the detection performance between CBR and Poisson could be observed for a high network payload.
Date of Conference: 16-18 June 2008