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Game theory driven monitoring of spatial-aggregated IP-Flow records

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5 Author(s)
Cynthia Wagner ; University of Luxembourg, FSTC, SECAN-Lab, Luxembourg ; Gerard Wagener ; Radu State ; Thomas Engel
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An important problem in current operational environments is the large quantity of monitoring data that has to be processed online. This paper introduces a new metric that leverages spatially and temporally aggregated IP-flow related information. The metric is based on a new kernel function that captures both IP address space distribution as well as volume related traffic information. We assess several attacks and counter attack methods with respect to a sound game-theoretical model in order to identify the best Nash Equilibrium driven defensive and offensive strategies.

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2010 International Conference on Network and Service Management

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25-29 Oct. 2010