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Efficient Mining of the Multidimensional Traffic Cluster Hierarchy for Digesting, Visualization, and Anomaly Identification

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3 Author(s)
Wang, J. ; Pennsylvania State Univ., University Park, PA ; Miller, D.J. ; Kesidis, G.

Mining traffic to identify the dominant flows sent over a given link, over a specified time interval, is a valuable capability with applications to traffic auditing, simulation, visualization, as well as anomaly detection. Recently, Estan advanced a comprehensive data mining structure tailored for networking data-a parsimonious, multidimensional flow hierarchy, along with an algorithm for its construction. While they primarily targeted offline auditing, use in interactive traffic visualization and anomaly/attack detection will require real-time data mining. We suggest several improvements to Estan's algorithm that substantially reduce the computational complexity of multidimensional flow mining. We also propose computational and memory-efficient approaches for unidimensional clustering of the IP address spaces. For baseline implementations, evaluated on the New Zealand (NZIX) trace data, our method reduced CPU execution times of the Estan method by a factor of more than eight. We also develop a methodology for anomaly/attack detection based on flow mining, demonstrating the usefulness of this approach on traces from the Slammer and Code Red worms and the MIT Lincoln Laboratories DDoS data

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Selected Areas in Communications, IEEE Journal on  (Volume:24 ,  Issue: 10 )

Date of Publication:

Oct. 2006

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