Semi-supervised tri-Adaboost algorithm for network intrusion detection

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​Semi-supervised tri-Adaboost algorithm for network intrusion detection​
Yuan, Y. ; Huo, L.; Yuan, Y. & Wang, Z.​ (2019) 
International Journal of Distributed Sensor Networks15(6).​

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Authors
Yuan, Yali 
Huo, Liuwei
Yuan, Yachao
Wang, Zhixiao
Abstract
Network intrusion detection is a relatively mature research topic, but one that remains challenging particular as technologies and threat landscape evolve. Here, a semi-supervised tri-Adaboost (STA) algorithm is proposed. In the algorithm, three different Adaboost algorithms are used as the weak classifiers (both for continuous and categorical data), constituting the decision stumps in the tri-training method. In addition, the chi-square method is used to reduce the dimension of feature and improve computational efficiency. We then conduct extensive numerical studies using different training and testing samples in the KDDcup99 dataset and discover the flows demonstrated that (1) high accuracy can be obtained using a training dataset which consists of a small number of labeled and a large number of unlabeled samples. (2) The algorithm proposed is reproducible and consistent over different runs. (3) The proposed algorithm outperforms other existing learning algorithms, even with only a small amount of labeled data in the training phase. (4) The proposed algorithm has a short execution time and a low false positive rate, while providing a desirable detection rate.
Issue Date
2019
Type
Journal Article
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original_ja
Journal
International Journal of Distributed Sensor Networks 
Organization
Gesellschaft für wissenschaftliche Datenverarbeitung 
ISSN
1550-1477
eISSN
1550-1477
Language
English

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