Towards an artificial immune system for network intrusion detection: An investigation of dynamic clonal selection.
Proceedings of the 2002 Congress on Evolutionary Computation, CEC 2002.
(pp. 1015 - 1020).
One significant feature of artificial immune systems is their ability to adapt to continuously changing environments, dynamically learning the fluid patterns of 'self' and predicting new patterns of 'non-self'. This paper introduces and investigates the behaviour of dynamiCS, a dynamic clonal selection algorithm, designed to have such properties of self-adaptation. The effects of three important system parameters: tolerisation period, activation threshold, and life span are explored. The abilities of dynamiCS to perform incremental learning on converged data, and to adapt to novel data are also demonstrated. © 2002 IEEE.
|Title:||Towards an artificial immune system for network intrusion detection: An investigation of dynamic clonal selection|
|UCL classification:||UCL > School of BEAMS > Faculty of Engineering Science > Computer Science|
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