The Effect of Normalization on Intrusion Detection Classifiers (Na�ve Bayes and J48)
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Intrusion Detection has become an inevitable area for commercial applications and academic research. Network traffic is typically very high volume and consists of both qualitative and quantitative data with different range of values. Raw data needs to be pre-processed before fed into any learning model and the most used technique is normalization . Attribute normalization eliminates the dominance of attributes with extreme values by scaling it within the range. However, many intrusion detection methods do not normalize attributes before training and detection . Network traffic data contains features that are qualitative or quantitative nature and has to be treated differently . This work studies the effect of normalization on Naive Bayes and J48 Decision tree classifier with the corrected KDDCUP99 and Kyoto 2006+ dataset. A comprehensive approach for normalization for network traffic attributes has been proposed.
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, D. A. K. S. R. V. (2017). The Effect of Normalization on Intrusion Detection Classifiers (Na�ve Bayes and J48). International Journal on Future Revolution in Computer Science &Amp; Communication Engineering, 3(7), 60–64. Retrieved from https://www.ijfrcsce.org/index.php/ijfrcsce/article/view/120