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Data Mining – Detection and isolation of events using transformations

There is a variety of tools to filter packets from a network. One of the most popular ones is the Berkeley Packet Filter (BPF). All such filters are based on static descriptions, e.g., fixed source ports or fixed subnets of IP addresses. These methods work well for most types of network traffic, but there are cases in which a wider variety of applications may be appropriate. In this paper we will introduce a new analysis tool which will allow us to do a time-dependent analysis.


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