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Surveillance and other probing). As a result, the data contains a total of five clusters including the class for "normal connections". The attack-types are further classified into one of 24 types, such as buffer-overflow, guess-passwd, neptune, portsweep, rootkit, smurf, warezclient, spy, and so on. It is evident that each specific attack type can be treated as a sub-cluster. Most of the connections in this dataset are normal, but occasionally there could be a burst of attacks at certain times.
This is achieved through a careful division of labor between the online statistical data collection component and an offline analytical component. Thus, the process provides considerable flexibility to an analyst in a real-time and changing environment. In order to achieve these goals, we needed to the design the statistical storage process of the online component very carefully. The use of apyramidal time window assures that the essential statistics of evolving data streams can be captured without sacrificing the underlying space- and timeeficiency of the stream clustering process.
Since previously re- On Clustering Massive Data Streams: A Summarization Paradigm 29 ported stream clustering algorithms work on the entire history of stream data, we believe that they should perform effectively for some data sets with stable distribution over time. An example of such a data set is the KDD-CUP'98 Charitable Donation data set. We will show that even for such datasets, the CluStream can consistently beat the STREAM algorithm. The KDD-CUP'98 Charitable Donation data set has also been used in evaluating several one-scan clustering algorithms, such as .