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reddy, S. V. Siva, Saravanan, S..  2020.  Performance Evaluation of Classification Algorithms in the Design of Apache Spark based Intrusion Detection System. 2020 5th International Conference on Communication and Electronics Systems (ICCES). :443—447.

Information security is a process of securing data from security breaches, hackers. The program of intrusion detection is a software framework that keeps tracking and analyzing the data in the network to identify the attacks by using traditional techniques. These traditional intrusion techniques work very efficient when it uses on small data. but when the same techniques used for big data, process of analyzing the data properties take long time and become not efficient and need to use the big data technologies like Apache Spark, Hadoop, Flink etc. to design modern Intrusion Detection System (IDS). In this paper, the design of Apache Spark and classification algorithm-based IDS is presented and employed Chi-square as a feature selection method for selecting the features from network security events data. The performance of Logistic Regression, Decision Tree and SVM is evaluated with SGD in the design of Apache Spark based IDS with AUROC and AUPR used as metrics. Also tabulated the training and testing time of each algorithm and employed NSL-KDD dataset for designing all our experiments.

Saravanan, S., Sabari, A., Geetha, M., priyanka, Q..  2015.  Code based community network for identifying low risk community. 2015 IEEE 9th International Conference on Intelligent Systems and Control (ISCO). :1–6.

The modern day approach in boulevard network centers on efficient factor in safe routing. The safe routing must follow up the low risk cities. The troubles in routing are a perennial one confronting people day in and day out. The common goal of everyone using a boulevard seems to be reaching the desired point through the fastest manner which involves the balancing conundrum of multiple expected and unexpected influencing factors such as time, distance, security and cost. It is universal knowledge that travelling is an almost inherent aspect in everyone's daily routine. With the gigantic and complex road network of a modern city or country, finding a low risk community for traversing the distance is not easy to achieve. This paper follows the code based community for detecting the boulevard network and fuzzy technique for identifying low risk community.