Title

Artificial Intelligence – II: Anomaly detection in data streams using fuzzy logic

Abstract/Description

Unsupervised data mining techniques require human intervention for understanding and analysis of the clustering results. This becomes an issue in dynamic users/applications and there is a need for real-time decision making and interpretation. In this paper we will present an approach to automate the annotation of results obtained from data stream clustering to facilitate interpreting that whether the given cluster is an anomaly or not. We use fuzzy logic to label the data. The results will be obtained on the basis of density function & the number of elements in a certain cluster.

Session Theme

Artificial Intelligence – II

Session Type

Other

Session Chair

Dr. Sharifullah Khan

Start Date

16-8-2009 12:40 PM

End Date

16-8-2009 1:00 PM

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Artificial Intelligence – II: Anomaly detection in data streams using fuzzy logic

Unsupervised data mining techniques require human intervention for understanding and analysis of the clustering results. This becomes an issue in dynamic users/applications and there is a need for real-time decision making and interpretation. In this paper we will present an approach to automate the annotation of results obtained from data stream clustering to facilitate interpreting that whether the given cluster is an anomaly or not. We use fuzzy logic to label the data. The results will be obtained on the basis of density function & the number of elements in a certain cluster.