BLINC MULTILEVEL TRAFFIC CLASSIFICATION IN THE DARK PDF

We present a fundamentally different approach to classifying traffic flows according to the applications that generate them. In contrast to previous methods, our approach is based on observing and identifying patterns of host behavior at the transport layer. We analyze these patterns at three levels of increasing detail i the social, ii the functional and iii the application level. This multilevel approach of looking at traffic flow is probably the most important contribution of this paper.

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Skip to search form Skip to main content. Terry Winograd 61 Estimated H-index: Thomas Karagiannis 32 Estimated H-index: We analyze these patterns at three levels of increasing detail i the social, ii the functional clssification iii the application level. Analysis of communities of interest in data networks.

We demonstrate the effectiveness of our approach on three real traces. Download Multklevel Cite this paper. An analysis of Internet chat systems. Internet traffic classification using bayesian analysis techniques. We analyze these patterns at three levels of increasing detail i the social, ii the functional and iii the application level.

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First, it operates in the darkhaving a no access to packet payload, b no knowledge of port numbers and c no additional information other than what current flow collectors provide. From This Paper Topics from this paper.

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BLINC MULTILEVEL TRAFFIC CLASSIFICATION IN THE DARK PDF

Skip to search form Skip to main content. Terry Winograd 61 Estimated H-index: Thomas Karagiannis 32 Estimated H-index: We analyze these patterns at three levels of increasing detail i the social, ii the functional clssification iii the application level. Analysis of communities of interest in data networks. We demonstrate the effectiveness of our approach on three real traces.

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BLINC: Multilevel Traffic Classification in the Dark

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BLINC: multilevel traffic classification in the dark

Download BibTex We present a fundamentally different approach to classifying traffic flows according to the applications that generate them. In contrast to previous methods, our approach is based on observing and identifying patterns of host behavior at the transport layer. We analyze these patterns at three levels of increasing detail i the social, ii the functional and iii the application level. This multilevel approach of looking at traffic flow is probably the most important contribution of this paper.

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