Naive Bayes vs Decision Trees in Intrusion Detection Systems

Nahla Ben Amor
Institute Supérieur de Gestion 41 Avenue de la liberte ´ 2000 Le Bardo, Tunisie

Salem Benferhat
CRIL - CNRS Universite d’Artois ´ Rue Jean Souvraz Lens, Cedex, France

Zied Elouedi
Institute Supérieur de Gestion 41 Avenue de la liberte ´ 2000 Le Bardo, Tunisie

nahla.benamor@gmx.fr

benferhat@cril.univartois.fr

zied.elouedi@gmx.fr

ABSTRACT

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INTRODUCTION

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BRIEF REFRESHER ON DECISION TREES AND NAIVE BAYES 2.1 Decision trees 2.2.2 Naive Bayes .

FOCUSING ON THE FOUR CATEGORIES OF ATTACKS . DIFFERENT EXPERIMENTAL STUDY CASES 5.3. DESCRIPTION OF KDD’99 DATA SET 4. FOCUSING ON ALL ATTACKS 6.

FOCUSING ON NORMAL AND ABNORMAL CONNECTIONS 8.7. RELATED WORK AND CONCLUDING DISCUSSIONS .

REFERENCES .9. ACKNOWLEDGMENTS 10.

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