Implementation and Classification of Anomalous Detection with Varying Parameters

International Journal of Computer Science and Engineering
© 2019 by SSRG - IJCSE Journal
Volume 6 Issue 4
Year of Publication : 2019
Authors : Manvi Chahar, Ms. Savita

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Manvi Chahar, Ms. Savita, "Implementation and Classification of Anomalous Detection with Varying Parameters," SSRG International Journal of Computer Science and Engineering , vol. 6,  no. 4, pp. 16-18, 2019. Crossref,


Classification is a classic data mining technique based on machine learning. Classification is used to classify each item in a set of data into one of predefined set of classes or groups. We consider the problem of discovering attributes, or properties, accounting for the a-priori stated abnormality of a group of anomalous individuals (testing data) with respect to an overall given population (training data). To this aim, we use the notion of gain ratio. Gain ratio is an attribute selection method and has been used to rank the attributes of the datasets. For this we found that the attributes which have high gain ratio will have high classification accuracy and those attributes which have lower gain ratio can be neglected which helps in reduction of the attributes. This thesis shows that if we apply gain ratio on attributes to rank them and classify our data with small no of attributes and get the high accuracy rate. The results in the report on this dataset also show the efficiency and accuracy of Naỉve bayes classifier.


Data Mining, Gain Ratio, Naive Bayes Classifier


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