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Falko Dressler, Reinhard German and Peter Holleczek, "Selbstorganisierende Netzwerksensoren und automatisierte Ereigniskorrelation," Proceedings of BSI-Workshop IT-Frühwarnsysteme, Bonn, Germany, July 2006, pp. 117–128.


In dieser Arbeit werden Forschungsaktivitäten des Lehrstuhls für Rechnernetze und Kommunikationssysteme sowie des Regionalen Rechenzentrums der Universität Erlangen-Nürnberg im Kontext eines großflächigen Internet-Frühwarnsystems beleuchtet. Schwerpunkte der Darstellung und Diskussion sind die praktische Anwendbarkeit bisheriger Erkenntnisse sowie die weiteren Forschungsaktivitäten zu verschiedenen Aspekten einer massiv-verteilten Analyse- und Erkennungsinfrastruktur. Zentrale Eigenschaften im Fokus der Untersuchung sind das effiziente Monitoring und Messen, die Selbstorganisation und Adaption von Netzwerksensoren an veränderliche Umgebungszustände, sowie die automatisierte Ereigniskorrelation und Anomalieerkennung.

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Falko Dressler
Reinhard German
Peter Holleczek

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    author = {Dressler, Falko and German, Reinhard and Holleczek, Peter},
    title = {{Selbstorganisierende Netzwerksensoren und automatisierte Ereigniskorrelation}},
    pages = {117--128},
    address = {Bonn, Germany},
    booktitle = {BSI-Workshop IT-Fr{\"{u}}hwarnsysteme},
    month = {7},
    year = {2006},

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