A resource allocation deep active learning based on load balancer for network intrusion detection in SDN sensors
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Original versionAhmed, U., Lin, J. C.-W., & Srivastava, G. (2022). A resource allocation deep active learning based on load balancer for network intrusion detection in SDN sensors. Computer Communications, 184, 56-63. 10.1016/j.comcom.2021.12.009
Dynamic traffic in a software-defined network (SDN) causes explosive data to flow from one system to another. The explosive data affects the functionality of system parameters, network-level configuration, routing parameters, network characteristics, and system load factors. Adapting to the traffic flow is a key research area in SDN in today’s big data world. Load balance vehicular sensor accessibility reduces delays, lowers energy consumption, and decreases the execution time. This paper combines the entropy-based active learning model to identify intrusion patterns efficiently, which is a packet-level intrusion detection model. The developed afterload balancing model can track the attack on the network. We then proposed a load balancing algorithm that optimizes the vehicular sensor usability by using sensor computing capability and source needs. We make use of a convergence-based mechanism to achieve high resource utilization. We then perform experiments on the state-of-the-art intrusion detection dataset. Our experimental results show that the load balancing mechanism can achieve 2x in performance improvements compared to traditional approaches. Thus, we can see that the designed model can help improve the decision boundary by increasing the training instance through pooling strategy and entropy uncertainty measure.