MieLog: log information browser with information visualization and text mining (Japanese)

In: Transactions of the Information Processing Society of Japan   ;  41 ,  12  ;  3265-3275  ;  2000
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It is necessary for a system administrator to investigate log information. The reason is that log-files contain an enormous amount of information generated from an operating system and various programs and this information is useful for solving a variety of problems. Moreover, intrusions are becoming a serious problem. A system administrator, therefore, has to watch log information periodically in order to find the intrusion. In this research, we developed a log information browsing system, called 'MieLog', in order to support such a task. MieLog extracts characteristics from log information. An example of these characteristics is the number of log outputting in fixed time or the length of log text. MieLog, moreover, represents their characteristics visually with textual information. As a result, MieLog makes it easier for a system administrator to investigate log information.

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Maintaining campus-wide educational computer system
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Development of distributed educational support system for learning image processing
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A transparent dynamic traffic balancing on multihomed networks
Okayama, K. / Yamai, N. / Shimamoto, H. / Miyashita, T. / Okamoto, T. | 2000
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MieLog: log information browser with information visualization and text mining
Takada, T. / Koike, H. | 2000
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Ueda, H. / Wang Wooi Ghee / Tsukamoto, M. / Nishio, S. | 2000
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A study on building a distributed database of urban information using directory service
Hattori, A. / Ning, W. / Yasuda, T. / Yokoi, S. | 2000
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Map-based user interface for information retrieval for digital cities
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On a class of efficiently computable morphological filters
Sakurai, A. / Hirata, T. | 2000
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Hierarchical design support method of real-time systems based on assume-guarantee verification
Yamane, S. | 2000
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Construction and evaluation of a CAI system based on 'learning by teaching' to virtual student
Obayashi, F. / Shimoda, H. / Yoshikawa, H. | 2000