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Automating Network Error Detection using Long-Short Term Memory Networks

by   Moin Nadeem, et al.

In this work, we investigate the current flaws with identifying network-related errors, and examine how K-Means and Long-Short Term Memory Networks solve these problems. We demonstrate that K-Means is able to classify messages, but not necessary provide meaningful clusters. However, Long-Short Term Memory Networks are able to meet our goals of providing an intelligent clustering of messages by grouping messages that are temporally related. Additionally, Long-Short Term Memory Networks can provide the ability to understand and visualize temporal causality, which unlocks the ability to warn about errors before they happen. We show that LSTMs have a 70 classifying network errors, and provide some suggestions on future work.


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