Minimization of surprisal context data through application of a hierarchy of reference artifacts
Patent No. 9,176,998
Issued: November 3, 2015
Inventors: Adams; Samuel S (Rutherfordton, NC), Friedlander; Robert R.
(Southbury, CT), Kraemer; James R. (Santa Fe, NM)
A method, system, and computer program product for minimizing surprisal context data. The method comprising the steps of: identifying characteristics of a data event; receiving an input of rank of at least two identified characteristics of the data event; the computer generating a hierarchy of ranked, identified characteristics based on the rank of the at least two identified characteristics of the data event; and comparing the hierarchy of ranked, identified characteristics to a repository of reference artifacts arranged in characteristic context patterns. If at least one reference artifact arranged in characteristic context patterns from the repository matches the hierarchy of ranked, identified characteristics, the characteristic context pattern is stored as a surprisal context filter and compared to a data input of data events to detect anomalous events.
Reference to Related Applications
This application is a continuation-in-part of pending parent application Ser. No. 13/903,488, filed May 28, 2013, entitled "DISCOVERY OF UNUSUAL, UNEXPECTED, OR ANOMALOUS INFORMATION AND TRENDS IN HIGH THROUGHPUT DATA STREAMS AND DATABASES USING PROBABILITSTIC SURPRISAL CONTEXT FILTERS". The aforementioned application is hereby incorporated herein by reference.
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