This is based on information found here 1, 2
Bee Master is a research project that describes a mechanism for determining if a host-based code injection attack has occurred. It does this by running "honeypot" processes that have well-known behavior and then monitoring those processes to see if their behavior pattern changes.
While Bee Master seems to do an excellent job (see page 17) of identifying that an attack has occurred, it has no mechanism whatsoever for responding to such an attack. As Bee Master only indirectly detects attacks due to a change in behavior in one of its honeypot processes, it cannot always (perhaps never) what the attack vector was; it just knows that a honeypot process was tampered with.
It is far from clear what the appropriate response should be when an injection is detected.
While Bee Master only focuses on this indirect detection of viruses, more typical anti-virus applications focus on direct detection of malicious code (eg: via code examination or suspicious process activity), terminating the errant processes, and sanitizing the computer.