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Do I need Docker to deploy a ML pipeline that only does scheduled training and batch prediction

Started this discussion. Last reply by Varun Verma Mar 30. 1 Reply

I am trying to deploy a machine learning workflow on AWS. The most common way is probably to automate it in SageMaker and deploy the model as an endpoint for inference. For my project though, the…Continue

Tags: python, docker, aws

Constrained optimization with objective function and constraints using different set of parameters

Started this discussion. Last reply by Prateek Baranwal Feb 6. 3 Replies

I am working on this constrained optimization problem. The objective function is the efficiency of the machine which is determined by 6 controllable variables. The constraint is the pressure can't…Continue

Tags: optimization

What method/model should I use for this parameter fitting problem?

Started this discussion. Last reply by 01p2izbxmf1x5 Apr 10, 2018. 1 Reply

I am running analysis on data for this type of sensor my company makes. I want to quantify the health of the sensor based on three features using the following formula:sensor health index = feature1…Continue

Tags: sklearn, python, regression

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Varun Verma replied to DJ's discussion Do I need Docker to deploy a ML pipeline that only does scheduled training and batch prediction
"I guess, yes. It will give you a batch process, version control and proper governance on the models."
Mar 30
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Do I need Docker to deploy a ML pipeline that only does scheduled training and batch prediction

I am trying to deploy a machine learning workflow on AWS. The most common way is probably to automate it in SageMaker and deploy the model as an endpoint for inference. For my project though, the training needs to be scheduled and runs probably once a week. The prediction only happens every time after the retraining is done and that's it. Therefore I think SageMaker is an overkill. The easier way is probably to train the model and run prediction on an EC2 instance by piecing together a few…See More
Mar 30
Andrew Ekstrom replied to DJ's discussion Constrained optimization with objective function and constraints using different set of parameters
"If you dont know about the relationship between variables and responses, try using a designed experiment. If you have 6 parameters to test, you could use a definitive screening design. Use PSI and your other response in your model, then do a…"
Aug 19, 2019
Irv Lustig replied to DJ's discussion Constrained optimization with objective function and constraints using different set of parameters
"If it is truly the case that your objective function depends on a vector X, and your constraints depend on a vector Y, and there is no relationship between values of Y and values of X, then the constraints are irrelevant, and your problem is an…"
Aug 15, 2019
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Constrained optimization with objective function and constraints using different set of parameters

I am working on this constrained optimization problem. The objective function is the efficiency of the machine which is determined by 6 controllable variables. The constraint is the pressure can't exceed 10 psi. The pressure is dependent on a set of unknown parameters which most likely has little overlap with the 6 controllable variables.In a nutshellObjective function f(X) Constraints g(Y) < 10Typical optimization problem usually has the same parameters for objective function and…See More
Aug 14, 2019
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Constrained optimization with objective function and constraints using different set of parameters

I am working on this constrained optimization problem. The objective function is the efficiency of the machine which is determined by 6 controllable variables. The constraint is the pressure can't exceed 10 psi. The pressure is dependent on a set of unknown parameters which most likely has little overlap with the 6 controllable variables.In a nutshellObjective function f(X) Constraints g(Y) < 10Typical optimization problem usually has the same parameters for objective function and…See More
Aug 14, 2019

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