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From Алексей Платонов <aplaton...@gmail.com>
Subject Tests for ML using binary builds
Date Fri, 01 Mar 2019 15:58:25 GMT
Hello, Igniters!
I would like to create several tests for ML algorithms using binary builds.
These tests should work in this way:
1) Get last master (or user-defined branch) from git repository;
2) Build Ignite with a release profile and create binary build;
3) Run several Ignite instances from binary build;
4) Run examples or synthetic tests with a training of ML algorithms and
5) Accumulate fails statistics on some board.

Currently, I'm working with own open repository in git that contains
scripts for Docker and Travis as the prototype. I want to complete these
tests and contribute them to Ignite.

Should I adapt such tests for TC after prototype complete or Travis can be
reused? Maybe such a process was created for other Ignite modules and I can
use it for ML. What do you think?

Best regards
Alexey Platonov.

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