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From Ted Dunning <ted.dunn...@gmail.com>
Subject Re: Mahout and online machine learning
Date Sat, 05 Feb 2011 00:39:32 GMT
Some answers,

a) Mahout is not ready for use in applications that will kill people if they
fail

b) if you have a situation where you have training examples that you have
classified and labeled, then Mahout online classifiers may help.

c) if you have data that is not sparse, then Mahout's online learners will
probably work reasonably well, but you will need to use them differently
from the way that most people currently use them.  These learners were
designed with very sparse data in mind.

2011/2/4 Marek Stefaniak <marek.stefaniak@gmail.com>

> I got to solve a challenging task in the field of machine learning online,
> and involving theconstruction of
> system monitoring, controlling and optimizing the work of another device
> (eg
>  aircraft).
> Input:
> Entrance system will stream data describing the work of the airplane and
> śrdowiska (eg,strength and wind direction, precipitation, humidity).
> About 60 parameters sampled at certain intervals (eg every 10 seconds)
>
> Objective:
> The system has two purposes:
> 1. Control settings to optimize the aircraft's flight
> 2. Warn of the possibility of a disaster (eg, engine overheating or too low
> flight)
>
> I assume that the target sytem should work on one computer (not in
> cluster).
>
> The question is whether it can be achieved with the mahout.
> If so, by which the algorithm?
>
> Yours
> Marek Stefaniak
>

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