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fabric files for both x86 and ppc64le on Same Cluster if HPO Models are running on
https://jazz07.rchland.ibm.com:21443/jazz/web/projects/pc-management#action=com.ibm.team.workitem.viewWorkItem&id=266399Customer will be purchasing more x86 nodes shortly to add to cluster. Customer needs permanent solution
Open to allow WMLA user to add their own algorithms
Our team would like to try WMLA EDT to train model using most up to date, state of the art algorithm. However, these algorithm is not supported by WMLA. It will be best if WMLA allows users, who are data scientist, developer, or machine learning...
Support RBFOpt as one of the hyperparameter optimization algorithms in WMLA
Watson Studio supports RBFOpt off the shelf (see https://dataplatform.cloud.ibm.com/docs/content/wsj/analyze-data/ml_dlaas_hpo.html), but WMLA doesn't. The inconsistency between both platforms is surprising, and taking into consideration that RBFO...
Additional Implementations of Hyperparameter Optimization Algorithms
The current methods for hyperparameter optimization available in WMLA are limited. While the new BYOF framework allows end users to wrap implementations of additional methods, it would be desirable to have a few more ones supported by default:- A...
Currently the implementation of Bayesian Optimization in WMLA is completely sequential. This renders it essentially useless for models with long training times. It would be ideal to parallelize it more. There are two angles to this: first, at it...
Include all metrics (not just the one being optimized) in the output of GET hypersearch
currently when one queries the results of a hyperparameter optimization round in Watson Machine Learning Accelerator, e.g. withhttps://<>:9243/platform/rest/deeplearning/v1/hypersearch/username-hpo-860740667802465... only the metric being op...
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