I've attached an excerpt from the course "Pega decisioning Consultant", Lesson - Using Decision Analytics in a decision strategy. Based on the excerpt, I'm trying to understand the difference between A, B and C below.
A) analytical containers created for each proposition
B) Adaptive models shown in Manage tab of the Strategy designer portal.
C) The matured Adaptive model instance that the Adaptive Decision Manager(ADM) creates once enough evidence has been gathered and proper predictors are identified by the ADM.
Questions I have:
1) Are A and B the same? If they are not same, the portal shouldn't mention those in "Manage" tab as adaptive models. It should call them containers.
2) Where does ADM store the model created in (C) ? Does it store with same name as the model definition?
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>>> 1) Are A and B the same? If they are not same, the portal shouldn't mention those in "Manage" tab as adaptive models. It should call them containers.
Yes, these are the same. We used the word container as an explanation metaphor.
>>> 2) Where does ADM store the model created in (C) ? Does it store with same name as the model definition?
The internal representation is not relevant for an end user.
The important aspect we have tried to convey here is that there is one single adaptive model definition, and there are multiple model instances created from this definition when configured as such in the decision strategy.
Miki, Thanks for the clarification. I'll put my 2nd question more clear.
After ADM gathers enough evidence (ADM knows what is enough or may be it is configured somewhere), it starts creating a new predictive model. Is this newly created predictive model and the ones we are calling as containers the one and same?
Or the newly created predictive model is maintained by the the ADM internally?
Thanks & Regards
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Posted: 9 Jun 2017 13:06 EDT
Marco Looy (Marco Looy)
Senior Director, 1:1 Customer Engagement and CRM Enablement Programs