Using models in dynamic applications
We've spent this chapter discussing the use of techniques to manage model performance under conditions that might be seen as ideal; specifically, conditions in which all of the data is available ahead of time so that a model can be trained on all data. These assumptions are frequently valid in research contexts or when dealing with one-time problems, but in many contexts they are unsafe assumptions. The range of unsafe contexts goes beyond the cases where the data is simply unavailable, such as data science contests where a held-out dataset is used to establish the final leaderboard.
Returning to a subject from earlier in this chapter, you'll recall the Pragmatic Chaos algorithm, which won the Netflix prize? ...
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