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- 1. Classification with Naïve Bayes<br />A Deep Dive into Apache Mahout<br />
- 2. Today’s speaker – Josh Patterson<br />josh@cloudera.com / twitter: @jpatanooga<br />Master’s Thesis: self-organizing mesh networks<br />Published in IAAI-09: TinyTermite: A Secure Routing Algorithm<br />Conceived, built, and led Hadoop integration for the openPDC project at TVA (Smartgrid stuff)<br />Led small team which designed classification techniques for time series and Map Reduce<br />Open source work at http://openpdc.codeplex.com<br />Now: Solutions Architect at Cloudera<br />2<br />
- 3. What is Classification?<br />Supervised Learning<br />We give the system a set of instances to learn from<br />System builds knowledge of some structure<br />Learns “concepts”<br />System can then classify new instances<br />
- 4. Supervised vs Unsupervised Learning<br />Supervised<br />Give system examples/instances of multiple concepts<br />System learns “concepts”<br />More “hands on”<br />Example: Naïve Bayes, Neural Nets<br />Unsupervised<br />Uses unlabled data<br />Builds joint density model<br />Example: k-means clustering<br />
- 5. Naïve Bayes<br />Called Naïve Bayes because its based on “Baye’sRule” and “naively” assumes independence given the label<br />It is only valid to multiply probabilities when the events are independent<br />Simplistic assumption in real life<br />Despite the name, Naïve works well on actual datasets<br />
- 6. Naïve Bayes Classifier<br />Simple probabilistic classifier based on <br />applying Baye’s theorem (from Bayesian statistics) <br />strong (naive) independence assumptions. <br />A more descriptive term for the underlying probability model would be “independent feature model".<br />
- 7. Naïve Bayes Classifier (2)<br />Assumes that the presence (or absence) of a particular feature of a class is unrelated to the presence (or absence) of any other feature. <br />Example: <br />a fruit may be considered to be an apple if it is red, round, and about 4" in diameter. <br />Even if these features depend on each other or upon the existence of the other features, a naive Bayes classifier considers all of these properties to independently contribute to the probability that this fruit is an apple.<br />
- 8. A Little Bit o’ Theory<br />
- 9. Condensing Meaning<br />To train our system we need<br />Total number input training instances (count)<br />Counts tuples: <br />{attributen,outcomeo,valuem} <br />Total counts of each outcomeo<br />{outcome-count}<br />To Calculate each Pr[En|H]<br />({attributen,outcomeo,valuem} / {outcome-count} )<br />…From the Vapor of That Last Big Equation<br />
- 10. A Real Example From Witten, et al<br />
- 11. Enter Apache Mahout<br />What is it?<br />Apache Mahout is a scalable machine learning library that supports large data sets<br />What Are the Major Algorithm Type?<br />Classification<br />Recommendation<br />Clustering<br />http://mahout.apache.org/<br />
- 12. Mahout Algorithms<br />
- 13. Naïve Bayes and Text<br />Naive Bayes does not model text well. <br />“Tackling the Poor Assumptions of Naive Bayes Text Classifiers”<br />http://people.csail.mit.edu/jrennie/papers/icml03-nb.pdf<br />Mahout does some modifications based around TF-IDF scoring (Next Slide)<br />Includes two other pre-processing steps, common for information retrieval but not for Naive Bayes classification<br />
- 14. High Level Algorithm<br />For Each Feature(word) in each Doc:<br />Calc: “Weight Normalized Tf-Idf”<br />for a given feature in a label is the Tf-idf calculated using standard idf multiplied by the Weight Normalized Tf<br />We calculate the sum of W-N-Tf-idf for all the features in a label called Sigma_k, and alpha_i == 1.0<br />Weight = Log [ ( W-N-Tf-Idf + alpha_i ) / ( Sigma_k + N ) ]<br />
- 15. BayesDriver Training Workflow<br />Naïve Bayes Training MapReduce Workflow in Mahout<br />
- 16. Logical Classification Process<br />Gather, Clean, and Examine the Training Data<br />Really get to know your data!<br />Train the Classifier, allowing the system to “Learn” the “Concepts”<br />But not “overfit” to this specific training data set<br />Classify New Unseen Instances<br />With Naïve Bayes we’ll calculate the probabilities of each class wrt this instance<br />
- 17. How Is Classification Done?<br />Sequentially or via Map Reduce<br />TestClassifier.java<br />Creates ClassifierContext<br />For Each File in Dir<br />For Each Line<br />Break line into map of tokens<br />Feed array of words to Classifier engine for new classification/label<br />Collect classifications as output<br />
- 18. A Quick Note About Training Data…<br />Your classifier can only be as good as the training data lets it be…<br />If you don’t do good data prep, everything will perform poorly<br />Data collection and pre-processing takes the bulk of the time<br />
- 19. Enough Math, Run the Code<br />Download and install Mahout<br />http://www.apache.org<br />Run 20Newsgroups Example<br />https://cwiki.apache.org/confluence/display/MAHOUT/Twenty+Newsgroups<br />Uses Naïve Bayes Classification<br />Download and extract 20news-bydate.tar.gz from the 20newsgroups dataset<br />
- 20. Generate Test and Train Dataset<br />Training Dataset:<br />mahout org.apache.mahout.classifier.bayes.PrepareTwentyNewsgroups <br /> -p examples/bin/work/20news-bydate/20news-bydate-train <br /> -o examples/bin/work/20news-bydate/bayes-train-input <br /> -a org.apache.mahout.vectorizer.DefaultAnalyzer<br /> -c UTF-8<br />Test Dataset:<br />mahout org.apache.mahout.classifier.bayes.PrepareTwentyNewsgroups <br /> -p examples/bin/work/20news-bydate/20news-bydate-test <br /> -o examples/bin/work/20news-bydate/bayes-test-input <br /> -a org.apache.mahout.vectorizer.DefaultAnalyzer <br /> -c UTF-8<br />
- 21. Train and Test Classifier<br />Train:<br />$MAHOUT_HOME/bin/mahout trainclassifier <br /> -i 20news-input/bayes-train-input <br /> -o newsmodel <br /> -type bayes <br /> -ng 3 <br /> -source hdfs<br />Test:<br />$MAHOUT_HOME/bin/mahout testclassifier <br /> -m newsmodel <br /> -d 20news-input <br /> -type bayes <br /> -ng 3 <br /> -source hdfs <br /> -method mapreduce<br />
- 22. Other Use Cases<br />Predictive Analytics<br />You’ll hear this term a lot in the field, especially in the context of SAS<br />General Supervised Learning Classification<br />We can recognize a lot of things with practice<br />And lots of tuning!<br />Document Classification<br />Sentiment Analysis<br />
- 23. Questions?<br />We’re Hiring!<br />Cloudera’sDistro of Apache Hadoop:<br />http://www.cloudera.com<br />Resources<br />“Tackling the Poor Assumptions of Naive Bayes Text Classifiers”<br />http://people.csail.mit.edu/jrennie/papers/icml03-nb.pdf<br />

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