Changes between Version 3 and Version 4 of Documentation/Howto/UseHiveForOptimization


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04/19/11 19:17:19 (9 years ago)
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    1515 1. Click the plus symbol on top of the list to create a new ''Hive Experiment'' \\ [[Image(HiveExperiment-3.4.png, width=700)]] \\
    1616 1. Now you need to specify which experiment should be executed on the Hive. You can either
    17   * ... create a new experiment by clicking ''"New Experiment"''
    18   * ... open an existing experiment from a file.
    19  1. After having created or loaded an experiment you can click ''"Show Experiment"'' to modify it.
    20  1. Back at the ''Hive Experiment Manager'' you can go to ''Jobs'' where you can configure every single job and observe its status. Each algorithm (also experiments and batch-runs) represent one job. \\ [[Image(JobConfiguration-3.4.png, width=800)]] \\
     17  * ... create a new experiment by clicking the ''"plus symbol"''.
     18  * ... move an existing experiment onto the view via drag and drop.
     19 1. After having created or loaded an experiment you can click ''"Modify Optimizer"'' in the details view to modify it.
     20 1. Each algorithm (also experiments and batch-runs) represent one job. \\ [[Image(JobConfiguration-3.4.png, width=800)]] \\
    2121 1. Important configurations are:
    2222  * CoresNeeded: (default: 1) Specifies how many cores will be reserved for this job on the executing machine. If you know the algorithm corresponding to this job will use multiple threads for computation, increase this number!