▸ Anomaly detection algorithm to detect failing servers on a network.

▸ Collaborative filtering to build a recommender system for movies.

I have recently completed the Machine Learning course from Coursera by Andrew NG.

While doing the course we have to go through various quiz and assignments.

Here, I am sharing my solutions for the weekly assignments throughout the course.

In this exercise, you will implement the anomaly detection algorithm and apply it to detect failing servers on a network. In the second part, you will use collaborative filtering to build a recommender system for movies. Before starting on the programming exercise, we strongly recommend watching the video lectures and completing the review questions for the associated topics.

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▸ Collaborative filtering to build a recommender system for movies.

I have recently completed the Machine Learning course from Coursera by Andrew NG.

While doing the course we have to go through various quiz and assignments.

Here, I am sharing my solutions for the weekly assignments throughout the course.

**These solutions are for reference only.****> It is recommended that you should solve the assignments by yourself honestly then only it makes sense to complete the course.****>**

**But, In case you stuck in between, feel free to refer to the solutions provided by me.**

**NOTE:**

Don't just copy paste the code for the sake of completion.

Even if you copy the code, make sure you understand the code first.

**Click here to check out**__week-8__assignment solutions,__Scroll down__for the solutions for__week-9__assignment.In this exercise, you will implement the anomaly detection algorithm and apply it to detect failing servers on a network. In the second part, you will use collaborative filtering to build a recommender system for movies. Before starting on the programming exercise, we strongly recommend watching the video lectures and completing the review questions for the associated topics.

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**It consist of the following files:****ex8.m -**Octave/MATLAB script for first part of exercise**ex8 cofi.m -**Octave/MATLAB script for second part of exercise**ex8data1.mat -**First example Dataset for anomaly detection**ex8data2.mat -**Second example Dataset for anomaly detection**ex8 movies.mat -**Movie Review Dataset**ex8 movieParams.mat -**Parameters provided for debugging**multivariateGaussian.m -**Computes the probability density function for a Gaussian distribution**visualizeFit.m -**2D plot of a Gaussian distribution and a dataset**checkCostFunction.m -**Gradient checking for collaborative filtering**computeNumericalGradient.m -**Numerically compute gradients**fmincg.m -**Function minimization routine (similar to fminunc)**loadMovieList.m -**Loads the list of movies into a cell-array**movie ids.txt -**List of movies**normalizeRatings.m -**Mean normalization for collaborative filtering**submit.m -**Submission script that sends your solutions to our servers**[*] estimateGaussian.m -**Estimate the parameters of a Gaussian distribution with a diagonal covariance matrix**[*] selectThreshold.m -**Find a threshold for anomaly detection**[*] cofiCostFunc.m -**Implement the cost function for collaborative filtering**Video -**YouTube videos featuring Free IOT/ML tutorials

*****indicates files you will need to complete**estimateGaussian.m :**

`function [mu sigma2] = estimateGaussian(X)`

%ESTIMATEGAUSSIAN This function estimates the parameters of a

%Gaussian distribution using the data in X

% [mu sigma2] = estimateGaussian(X),

% The input X is the dataset with each n-dimensional data point in one row

% The output is an n-dimensional vector mu, the mean of the data set

% and the variances sigma^2, an n x 1 vector

%

% Useful variables

[m, n] = size(X);

% You should return these values correctly

mu = zeros(n, 1);

sigma2 = zeros(n, 1);

% ====================== YOUR CODE HERE ======================

% Instructions: Compute the mean of the data and the variances

% In particular, mu(i) should contain the mean of

% the data for the i-th feature and sigma2(i)

% should contain variance of the i-th feature.

%

mu = ((1/m)*sum(X))';

sigma2 = ((1/m)*sum((X-mu').^2))';

% =============================================================

end

**selectThreshold.m :**

`function [bestEpsilon bestF1] = selectThreshold(yval, pval)`

%SELECTTHRESHOLD Find the best threshold (epsilon) to use for selecting

%outliers

% [bestEpsilon bestF1] = SELECTTHRESHOLD(yval, pval) finds the best

% threshold to use for selecting outliers based on the results from a

% validation set (pval) and the ground truth (yval).

%

bestEpsilon = 0;

bestF1 = 0;

F1 = 0;

stepsize = (max(pval) - min(pval)) / 1000;

for epsilon = min(pval):stepsize:max(pval)

% ====================== YOUR CODE HERE ======================

% Instructions: Compute the F1 score of choosing epsilon as the

% threshold and place the value in F1. The code at the

% end of the loop will compare the F1 score for this

% choice of epsilon and set it to be the best epsilon if

% it is better than the current choice of epsilon.

%

% Note: You can use predictions = (pval < epsilon) to get a binary vector

% of 0's and 1's of the outlier predictions

cvPredictions = (pval < epsilon); % m x 1

tp = sum((cvPredictions == 1) & (yval == 1)); % m x 1

fp = sum((cvPredictions == 1) & (yval == 0)); % m x 1

fn = sum((cvPredictions == 0) & (yval == 1)); % m x 1

prec = tp/(tp+fp);

rec = tp/(tp+fn);

F1 = 2*prec*rec / (prec + rec);

% =============================================================

if F1 > bestF1

bestF1 = F1;

bestEpsilon = epsilon;

end

end

end

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**cofiCostFunc.m :**

`function [J, grad] = cofiCostFunc(params, Y, R, num_users, num_movies, ...`

num_features, lambda)

%COFICOSTFUNC Collaborative filtering cost function

% [J, grad] = COFICOSTFUNC(params, Y, R, num_users, num_movies, ...

% num_features, lambda) returns the cost and gradient for the

% collaborative filtering problem.

%

% Unfold the U and W matrices from params

X = reshape(params(1:num_movies*num_features), num_movies, num_features);

Theta = reshape(params(num_movies*num_features+1:end), ...

num_users, num_features);

% You need to return the following values correctly

J = 0;

X_grad = zeros(size(X)); % Nm x n

Theta_grad = zeros(size(Theta)); % Nu x n

% ====================== YOUR CODE HERE ======================

% Instructions: Compute the cost function and gradient for collaborative

% filtering. Concretely, you should first implement the cost

% function (without regularization) and make sure it is

% matches our costs. After that, you should implement the

% gradient and use the checkCostFunction routine to check

% that the gradient is correct. Finally, you should implement

% regularization.

%

% Notes: X - num_movies x num_features matrix of movie features

% Theta - num_users x num_features matrix of user features

% Y - num_movies x num_users matrix of user ratings of movies

% R - num_movies x num_users matrix, where R(i, j) = 1 if the

% i-th movie was rated by the j-th user

%

% You should set the following variables correctly:

%

% X_grad - num_movies x num_features matrix, containing the

% partial derivatives w.r.t. to each element of X

% Theta_grad - num_users x num_features matrix, containing the

% partial derivatives w.r.t. to each element of Theta

%

%% %%%%% WORKING: Without Regularization %%%%%%%%%%

Error = (X*Theta') - Y;

J = (1/2)*sum(sum(Error.^2.*R));

X_grad = (Error.*R)*Theta; % Nm x n

Theta_grad = (Error.*R)'*X; % Nu x n

%% %%%%% WORKING: With Regularization

Reg_term_theta = (lambda/2)*sum(sum(Theta.^2));

Reg_term_x = (lambda/2)*sum(sum(X.^2));

J = J + Reg_term_theta + Reg_term_x;

X_grad = X_grad + lambda*X; % Nm x n

Theta_grad = Theta_grad + lambda*Theta; % Nu x n

% =============================================================

grad = [X_grad(:); Theta_grad(:)];

end

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Thanks and Regards,

**-Akshay P. Daga**

I want to thank you so much. Dr. Ng did a great job and I am grateful to have you complement this course.

ReplyDeleteDr. Ng really did a great job. and I am glad to know that you found my post helpful.

DeleteThank you.

Excuse me, why would I get different answers in the last part of this assignment of J = (1/2)*sum(sum(Error.^2.*R)). when I enter J = (1/2)*sum(sum(Error.*R .^2))?

ReplyDeleteI really have no idea, thanks in advance!

In 1st equation, it's calculating error square and multiplied with R.

DeleteIn 2nd equation, it's calculating R square and multiplied with error.

That's the difference and that's why you are getting different answers.

Submission failed: unexpected error: Unrecognized function or variable 'm'.

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