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DSCI553语言编程辅导、辅导Python程序
DSCI553 Foundations and Applications of Data Mining
FALL 2021
Assignment 3
Deadline: October. 26th 11:59 PM PST
1. Overview of the Assignment </br>In Assignment 3, you will complete two tasks. The goal is to familiarize you with Locality Sensitive
Hashing (LSH), and different types of collaborative-filtering recommendation systems. The dataset you
are going to use is a subset from the Yelp dataset used in the previous assignments.
2. Assignment Requirements
2.1 Programming Language and Library Requirements
a. You must use Python to implement all tasks. You can only use standard python libraries (i.e., external
libraries like numpy or pandas are not allowed). There will be a 10% bonus for each task (or case) if you
also submit a Scala implementation and both your Python and Scala implementations are correct.
b. You are required to only use the Spark RDD to understand Spark operations. You will not receive any
Python 3.6, JDK 1.8, Scala 2.12, and Spark 3.1.2
We will use these library versions to compile and test your code. There will be no point if we cannot run
your code on Vocareum. On Vocareum, you can call `spark-submit` located at
/opt/spark/spark-3.1.2-bin-hadoop3.2/bin/spark-submit`. (*Do not use the one at
`/home/local/spark/latest/bin/spark-submit (2.4.4))
2.3 Write your own code
Do not share your code with other students!!
We will combine all the code we can find from the Web (e.g., GitHub) as well as other students’ code
from this and other (previous) sections for plagiarism detection. We will report all the detected
plagiarism.
3. Yelp Data
In this assignment, the datasets you are going to use are from:
https://drive.google.com/drive/folders/1SufecRrgj1yWMOVdERmBBUnqz0EX7ARQ?usp=shar
ing
We generated the following two datasets from the original Yelp review dataset with some filters. We
randomly took 60% of the data as the training dataset, 20% of the data as the validation dataset, and
20% of the data as the testing dataset.
a. yelp_train.csv: the training data, which only include the columns: user_id, business_id, and stars.
b. yelp_val.csv: the validation data, which are in the same format as training data.
c. We are not sharing the test dataset.
d. other datasets: providing additional information (like the average star or location of a business)
4. Tasks
Note: This Assignment has been divided into 2 parts on Vocareum. This has been done to
provide more computational resources.
4.1 Task1: Jaccard based LSH (2 points)
In this task, you will implement the Locality Sensitive Hashing algorithm with Jaccard similarity using
yelp_train.csv.
In this task, we focus on the “0 or 1” ratings rather than the actual ratings/stars from the users.
Specifically, if a user has rated a business, the user’s contribution in the characteristic matrix is 1. If the
user hasn’t rated the business, the contribution is 0. You need to identify similar businesses whose
similarity >= 0.5.
You can define any collection of hash functions that you think would result in a consistent permutation
of the row entries of the characteristic matrix. Some potential hash functions are:
f(x)= (ax + b) % m or f(x) = ((ax + b) % p) % m
where p is any prime number and m is the number of bins. Please carefully design your hash functions.
After you have defined all the hashing functions, you will build the signature matrix. Then you will divide
the matrix into b bands with r rows each, where b x r = n (n is the number of hash functions). You should
carefully select a good combination of b and r in your implementation (b>1 and r>1). Remember that
two items are a candidate pair if their signatures are identical in at least one band.
Your final results will be the candidate pairs whose original Jaccard similarity is >= 0.5. You need to write
the final results into a CSV file according to the output format below.
business1 0 1 1 1
business2 0 1 0 0
Jaccard Similarity (business1, business2) = #intersection / #union = 1/3
Input format: (we will use the following command to execute your code)
Python: spark-submit task1.py
Scala: spark-submit --class task1 hw3.jar
Param: input_file_name: the name of the input file (yelp_train.csv), including the file path.
Param: output_file_name: the name of the output CSV file, including the file path.
Output format:
IMPORTANT: Please strictly follow the output format since your code will be graded automatically. We
will not regrade because of formatting issues.
a. The output file is a CSV file, containing all business pairs you have found. The header is
“business_id_1, business_id_2, similarity”. Each pair itself must be in the alphabetical order. The entire
file also needs to be in the alphabetical order. There is no requirement for the number of decimals for
the similarity value. Please refer to the format in Figure 2.
Figure 2: a CSV output example for task1
Grading:
We will compare your output file against the ground truth file using precision and recall metrics.
Precision = true positives / (true positives + false positives)
Recall = true positives / (true positives + false negatives)
The ground truth file has been provided in the Google drive, named as “pure_jaccard_similarity.csv”. You
can use this file to compare your results to the ground truth as well.
The ground truth dataset only contains the business pairs (from the yelp_train.csv) whose Jaccard
similarity >=0.5. The business pair itself is sorted in the alphabetical order, so each pair only appears
once in the file (i.e., if pair (a, b) is in the dataset, (b, a) will not be there).
In order to get full credit for this task you should have precision >= 0.99 and recall >= 0.97. If not, then
you will get only partial credit based on the formula:
(Precision / 0.99) * 0.4 + (Recall / 0.97) * 0.4
Your runtime should be less than 100 seconds. If your runtime is more than or equal to 100 seconds, you
will not receive any point for this task.
4.2 Task2: Recommendation System (5 points)
In task 2, you are going to build different types of recommendation systems using the yelp_train.csv to
predict the ratings/stars for given user ids and business ids. You can make any improvement to your
recommendation system in terms of the speed and accuracy. You can use the validation dataset
(yelp_val.csv) to evaluate the accuracy of your recommendation systems, but please don’t include it as
your training data.
There are two options to evaluate your recommendation systems. You can compare your results to the
corresponding ground truth and compute the absolute differences. You can divide the absolute
differences into 5 levels and count the number for each level as following:
>=0 and <1: 12345
>=1 and <2: 123
>=2 and <3: 1234
>=3 and <4: 1234
>=4: 12
This means that there are 12345 predictions with < 1 difference from the ground truth. This way you will
be able to know the error distribution of your predictions and to improve the performance of your
recommendation systems.
Additionally, you can compute the RMSE (Root Mean Squared Error) by using following formula:
Where Predi is the prediction for business i and Ratei is the true rating for business i. n is the total
number of the business you are predicting.
In this task, you are required to implement:
Case 1: Item-based CF recommendation system with Pearson similarity (2 points)
Case 2: Model-based recommendation system (1 point)
Case 3: Hybrid recommendation system (2 point)
4.2.1. Item-based CF recommendation system
Please strictly follow the slides to implement an item-based recommendation system with Pearson
similarity.
4.2.2. Model-based recommendation system
You need to use XGBregressor(a regressor based on the decision tree) to train a model. You need to use
this API https://xgboost.readthedocs.io/en/latest/python/python_api.html, the XGBRegressor
inside package xgboost.
Please choose your own features from the provided extra datasets and you can think about it with
customer thinking. For example, the average stars rated by a user and the number of reviews most likely
influence the prediction result. You need to select other features and train a model based on that. Use
the validation dataset to validate your result and remember don’t include it into your training data.
4.2.3. Hybrid recommendation system.
Now that you have the results from previous models, you will need to choose a way from the slides to
combine them together and design a better hybrid recommendation system.
Here are two examples of hybrid systems:
Example1:
You can combine them together as a weighted average, which means:
= α×
_
+ (1 ? α)×
_
The key idea is: the CF focuses on the neighbors of the item and the model-based RS focuses on the user
and items themselves. Specifically, if the item has a smaller number of neighbors, then the weight of the
CF should be smaller. Meanwhile, if two restaurants both are 4 stars and while the first one has 10
reviews, the second one has 1000 reviews, the average star of the second one is more trustworthy, so
the model-based RS score should weigh more. You may need to find other features to generate your own
weight function to combine them together.
Example2:
You can combine them together as a classification problem:
Again, the key idea is: the CF focuses on the neighbors of the item and the model-based RS focuses on
the user and items themselves. As a result, in our dataset, some item-user pairs are more suitable for the
CF while the others are not. You need to choose some features to classify which model you should
choose for each item-user pair.
If you train a classifier, you are allowed to upload the pre-trained classifier model named “model.md” to
save running time on Vocareum. You can use pickle library, joblib library or others if you want. Here is an
example: https://scikit-learn.org/stable/modules/model_persistence.html.
You also need to upload the training script named “train.py” to let us verify your model.
Some possible features (other features may also work):
-Average stars of a user, average stars of business, the variance of history review of a user or a business.
-Number of reviews of a user or a business.
-Yelp account starting date, number of fans.
-The number of people think a users’ review is useful/funny/cool. Number of compliments (Be careful
with these features. For example, sometimes when I visit a horrible restaurant, I will give full stars
because I hope I am not the only one who wasted money and time here. Sometimes people are satirical.
:-))
Input format: (we will use the following commands to execute your code)
Case1:
spark-submit task2_1.py
Param: train_file_name: the name of the training file (e.g., yelp_train.csv), including the file path
Param: test_file_name: the name of the testing file (e.g., yelp_val.csv), including the file path
Param: output_file_name: the name of the prediction result file, including the file path
Case2:
spark-submit task2_2.py
Param: folder_path: the path of dataset folder, which contains exactly the same file as the google drive.
Param: test_file_name: the name of the testing file (e.g., yelp_val.csv), including the file path
Param: output_file_name: the name of the prediction result file, including the file path
Case3:
spark-submit task2_3.py
Param: folder_path: the path of dataset folder, which contains exactly the same file as the google drive.
Param: test_file_name: the name of the testing file (e.g., yelp_val.csv), including the file path
Param: output_file_name: the name of the prediction result file, including the file path
Output format:
a. The output file is a CSV file, containing all the prediction results for each user and business pair in the
validation/testing data. The header is “user_id, business_id, prediction”. There is no requirement for the
order in this task. There is no requirement for the number of decimals for the similarity values. Please
refer to the format in Figure 3.
Figure 3: Output example in CSV for task2
Grading:
We will compare your prediction results against the ground truth. We will grade on all the cases in Task2
based on your accuracy using RMSE. For your reference, the table below shows the RMSE baselines and
running time for predicting the validation data. The time limit of case3 is set to 30 minutes because we
hope you consider this factor and try to improve on it as much as possible (hint: this will help you a lot in
the competition project at the end of the semester).
Case 1 Case 2 Case 3
RMSE 1.09 1.00 0.99
Running Time 130s 400s 1800s
For grading, we will use the testing data to evaluate your recommendation systems. If you can pass the
RMSE baselines in the above table, you should be able to pass the RMSE baselines for the testing data.
However, if your recommendation system only passes the RMSE baselines for the validation data, you
will receive 50% of the points for each case.
5. Submission
You need to submit following files on Vocareum with exactly the same name:
a. Four Python scripts:
● task1.py
● task2_1.py
● task2_2.py
● task2_3.py
b. [OPTIONAL] hw3.jar and Four Scala scripts:
● task1.scala
● task2_1.scala
● task2_2.scala
● task2_3.scala
6. Grading Criteria
(% penalty = % penalty of possible points you get)
1. You can use your free 5-day extension separately or together. (Google Forms Link for Extension:
https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSeSHzGWzPi3iuS-zNYyDLb-hhP4ancMEZgKDiwYZLmhyY
hKFw/viewform )
2. There will be a 10% bonus if you use both Scala and Python.
3. We will combine all the code we can find from the web (e.g., Github) as well as other students’ code
from this and other (previous) sections for plagiarism detection. If plagiarism is detected, you will
receive no points for the entire assignment and we will report all detected plagiarism.
4. All submissions will be graded on Vocareum. Please strictly follow the format provided, otherwise
you won’t receive points even though the answer is correct.
5. If the outputs of your program are unsorted or partially sorted, there will be 50% penalty.
6. Do NOT you use Spark DataFrame, DataSet, sparksql.
7. We can regrade your assignments within seven days once the scores are released. We will not accept
any regrading requests after a week. There will be a 20% penalty if our grading is correct.
8. There will be a 20% penalty for late submissions within a week and no points after a week.
9. Only if your results from Python are correct will the bonus of using Scala be calculated. There is no
partial points awarded for Scala. See the example below:
Example situations
Task Score for Python Score for Scala(10% of previous column if correct) Total
Task1 Correct: 3 points Correct: 3 * 10% 3.3
Task1 Wrong: 0 point Correct: 0 * 10% 0.0
Task1 Partially correct: 1.5 points Correct: 1.5 * 10% 1.65
Task1 Partially correct: 1.5 points Wrong: 0 1.5
7. Common problems causing fail submission on Vocareum/FAQ
(If your program runs seem successfully on your local machine but fail on Vocareum, please check these)
1. Try your program on Vocareum terminal. Remember to set python version as python3.6,
2. Check the input command line format.
3. Check the output format, for example, the header, tag, typos.
4. Check the requirements of sorting the results.
5. Your program scripts should be named as task1.py task2.py etc.
6. Check whether your local environment fits the assignment description, i.e. version, configuration.
7. If you implement the core part in Python instead of Spark, or implement it in a high time complexity
way (e.g. search an element in a list instead of a set), your program may be killed on Vocareum because
it runs too slowly.
8. You are required to only use Spark RDD in order to understand Spark operations more deeply. You will
not get any point if you use Spark DataFrame or DataSet. Don’t import sparksql.
 
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