Model management system

Definition (1):

The model management system is a component of a DSS that stores and accesses models that managers use to make decisions.

A Model is an abstract representation of reality.

Models are an integral part of decision making and use for many tasks, such as designing a manufacturing facility, analyzing the financial health of an organization, forecasting demand for a product and service, and determining the quality of a particular batch of products.

Definition (2):

“The model management system (MMS) eases the burden of Artificial Intelligence (AI) model management for cognitive services that run on edge nodes.”

Definition (3):

The model management system is regarded as one of the most significant elements in a decision support system. A general-purpose MMS design is the main part of the application of MMS.

The MMS can be used for delivering other types of data files to edge nodes too. It facilitates the security, storage, and delivery of models, metadata, and other data packages required by edge services. It makes it easier for edge nodes to receive and send metadata and models from and to the cloud.

The MMS runs on edge nodes and in the IBM Edge Computing Manager hub. The CSS or cloud component delivers metadata, data, or models to certain nodes or groups of nodes within a company. Once the objects are delivered to the edge nodes, an application programming interface (API) is available enabling the edge service to receive the data or models from the ESS or edge component.

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