-- There are 3 Proposition for a decision strategy and there are 2 channels through which the propositions are offered to the customer. If adaptive model definations are created for this strategy how many adaptive models will be created for the startegy?
While I would be glad to answer this question, I would like to first understand a couple of things, for the benefit of the rest of the community:
1) Can you please point me to the lesson/Quiz question where you found this?
2) Here's the transcript from the Predictive Analytics lesson where the creation of Adaptive Models is explained: Based on this explanation and your experience while completing the associated exercise, can you please share your thoughts on how many Adaptive Models should get created in the above scenario.
"When you check in the strategy, it is automatically saved. And remember that when it is saved, it generates and executes the underlying Java code. So saving our strategy triggered the generation of 3 adaptive models. If we now go to the Adaptive Models landing page, we see the 3 models that have just been created. They are each associated with a proposition. The first 3 columns show the proposition identifier, which is a combination of its Issue, Group and Name. More sophisticated models would also take into consideration the Direction and Channel in which the customer interaction took place."
Based on my experience of the exercise and coures I think the answer should be 3 Models, as there are 3 Proposition and I remmember in the transcript it is mentioned that there is a model for each proposition. The only doubt I have is that a single model is sufficient for a proposition with mutli channels or we need seperate models for each channel in that case the number of model should be 6.