DataScope Model Executor is a stand-alone application that allows prediction models built using DataScope's data mining algorithms and exported as PMML files to be applied to databases of any size. Model Executor also allows the incorporation of predictive models into 3rd party applications and websites without the need for software development, for example, for web site personalization, on-line customer assessment, fraud detection in online transactions and many more.
DataScope Model Executor also capable of perfoming data tranformations defined in DataScope on database of unlimited size. The resulting new database fields can be stored back to the database or saved into external data files.
DataScope Model Executor is one of the most flexible tools of the DataScope product family. Model Executor features three types of user interfaces for the various types of applications. These are GUI, Comand Line interface and CGI web interface. With the graphical user interface Model Executor can be used as a stand-alone interactive tool for applying models to big databases in a manually controlled way. It allows manual mapping of database fields to the model input fields and defining the various input/output parameters.
The Command Line interface allows incorporating data mining modelling into other applications or batch processes without the need for software development. Since the models are loaded from external files, their replacement or updating can be done without any change to the application. The information exchange between the host application and Model Executor is perfomed through standard XML files and command line parameters while the data transfer is done through database servers or data files.
The WEB interface is very similar to the Command Line interface with the difference that it allows integrating the models into WEB applications. With the CGI interface Model Executor can be used for on-line classification or prediction of information. The information exchange between the website and Model Executor is perfomed through standard CGI interface and XML files while the data transfer is done through database servers or stand alone data files.