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13-17 May 2019
Daejeon, Republic of Korea
Europe/Vienna timezone
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A database dedicated to development of machine learning based disruption predictors

15 May 2019, 15:25
2h 35m
Daejeon, Republic of Korea

Daejeon, Republic of Korea

Board: P/2-3
Poster Database Techniques for Information Storage and Retrieval Poster

Speaker

Mr Qiqi Wu (International Joint Research Laboratory of Magnetic Confinement Fusion and Plasma Physics, Huazhong University of Science and Technology)

Description

Machine learning based disruption prediction method have exhibited good prediction performance with higher success rate, low false alarm rate and earlier warning time than physics based methods. One important thing pushed recent advances in machine learning field is high-quality training data. So a database with rich set of accurate disruption related labels is crucial to the development of a high performance disruption predictor. On J-TEXT in order to fast and iteratively develop machine learning based disruption predictors, a database dedicated for machine learning disruption prediction is built. This database provided not only disruption related labels, interfaces for querying the data based on user proved filter and auto generation of train and test data but also interface for benchmark the predictors. Its modular design allow us to plug-in various shot analyze modules which scan the diagnostic database and generate different labels automatically. These modules can be scheduled and run parallel on a cluster which speed up the shot analysis process. The generated labels are inserted into a MongoDB NoSQL database for later querying. But one major hurdle for machine learning disruption prediction is they perform un-acceptably poor on devices other than they are trained on. It requires data from many different tokamaks to possibly develop a cross machine predictor. So this database also has a data import module which reads diagnostic data from different data source such as MDSplus and store them as HDF5 files with unified data structure on a parallel file system. Now it has J-TEXT data, but it is easy to import data from different machines and provide unified data access interface.

Primary author

Mr Qiqi Wu (International Joint Research Laboratory of Magnetic Confinement Fusion and Plasma Physics, Huazhong University of Science and Technology)

Co-authors

Dr Wei Zheng (Huazhong University of Science and Technology) Prof. Ming Zhang (International Joint Research Laboratory of Magnetic Confinement Fusion and Plasma Physics, Huazhong University of Science and Technology) Mr Yuxing Wang (International Joint Research Laboratory of Magnetic Confinement Fusion and Plasma Physics, Huazhong University of Science and Technology)

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