Source code for akida.compatibility.conversion

import copy
import numpy as np
import akida

def _get_weights_params_identity(layer):
    Creates an 'identity' convolutional layer parameters and its weights.
    out_dims = layer.output_dims
    nb_chan = out_dims[2]
    dw_weights = np.zeros((3, 3, nb_chan, 1), dtype=np.int8)
    pw_weights = np.zeros((1, 1, nb_chan, nb_chan), dtype=np.int8)
    for i in range(nb_chan):
        dw_weights[1, 1, i, 0] = 1
        pw_weights[0, 0, i, i] = 1

    # create a layer to have default parameters
    identity_layer = akida.SeparableConvolutional(
        kernel_size=(3, 3),
        act_step=2**layer.parameters.act_bits / 16)
    return copy.copy(identity_layer.parameters), dw_weights, pw_weights

def _copy_layer_variables(layer, copied_layer):
    for var in copied_layer.get_variable_names():
        layer.set_variable(var, copied_layer.get_variable(var))

def _copy_layer(model, layer):
    new_layer = akida.Layer(layer.parameters,
    if layer.learning:
        # Recompile model with layer parameters
        learn_params = {
            attr: getattr(layer.learning, attr)
            for attr in dir(layer.learning)
            if '__' not in attr and 'learning_type' not in attr
    _copy_layer_variables(new_layer, layer)

def _add_identity_cnp_after_max_pooling(model, layer):
    Adds the layer and an identity CNP to the model
    ident_params, ident_dw_weights, ident_pw_weights = _get_weights_params_identity(
    identity_layer = akida.Layer(ident_params, f"{}_identity")
    identity_layer.set_variable("weights", ident_dw_weights)
    identity_layer.set_variable("weights_pw", ident_pw_weights)

def _cnp_max_pooling(layer):
    return layer.parameters.layer_type in [
        akida.LayerType.Convolutional, akida.LayerType.SeparableConvolutional
    ] and layer.parameters.pool_type == akida.PoolType.Max

def _cnp_pooling_needs_identity_cnp(model, layer_index):
    Returns True if the layer is CNP with max pooling not followed by another
    CNP, and we can add an identity CNP layer after it without altering result
    result = False
    layer = model.get_layer(layer_index)
    if _cnp_max_pooling(layer):
        # if it is not the last layer, check the layer is not followed by
        # another cnp
        if layer_index != model.get_layer_count() - 1:
            next_layer = model.get_layer(layer_index + 1)
            if next_layer.parameters.layer_type not in [
                result = True
        # if it is the last layer, we can add an identity layer only if it has
        # activations enabled
        elif layer.parameters.activation:
            result = True
    return result

def _cnp_max_pooling_split(model, layer):
    Splits a CNP with max pooling into 2 CNPs:
        - one performing the convolution
        - the other one performing the pooling
    # 1st layer is the conv without pooling
    conv_params = copy.copy(layer.parameters)
    conv_params.pool_type = akida.PoolType.NoPooling
    conv_params.pool_size = (-1, -1)
    conv_params.pool_stride = (-1, -1)
    layer_conv = akida.Layer(conv_params, f"{}_conv")
    _copy_layer_variables(layer_conv, layer)
    # 2nd layer is an identity conv with pooling
    pool_params, pool_dw_weights, pool_pw_weights = _get_weights_params_identity(
    pool_params.pool_type = akida.PoolType.Max
    pool_params.pool_size = layer.parameters.pool_size
    pool_params.pool_stride = layer.parameters.pool_stride
    pool_layer = akida.Layer(pool_params, f"{}_pooling")
    pool_layer.set_variable("weights", pool_dw_weights)
    pool_layer.set_variable("weights_pw", pool_pw_weights)

[docs]def create_from_model(model): """Tries to create a HW compatible model from an incompatible one Tries to create a HW compatible model from an incompatible one, using SW workarounds for known limitations. It returns a converted model that is not guaranteed to be HW compatible, depending if workaround have been found. Args: model (:obj:`Model`): a Model object to convert Returns: :obj:`Model`: a new Model with no guarantee that it is HW compatible. """ new_model = akida.Model() nb_layers = model.get_layer_count() for i in range(nb_layers): layer = model.get_layer(i) if _cnp_max_pooling(layer): # On hardware, any CNP with max pooling must be followed by a CNP # (to perform vertical pooling). If not, an identity CNP layer is # then added. _copy_layer(new_model, layer) # If CNP has max pooling and is not followed by another CNP, we can # add an identity CNP layer if _cnp_pooling_needs_identity_cnp(model, i): _add_identity_cnp_after_max_pooling(new_model, layer) continue # if no particular case is found, copy the layer into the new model _copy_layer(new_model, layer) return new_model
[docs]def transpose(model): """Transpose the weights of a legacy (pre-2.1.4) model This only applies to: - models converted using cnn2snn, - models instantiated using the Sequential API starting with an InputConvolutional. Models instantiated using the Sequential API starting with an InputData don't need to have their weights transposed. Args: model (:obj:`Model`): a Model object whose weights need transposing Returns: :obj:`Model`: a new Model with transposed weights """ # Clone the model t_model = akida.Model(layers=model.layers) for layer in t_model.layers: if layer.parameters.layer_type == akida.LayerType.InputData: continue if layer.parameters.layer_type == akida.LayerType.FullyConnected: # Inflate, transpose and flatten weights n = layer.parameters.units x, y, c = layer.input_dims w = layer.variables["weights"] w = w.reshape((c, y, x, n)) \ .transpose((0, 2, 1, 3)) \ .reshape((1, 1, x * y * c, n)) layer.variables["weights"] = w else: # Transpose weights w = layer.variables["weights"] layer.variables["weights"] = np.transpose(w, axes=(1, 0, 2, 3)) return t_model