Source code for akida.input_data

from akida.core import (Layer, InputDataParams, InputLayerParams, InputParams)

[docs]class InputData(Layer): """This is the general purpose input layer. It takes events in a simple address-event data format; that is, each event is characterized by a trio of values giving x, y and channel values. Regarding the input dimension values, note that AEE expects inputs with zero-based indexing, i.e., if input_width is defined as 12, then the model expects all input events to have x-values in the range 0–11. Where possible: - The x and y dimensions should be used for discretely-sampled continuous domains such as space (e.g., images) or time-series (e.g., an audio signal). - The c dimension should be used for ‘category indices’, where there is no particular relationship between neighboring values. The input dimension values are used for: - Error checking – input events are checked and if any fall outside the defined input range, then the whole set of events sent on that processing call is rejected. An error will also be generated if the defined values are larger than the true input dimensions. - Configuring the input and output dimensions of subsequent layers in the model. Args: input_shape (tuple): the 3D input shape. input_bits (int): input bitwidth. name (str, optional): name of the layer. """ def __init__(self, input_shape, input_bits=4, name=""): try: params = InputDataParams(InputLayerParams(InputParams(input_shape)), input_bits) # Call parent constructor to initialize C++ bindings # Note that we invoke directly __init__ instead of using super, as # specified in pybind documentation Layer.__init__(self, params, name) except: self = None raise