Source code for quantizeml.layers.quantizers.aligned_weight_quantizer

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__all__ = ["AlignedWeightQuantizer"]

import tensorflow as tf

from ...tensors import QFloat
from ..recorders import TensorRecorder, QFloatRecorder
from .quantizers import Quantizer

[docs]@tf.keras.utils.register_keras_serializable() class AlignedWeightQuantizer(Quantizer): """A uniform quantizer that converts a float Tensor to a QFloat representation. Unlike its sibling the WeightQuantizer, it does not evaluate the fractional bits and scales of the resulting QFloat, but instead aligns them on those of another QFloat input. Args: bitwidth (int, optional): the quantization bitwidth. Defaults to 8. signed (bool, optional): whether the quantizer expects signed values or unsigned. Defaults to True. """ def __init__(self, bitwidth=8, signed=True, **kwargs): super().__init__(bitwidth, signed, **kwargs) # Add the object that will store the shift values. self.shift = TensorRecorder( + "/shift") self.qweights = QFloatRecorder( + "/qweights")
[docs] def call(self, inputs, other): """Quantize the float inputs, aligned on another QFloat The quantization is done in several steps: 1. Compute the quantization ranges, 2. Evaluate the maximum fractional bits, 3. Quantize the inputs as a QFloat, 4. Align the QFloat fractional bits on the other. Args: inputs (tf.Tensor): the inputs tensor. other (:obj:`QFloat`): a tensor to align on. Returns: :obj:`QFloat`: a quantized tensor with the same scales and frac_bits as other. """ if not isinstance(inputs, (tf.Tensor, tf.Variable)): raise ValueError( f"{type(inputs)} as first param is not supported." "AlignedWeightQuantizer only accepts tf.Tensor.") if not isinstance(other, QFloat): raise ValueError( f"{type(other)} as second param is not supported." "AlignedWeightQuantizer only accepts QFloat.") other_value_bits = other.fp.value_bits other_frac_bits = other.fp.frac_bits # Compute the symmetric quantization ranges from the inputs ranges = tf.math.reduce_max(tf.math.abs(inputs)) # Evaluate the maximum fractional bits we can use for the specified ranges frac_bits = QFloat.max_frac_bits(self.value_bits, ranges, other.scales) # Remove the input-dependent fractional bits from the gradient tape to avoid a loopback frac_bits = tf.stop_gradient(frac_bits) # Clamp the ideal frac_bits to the other fractional bits, to avoid downscaling afterwards frac_bits = tf.minimum(frac_bits, other_frac_bits) # Quantize the inputs with the resulting fractional bits and other scales outputs = QFloat.quantize(inputs, self.value_bits, other.scales, frac_bits) # Now, upscale to the other fractional bits outputs, shift = outputs.upscale(other_frac_bits, other_value_bits) # record quantized weights (including shift and promote) self.qweights(outputs) # record shift values to be able to recreate and store unshifted weights self.shift(shift) return outputs