My Personal Notes on getting NIPS'14-SSL working.
This paper: https://arxiv.org/pdf/1406.5298v2.pdf Claims 96.7% accuracy on mnist with only 100 images labeled: Interesting...
With 100 of the 50K MNIST Samples:
- I got 80% in Caffe with LeNet
- In one test this code got 95.9% with 1910 epochs after 18 hours on a slower CPU.
- I have no idea to implement this...
#My Install: sudo apt-get install python-numpy python-scipy python-dev python-pip python-nose g++ libopenblas-dev git sudo pip install Theano #Test Theano: nosetests theano git clone https://github.com/dpkingma/nips14-ssl.git #Add var: export ML_DATA_PATH="$HOME/nips14-ssl/data" #Add args: THEANO_FLAGS=floatX=float32 python run_2layer_ssl.py 100 100 #Comment out this line: #from anglepy.sfo import SFO #Updates due to error: Sudo pip install pyparsing==1.5.7 sudo pip install pydot==1.0.28
Back to the offical readme:
Code for reproducing some key results of our NIPS 2014 paper on semi-supervised learning (SSL) with deep generative models.
D.P. Kingma, D.J. Rezende, S. Mohamed, M. Welling
Semi-Supervised Learning with Deep Generative Models
Advances in Neural Information Processing Systems 27 (NIPS 2014), Montreal
Please cite this paper when using this code for your research.
Warning: This code is far from fully commented.
For questions and bug reports, please send me an e-mail at dpkingma[at]gmail.com.
Make sure that recent versions installed of:
- Python (version 2.7 or higher)
- Numpy (e.g.
pip install numpy)
- Theano (e.g.
pip install Theano)
floatX = float32in the
[global]section of Theano config (usually
~/.theanorc). Alternatively you could prepend
THEANO_FLAGS=floatX=float32to the python commands below.
Clone this repository, e.g.:
git clone https://github.com/dpkingma/nips14-ssl.git
- Set an environment variable
ML_DATA_PATHthat points to subdirectory
data/. For example, if you checked out this repo to your home directory:
Flying through latent space of M2 model
To generate movies of flying through latent-space of the M2 model, run:
python run_flying.py [dataset] 1 output.mkv
dataset is 'mnist' or 'svhn', and
target_filename is the filename to save the movie file to. NOTE: This script requires ffmpeg to be installed.
python run_analogies.py [dataset] 1
Learning M1 model
To train model M1 (a standard Variational Auto-Encoder / DLGM with sperical Gaussian latent space):
python run_gpulearn_z_x.py [dataset]
The M1 model does not incorporate class label, but is used in the paper's experiments for feature extration.
Learning M1+M2 model, partially observed labels
To run the semi-supervised learning experiments with model M1+M2:
python run_2layer_ssl.py [n_labels] [seed]
n_labels is the number of labels, and
seed is the random seed for Numpy. To reproduce the experimental results in the paper, the number of labels should be in (100,600,1000,3000). The random seed can be any integer. Each experiment will run for 3000 epochs; since this code is not GPU-optimized, running many epochs might take a few days to complete. However, it is often not necessary to run the the algorithm for so many epochs to produce good results.
Learning M2 model with fully observed labels
For training a generative model with all labels:
python run_gpulearn_yz_x.py [dataset]
dataset is 'mnist', 'svhn', 'norb' or 'norb_reshuffled'.
Evaluate test-set error of models trained with all labels
For evaluating the test-set classification error using already trained generative models of MNIST and SVHN:
python run_sl.py [dataset]
This iteratively builds, for each test-set image, an importance-sampled estimate of the posterior probability distribution over the class labels. This is an expensive procedure, but may be speed up by using fitting an inference model to the posterior distribution of class labels (which wasn't done in this case).