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Add methods to determine input size #4670

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AlexDBlack opened this Issue Feb 18, 2018 · 1 comment

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AlexDBlack commented Feb 18, 2018

Output/layer sizes are (now) easy to determine:

/**
* Return the layer size (number of units) for the specified layer.
* Note that the meaning of the "layer size" can depend on the type of layer. For example:<br>
* - DenseLayer, OutputLayer, recurrent layers: number of units (nOut configuration option)<br>
* - ConvolutionLayer: the depth (number of channels)<br>
* - Subsampling layers, global pooling layers, etc: size of 0 is always returned<br>
*
* @param layer Index of the layer to get the size of. Must be in range 0 to nLayers-1 inclusive
* @return Size of the layer
*/
public int layerSize(int layer) {
if (layer < 0 || layer > layers.length) {
throw new IllegalArgumentException("Invalid layer index: " + layer + ". Layer index must be between 0 and "
+ (layers.length - 1) + " inclusive");
}
org.deeplearning4j.nn.conf.layers.Layer conf = layers[layer].conf().getLayer();
if (conf == null || !(conf instanceof FeedForwardLayer)) {
return 0;
}
FeedForwardLayer ffl = (FeedForwardLayer) conf;
return ffl.getNOut();
}

But input size/type to a network is not as easy to infer.

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