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DL4J: EmbeddingSequenceLayer: support 3d [mb,1,tsLength] format #5960

AlexDBlack opened this issue Jul 25, 2018 · 1 comment


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commented Jul 25, 2018

SequenceRecordReader + (SeqRRDSI or RRMDSI) will produce 3d sequences of shape [mb,1,tsLength].
But EmbeddingSequenceLayer can only currently handle 2d - shape [mb,tsLength]. This isn't great for usability, and should be fixed.

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@AlexDBlack AlexDBlack added this to the DL4J/Arbiter/DataVec Next Steps milestone Jul 25, 2018

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DL4J/ND4J Various Fixes (#5963)
* #5913 ND4J CPU OOM - throw OutOfMemoryError instead of IllegalStateException

* #5960 EmbeddingSequenceLayer now supports rank 3 [mb,1,tsLength] input

* #5205 Handle batchSize config >> total examples condition to avoid OOM on list size

* Deprecated functionality cleanup

* Clean up some more long-deprecated and unused functionality; deprecated javadoc improvements

* #4866 CUDNN conv dilation > 2 fix

* Minor test polish

* #5056 implement Yolo2OutputLayer.computeScoreForExamples

* #4557 save metadata in (Multi)

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