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Nd4j: Jackson RowVector(De)Serializer doesn't maintain shape or datatype #7561

AlexDBlack opened this issue Apr 17, 2019 · 2 comments · Fixed by #7577


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commented Apr 17, 2019

This simply hasn't been updated for dtypes and rank 0/1 support.
The only real challenge for fixing this is maintaining backward compatibility.

This is used for weighted loss functions and a few other places.

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commented Apr 17, 2019

I've spotted similar ptoblem with Nd4j.writeTxt - we do not store datatype there. Should be fixed as well.

@AlexDBlack AlexDBlack added this to the beta4 release milestone Apr 17, 2019

@AlexDBlack AlexDBlack self-assigned this Apr 18, 2019

AlexDBlack added a commit that referenced this issue Apr 19, 2019
[WIP] More QA and fixes (#7577)
* #7561 Add NDArrayText(De)Serializer to replace RowVector(De)Serializer

* Thorough tests for indexing

* Indexing overhaul, pt1

* Specified index support

* Cleanup

* More cleanup/polish for indexing; more code comments

* Fixes

* Fix + test NDArrayTextSerializer; switch to this for loss function weights + Evaluation

* Weight dtype casts for safety in loss functions

* Small fix

* More tests and final tweaks

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commented May 19, 2019

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