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README.md

Mobile Computer Vision @ Facebook

This repository provides code and models for the following projects developed by Facebook for mobile:

We provide the following code and models:

  • Pre-trained FBNet models.
  • Pre-trained ChamNet models.
  • CNN latency look-up table. We provided operator-level latency database using the latest caffe2 int8 inference engine (QNNPACK) on mobile phones.

Pytorch Pre-trained Models

The following FBNet/FBNetV2 pre-trained models are provided. The models are trained and evaluated using ImageNet 1k (ILSVRC2012) dataset. Validation top-1 and top-5 accuracy for fp32 models are reported.

Model Resolution Flops (M) Params (M) Top-1 Accuracy Top-5 Accuracy
fbnet_a 224x224 244.5 4.3 73.3 90.9
fbnet_b 224x224 291.1 4.8 74.5 91.8
fbnet_c 224x224 378.2 5.5 75.2 92.3
dmasking_f1 128x128 56.3 6.0 68.3 87.8
dmasking_f4 224x224 235.9 7.0 75.5 92.5
dmasking_l2_hs 256x256 419.1 8.4 77.7 93.7
dmasking_l3 288x288 753.1 9.4 78.9 94.3

The model could be loaded with:

from mobile_cv.model_zoo.models.fbnet_v2 import fbnet
model = fbnet("dmasking_l3", pretrained=True)
model.eval()

We also provide the following int8 quantized models in TorchScript format:

Model Resolution Flops (M) Params (M) Top-1 Accuracy Top-5 Accuracy
fbnet_a_i8f_int8_jit 224x224 244.5 4.3 72.2 90.3
fbnet_b_i8f_int8_jit 224x224 291.1 4.8 73.2 91.1
fbnet_c_i8f_int8_jit 224x224 378.2 5.5 74.2 91.8

Please see here for more details.

Caffe2 Pre-trained Models

We provide different pre-trained ChamNet and FBNet models. The models are trained and evaluated using ImageNet 1k (ILSVRC2012) dataset. Validation top-1 accuracy for fp32 and int8 models are reported. Model latenies are benchmarked on a Samsung S8 CPU with NNPACK (fp32) and QNNAPCK (int8) engines using Caffe2. Note that our models are best used in int8 as they are searched using on-device int8 latency metrics.

Model Resolution Flops (M) Params (M) Accuracy (int8) Latency (int8, ms) Accuracy (fp32) Latency (fp32, ms)
ChamNet-A 224x224 552.9 6.2 74.6 24.7 75.4 117.1
ChamNet-B 192x192 323.3 5.2 73.0 15.5 73.8 74.4
ChamNet-C 224x224 211.6 3.4 70.6 11.3 71.6 56.8
ChamNet-D 192x192 120.0 3.3 67.5 7.1 69.1 36.3
ChamNet-E 160x160 53.7 2.3 62.4 4.1 64.2 24.4
ChamNet-F 128x128 30.8 2.0 57.7 2.7 59.5 15.4
FBNet-A 224x224 249.4 4.3 71.7 14.1 73.3 124.6
FBNet-B 224x224 295.6 4.8 72.9 17.3 74.1 167.7
FBNet-B1 224x224 286.8 4.1 72.8 17.0 73.9 127.5
FBNet-C 224x224 383.0 5.5 73.2 21.0 74.9 241.8
FBNet-C1 224x224 374.2 4.9 73.3 20.0 74.5 167.3
FBNet-96 96x96 12.9 1.8 47.5 2.3 50.4 22.8

The pretrained FBNet and ChamNet models are available to download here:

The models expect the input image to be loaded in the range of [0, 255] in BGR format and normalized using mean = [0.406, 0.456, 0.485] and std = [0.225, 0.224, 0.229]. The transformation should preferrably happen at preprocessing.

CNN Latency Look-up Table

Recent studies have shown the importance of model optimization over direct metrics (e.g., latency) instead of indirect metrics (e.g., FLOPs). However, platform-specific latency measurements require engineer efforts and can be slow and difficult to parallelize. Thus, we provide a CNN latency look up table (LUT) to enable fast and reliable latency estimations.

Please see CNN latency look-up table for more details.

License

This project is licensed under CC BY-NC, as found in the LICENSE file. If you use our code/models in your research, please cite our paper:

@article{wu2018fbnet,
  title={FBNet: Hardware-Aware Efficient ConvNet Design via Differentiable Neural Architecture Search},
  author={Wu, Bichen and Dai, Xiaoliang and Zhang, Peizhao and Wang, Yanghan and Sun, Fei and Wu, Yiming and Tian, Yuandong and Vajda, Peter and Jia, Yangqing and Keutzer, Kurt},
  journal={The IEEE Conference on Computer Vision and Pattern Recognition (CVPR)},
  year={2019}
}

@article{dai2018chamnet,
  title={ChamNet: Towards Efficient Network Design through Platform-Aware Model Adaptation},
  author={Dai, Xiaoliang and Zhang, Peizhao and Wu, Bichen and Yin, Hongxu and Sun, Fei and Wang, Yanghan and Dukhan, Marat and Hu, Yunqing and Wu, Yiming and Jia, Yangqing and others},
  journal={The IEEE Conference on Computer Vision and Pattern Recognition (CVPR)},
  year={2019}
}

Acknowledgments

This work is developed by collaboration between Mobile Vision, Caffe2, and FAIR team at Facebook.

Thanks to Xiaoliang Dai, Marat Dukhan, Zijian He, Yunqing Hu, Yangqing Jia, Lingyi Liu, Yang Lu, Brad Stocks, Fei Sun, Yuandong Tian, Sam Tsai, Matt Uyttendaele, Peter Vajda, Yanghan Wang, Bichen Wu, Yiming Wu, Ran Xian, Fei Yang, Peizhao Zhang for their great contributions.

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