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README.md

Learning Diverse and Discriminative Representations via the Principle of Maximal Coding Rate Reduction

This repository is the official implementation of Learning Diverse and Discriminative Representations via the Principle of Maximal Coding Rate Reduction (2020).

Requirements

  • This codebase is written for python3.
  • To install necessary python packages, run pip install -r requirements.txt.

Training

Basics

  • All functions used in training can be found in train_func.py, which includes: load_checkpoint(...), load_trainset(...), etc. For implementation details please refer to docstring.
  • Code for training are in the following files: train_sup.py and train_selfsup.py. Each has its own command options.
  • Augmentations is used in unsupervised and contrastive setting. Check augmentloader.py for implementation details.

Supervised Setting

usage: train_sup.py [-h] [--arch ARCH] [--fd FD] [--data DATA] [--epo EPO]
                    [--bs BS] [--lr LR] [--mom MOM] [--wd WD] [--gam1 GAM1]
                    [--gam2 GAM2] [--eps EPS] [--lcr LCR] [--lcs LCS]
                    [--tail TAIL] [--transform TRANSFORM]
                    [--save_dir SAVE_DIR] [--data_dir DATA_DIR]
                    [--pretrain_dir PRETRAIN_DIR]
                    [--pretrain_epo PRETRAIN_EPO]

optional arguments:
  -h, --help            show this help message and exit
  --arch ARCH           architecture for deep neural network (default: resnet18)
  --fd FD               dimension of feature dimension (default: 128)
  --data DATA           dataset for training (default: CIFAR10)
  --epo EPO             number of epochs for training (default: 500)
  --bs BS               input batch size for training (default: 1000)
  --lr LR               learning rate (default: 0.0001)
  --mom MOM             momentum (default: 0.9)
  --wd WD               weight decay (default: 5e-4)
  --gam1 GAM1           gamma1 for tuning empirical loss (default: 1.)
  --gam2 GAM2           gamma2 for tuning empirical loss (default: 1.)
  --eps EPS             eps squared (default: 0.5)
  --lcr LCR             label corruption ratio (default: 0)
  --lcs LCS             label corruption seed for index randomization (default: 10)
  --tail TAIL           extra information to add to folder name
  --transform TRANSFORM transform applied to trainset (default: default
  --save_dir SAVE_DIR   base directory for saving PyTorch model. (default: ./saved_models/)
  --data_dir DATA_DIR   base directory for saving PyTorch model. (default: ./data/)
  --pretrain_dir PRETRAIN_DIR load pretrained checkpoint for assigning labels
  --pretrain_epo PRETRAIN_EPO load pretrained epoch for assigning labels

Examples at a later section.

Self-supervised Setting

usage: train_selfsup.py [-h] [--arch ARCH] [--fd FD] [--data DATA] [--epo EPO]
                        [--bs BS] [--aug AUG] [--lr LR] [--mom MOM] [--wd WD]
                        [--gam1 GAM1] [--gam2 GAM2] [--eps EPS] [--tail TAIL]
                        [--transform TRANSFORM] [--sampler SAMPLER]
                        [--pretrain_dir PRETRAIN_DIR]
                        [--pretrain_epo PRETRAIN_EPO] [--save_dir SAVE_DIR]
                        [--data_dir DATA_DIR]

optional arguments:
  -h, --help            show this help message and exit
  --arch ARCH           architecture for deep neural network (default: resnet18)
  --fd FD               dimension of feature dimension (default: 32)
  --data DATA           dataset for training (default: CIFAR10)
  --epo EPO             number of epochs for training (default: 50)
  --bs BS               input batch size for training (default: 1000)
  --aug AUG             number of augmentations per mini-batch (default: 49)
  --lr LR               learning rate (default: 0.001)
  --mom MOM             momentum (default: 0.9)
  --wd WD               weight decay (default: 5e-4)
  --gam1 GAM1           gamma1 for tuning empirical loss (default: 1.0)
  --gam2 GAM2           gamma2 for tuning empirical loss (default: 10)
  --eps EPS             eps squared (default: 2)
  --tail TAIL           extra information to add to folder name
  --transform TRANSFORM transform applied to trainset (default: default
  --sampler SAMPLER     sampler used in augmentloader (default: random
  --pretrain_dir PRETRAIN_DIR load pretrained checkpoint for assigning labels
  --pretrain_epo PRETRAIN_EPO load pretrained epoch for assigning labels
  --save_dir SAVE_DIR   base directory for saving PyTorch model. (default: ./saved_models/)
  --data_dir DATA_DIR   base directory for saving PyTorch model. (default: ./data/)

Examples at a later section.

Evaluation

Testing methods available are: svm, knn, nearsub, kmeans, ensc. Each method also has options for testing hyperparameters, such as --k for top k components in kNN. Methods can also be chained. Checkpoint can also be specified using --epoch option. Please refer to evaluate.py and cluster.py and for more implementation details.

  • Command Options
usage: evaluate.py [-h] [--model_dir MODEL_DIR] [--svm] [--knn] [--nearsub]
                   [--kmeans] [--ensc] [--epoch EPOCH] [--k K] [--n N]
                   [--gam GAM] [--tau TAU] [--n_comp N_COMP] [--save]
                   [--data_dir DATA_DIR]

optional arguments:
  -h, --help            show this help message and exit
  --model_dir MODEL_DIR base directory for saving PyTorch model.
  --svm                 evaluate using SVM
  --knn                 evaluate using kNN measuring cosine similarity
  --nearsub             evaluate using Nearest Subspace
  --kmeans              evaluate using KMeans
  --ensc                evaluate using Elastic Net Subspace Clustering
  --epoch EPOCH         which epoch for evaluation
  --k K                 top k components for kNN
  --n N                 number of clusters for cluster (default: 10)
  --gam GAM             gamma paramter for subspace clustering (default: 100)
  --tau TAU             tau paramter for subspace clustering (default: 1.0)
  --n_comp N_COMP       number of components for PCA (default: 30)
  --save                save labels
  --data_dir DATA_DIR   path to dataset
  • An example for evaluation:
$ python3 evaluate.py --knn --nearsub --k 10 --model_dir saved_models/sup_resnet18+128_cifar10_epo500_bs1000_lr0.001_mom0.9_wd0.0005_gam11.0_gam210.0_eps0.5_lcr0

, which runs kNN with top 10 components and nearest subspace on the latest checkpoint in model_dir.

Others

  • (Extracting Features as .zip) To extract the features, use extract.py.
  • (Plotting figures) Plot functions are located in plot.py. Plots will be saved in (model_dir)/figures/
  • (Reproduce Results in Paper)

Commands for Supervised Learning Setting

$ python3 train_sup.py --arch resnet18 --data cifar10 --fd 128 --epo 500 --bs 1000 --eps 0.5 --gam1 1 --gam2 1 --lr 0.01 --lcr 0.0
$ python3 train_sup.py --arch resnet18 --data cifar10 --fd 128 --epo 500 --bs 1000 --eps 0.5 --gam1 1 --gam2 1 --lr 0.01 --lcr 0.1
$ python3 train_sup.py --arch resnet18 --data cifar10 --fd 128 --epo 500 --bs 1000 --eps 0.5 --gam1 1 --gam2 1 --lr 0.01 --lcr 0.2
$ python3 train_sup.py --arch resnet18 --data cifar10 --fd 128 --epo 500 --bs 1000 --eps 0.5 --gam1 1 --gam2 1 --lr 0.01 --lcr 0.3
$ python3 train_sup.py --arch resnet18 --data cifar10 --fd 128 --epo 500 --bs 1000 --eps 0.5 --gam1 1 --gam2 1 --lr 0.01 --lcr 0.4
$ python3 train_sup.py --arch resnet18 --data cifar10 --fd 128 --epo 500 --bs 1000 --eps 0.5 --gam1 1 --gam2 1 --lr 0.01 --lcr 0.5

Commands for Self-supervised Learning Setting

$ python3 train_selfsup.py --arch resnet18ctrl --data cifar10 --fd 128 --epo 100 --bs 1000 --eps 0.5 --gam1 20 --gam2 0.05 --lr 0.1 --aug 50 --transform cifar
$ python3 train_selfsup.py --arch resnet18ctrl --data cifar100 --fd 128 --epo 100 --bs 1000 --eps 0.5 --gam1 20 --gam2 0.05 --lr 0.1 --aug 50 --transform cifar
$ python3 train_selfsup.py --arch resnet18stl --data stl10 --fd 128 --epo 100 --bs 1000 --eps 0.5 --gam1 20 --gam2 0.05 --lr 0.1 --aug 50 --transform stl10

Lisence and Contributing

  • This README is formatted based on paperswithcode.
  • Feel free to post issues via Github.

Reference

For technical details and full experimental results, please check the paper.

@article{yu2020learning, 
	author = {Yu, Yaodong and Chan, Kwan Ho Ryan and You, Chong and Song, Chaobing and Ma, Yi}, 
	title = {Learning Diverse and Discriminative Representations via the Principle of Maximal Coding Rate Reduction}, 
	journal = {arXiv preprint arXiv:2006.08558},
	year = {2020}
}

Contact

Please contact ryanchankh@berkeley.edu and yyu@eecs.berkeley.edu if you have any question on the codes.

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