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Meta Learning Framework TF 2.0

This is a framework which makes it easy to apply meta-learning techniques on different datasets.

Requirements

Install all gpu dependencies for running TensorFlow on your system https://www.tensorflow.org/install/gpu. Install all required packages with

pip install -r requirements.txt

Datasets

We support a few datasets for now. We will add more datasets eventually. Please feel free to contribute by adding new datasets.

Omniglot

Download this file and extract it into some directory on your system.

Make sure to set the address of that directory the same as OMNIGLOT_RAW_DATA_ADDRESS variable in settings.py file.

Imagenet

We download Imagenet dataset.

  • Training

    • We downloaded Training images (Task 1 & 2) 138GB from the imagenet website.
    • Make a directory for your raw dataset address and set the settings IMAGENET_RAW_DATA_ADDRESS variable to that directory address.
    • Go into that directory and extract the downloaded file into it. As a result there should be a directory named 'ILSVRC2012_img_train' in your parent directory which you created.
    • In this directory, there should be 1000 tar files. In order to extract them to their own classes into the project data run the datasets_utils/untar_imagenet.py. As a result in your project root data folder there should be an imagenet folder which has all of the classes in their own directories. (Make sure you have enough disk space for this).
    • You do not need to download task 3 because it is a susbset of tasks 1 and 2.
  • Validation

    • Download validation images (all tasks) 6.3GB from the same place that you downloaded training images (Task 1 & 2).
    • Extract it in the directory you created in previous step which should be the value of IMAGENET_RAW_DATA_ADDRESS variable in settings.py.
    • If you list the validation directory, you see 50,000 images in a single directory. That’s not really practical, we’d like to have them in 1,000 directories as well. Download this script and put it in the validation folder and run it so it will take care of the validation set.
  • Test

    • Download test images (all tasks) 13GB from the same place that you downloaded training images (Task 1 & 2).
    • Extract it next to the train and validation folders in the same directory as you set the value of IMAGENET_RAW_DATA_ADDRESS variable.

So after downloading and extracting and processing these files. There should be four files in your imagenet raw data address:

  • ILSVRC2012_img_train (which contains zip files of all the training images). You can remove this one if you need more space on your hard drive.
  • ILSVRC2012_img_train_unzip (which contains the unzipped data for train).
  • ILSVRC2012_img_val (which contains the unzipped data and for each class in its own folder).
  • ILSVRC2012_img_test (which contains all the jpeg files without mentioning the class).

Imagenet preparation for our framework

  • This part will be added soon.

Mini-Imagenet

You can download the dataset from the link provided at the end of this github repo. Go to the bottom of the readme file and choose Download tar files. That is the same link as this. After downloading train, val and test tar files. Extract them into a directory and set the variable MINI_IMAGENET_RAW_DATA_ADDRESS to the address of that directory.

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