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README.md

Reproduced ResNet on CIFAR-10 and CIFAR-100 dataset.

Deprecated

This code is not actively maintained. Please use the offical ResNet implementation instead.

Xin Pan

Dataset:

https://www.cs.toronto.edu/~kriz/cifar.html

Related papers:

Identity Mappings in Deep Residual Networks

https://arxiv.org/pdf/1603.05027v2.pdf

Deep Residual Learning for Image Recognition

https://arxiv.org/pdf/1512.03385v1.pdf

Wide Residual Networks

https://arxiv.org/pdf/1605.07146v1.pdf

Settings:

  • Random split 50k training set into 45k/5k train/eval split.
  • Pad to 36x36 and random crop. Horizontal flip. Per-image whitening.
  • Momentum optimizer 0.9.
  • Learning rate schedule: 0.1 (40k), 0.01 (60k), 0.001 (>60k).
  • L2 weight decay: 0.002.
  • Batch size: 128. (28-10 wide and 1001 layer bottleneck use 64)

Results:

Precisions

Precisions Legends

CIFAR-10 Model Best Precision Steps
32 layer 92.5% ~80k
110 layer 93.6% ~80k
164 layer bottleneck 94.5% ~80k
1001 layer bottleneck 94.9% ~80k
28-10 wide 95% ~90k
CIFAR-100 Model Best Precision Steps
32 layer 68.1% ~45k
110 layer 71.3% ~60k
164 layer bottleneck 75.7% ~50k
1001 layer bottleneck 78.2% ~70k
28-10 wide 78.3% ~70k

Prerequisite:

  1. Install TensorFlow, Bazel.

  2. Download CIFAR-10/CIFAR-100 dataset.

curl -o cifar-10-binary.tar.gz https://www.cs.toronto.edu/~kriz/cifar-10-binary.tar.gz
curl -o cifar-100-binary.tar.gz https://www.cs.toronto.edu/~kriz/cifar-100-binary.tar.gz

How to run:

# cd to the models repository and run with bash. Expected command output shown.
# The directory should contain an empty WORKSPACE file, the resnet code, and the cifar10 dataset.
# Note: The user can split 5k from train set for eval set.
$ ls -R
.:
cifar10  resnet  WORKSPACE

./cifar10:
data_batch_1.bin  data_batch_2.bin  data_batch_3.bin  data_batch_4.bin
data_batch_5.bin  test_batch.bin

./resnet:
BUILD  cifar_input.py  g3doc  README.md  resnet_main.py  resnet_model.py

# Build everything for GPU.
$ bazel build -c opt --config=cuda resnet/...

# Train the model.
$ bazel-bin/resnet/resnet_main --train_data_path=cifar10/data_batch* \
                               --log_root=/tmp/resnet_model \
                               --train_dir=/tmp/resnet_model/train \
                               --dataset='cifar10' \
                               --num_gpus=1

# While the model is training, you can also check on its progress using tensorboard:
$ tensorboard --logdir=/tmp/resnet_model

# Evaluate the model.
# Avoid running on the same GPU as the training job at the same time,
# otherwise, you might run out of memory.
$ bazel-bin/resnet/resnet_main --eval_data_path=cifar10/test_batch.bin \
                               --log_root=/tmp/resnet_model \
                               --eval_dir=/tmp/resnet_model/test \
                               --mode=eval \
                               --dataset='cifar10' \
                               --num_gpus=0