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// A minimal but useful C++ example showing how to load an Imagenet-style object
// recognition TensorFlow model, prepare input images for it, run them through
// the graph, and interpret the results.
//
// It's designed to have as few dependencies and be as clear as possible, so
// it's more verbose than it could be in production code. In particular, using
// auto for the types of a lot of the returned values from TensorFlow calls can
// remove a lot of boilerplate, but I find the explicit types useful in sample
// code to make it simple to look up the classes involved.
//
// To use it, compile and then run in a working directory with the
// learning/brain/tutorials/label_image/data/ folder below it, and you should
// see the top five labels for the example Lena image output. You can then
// customize it to use your own models or images by changing the file names at
// the top of the main() function.
//
// The googlenet_graph.pb file included by default is created from Inception.
//
// Note that, for GIF inputs, to reuse existing code, only single-frame ones
// are supported.
#include <fstream>
#include <utility>
#include <vector>
#include "tensorflow/cc/ops/const_op.h"
#include "tensorflow/cc/ops/image_ops.h"
#include "tensorflow/cc/ops/standard_ops.h"
#include "tensorflow/core/framework/graph.pb.h"
#include "tensorflow/core/framework/tensor.h"
#include "tensorflow/core/graph/default_device.h"
#include "tensorflow/core/graph/graph_def_builder.h"
#include "tensorflow/core/lib/core/errors.h"
#include "tensorflow/core/lib/core/stringpiece.h"
#include "tensorflow/core/lib/core/threadpool.h"
#include "tensorflow/core/lib/io/path.h"
#include "tensorflow/core/lib/strings/str_util.h"
#include "tensorflow/core/lib/strings/stringprintf.h"
#include "tensorflow/core/platform/env.h"
#include "tensorflow/core/platform/init_main.h"
#include "tensorflow/core/platform/logging.h"
#include "tensorflow/core/platform/types.h"
#include "tensorflow/core/public/session.h"
#include "tensorflow/core/util/command_line_flags.h"
// These are all common classes it's handy to reference with no namespace.
using tensorflow::Flag;
using tensorflow::Tensor;
using tensorflow::Status;
using tensorflow::string;
using tensorflow::int32;
// Takes a file name, and loads a list of labels from it, one per line, and
// returns a vector of the strings. It pads with empty strings so the length
// of the result is a multiple of 16, because our model expects that.
Status ReadLabelsFile(const string& file_name, std::vector<string>* result,
size_t* found_label_count) {
std::ifstream file(file_name);
if (!file) {
return tensorflow::errors::NotFound("Labels file ", file_name,
" not found.");
}
result->clear();
string line;
while (std::getline(file, line)) {
result->push_back(line);
}
*found_label_count = result->size();
const int padding = 16;
while (result->size() % padding) {
result->emplace_back();
}
return Status::OK();
}
static Status ReadEntireFile(tensorflow::Env* env, const string& filename,
Tensor* output) {
tensorflow::uint64 file_size = 0;
TF_RETURN_IF_ERROR(env->GetFileSize(filename, &file_size));
string contents;
contents.resize(file_size);
std::unique_ptr<tensorflow::RandomAccessFile> file;
TF_RETURN_IF_ERROR(env->NewRandomAccessFile(filename, &file));
tensorflow::StringPiece data;
TF_RETURN_IF_ERROR(file->Read(0, file_size, &data, &(contents)[0]));
if (data.size() != file_size) {
return tensorflow::errors::DataLoss("Truncated read of '", filename,
"' expected ", file_size, " got ",
data.size());
}
output->scalar<string>()() = data.ToString();
return Status::OK();
}
// Given an image file name, read in the data, try to decode it as an image,
// resize it to the requested size, and then scale the values as desired.
Status ReadTensorFromImageFile(const string& file_name, const int input_height,
const int input_width, const float input_mean,
const float input_std,
std::vector<Tensor>* out_tensors) {
auto root = tensorflow::Scope::NewRootScope();
using namespace ::tensorflow::ops; // NOLINT(build/namespaces)
string input_name = "file_reader";
string output_name = "normalized";
// read file_name into a tensor named input
Tensor input(tensorflow::DT_STRING, tensorflow::TensorShape());
TF_RETURN_IF_ERROR(
ReadEntireFile(tensorflow::Env::Default(), file_name, &input));
// use a placeholder to read input data
auto file_reader =
Placeholder(root.WithOpName("input"), tensorflow::DataType::DT_STRING);
std::vector<std::pair<string, tensorflow::Tensor>> inputs = {
{"input", input},
};
// Now try to figure out what kind of file it is and decode it.
const int wanted_channels = 3;
tensorflow::Output image_reader;
if (tensorflow::str_util::EndsWith(file_name, ".png")) {
image_reader = DecodePng(root.WithOpName("png_reader"), file_reader,
DecodePng::Channels(wanted_channels));
} else if (tensorflow::str_util::EndsWith(file_name, ".gif")) {
// gif decoder returns 4-D tensor, remove the first dim
image_reader =
Squeeze(root.WithOpName("squeeze_first_dim"),
DecodeGif(root.WithOpName("gif_reader"), file_reader));
} else if (tensorflow::str_util::EndsWith(file_name, ".bmp")) {
image_reader = DecodeBmp(root.WithOpName("bmp_reader"), file_reader);
} else {
// Assume if it's neither a PNG nor a GIF then it must be a JPEG.
image_reader = DecodeJpeg(root.WithOpName("jpeg_reader"), file_reader,
DecodeJpeg::Channels(wanted_channels));
}
// Now cast the image data to float so we can do normal math on it.
auto float_caster =
Cast(root.WithOpName("float_caster"), image_reader, tensorflow::DT_FLOAT);
// The convention for image ops in TensorFlow is that all images are expected
// to be in batches, so that they're four-dimensional arrays with indices of
// [batch, height, width, channel]. Because we only have a single image, we
// have to add a batch dimension of 1 to the start with ExpandDims().
auto dims_expander = ExpandDims(root, float_caster, 0);
// Bilinearly resize the image to fit the required dimensions.
auto resized = ResizeBilinear(
root, dims_expander,
Const(root.WithOpName("size"), {input_height, input_width}));
// Subtract the mean and divide by the scale.
Div(root.WithOpName(output_name), Sub(root, resized, {input_mean}),
{input_std});
// This runs the GraphDef network definition that we've just constructed, and
// returns the results in the output tensor.
tensorflow::GraphDef graph;
TF_RETURN_IF_ERROR(root.ToGraphDef(&graph));
std::unique_ptr<tensorflow::Session> session(
tensorflow::NewSession(tensorflow::SessionOptions()));
TF_RETURN_IF_ERROR(session->Create(graph));
TF_RETURN_IF_ERROR(session->Run({inputs}, {output_name}, {}, out_tensors));
return Status::OK();
}
// Reads a model graph definition from disk, and creates a session object you
// can use to run it.
Status LoadGraph(const string& graph_file_name,
std::unique_ptr<tensorflow::Session>* session) {
tensorflow::GraphDef graph_def;
Status load_graph_status =
ReadBinaryProto(tensorflow::Env::Default(), graph_file_name, &graph_def);
if (!load_graph_status.ok()) {
return tensorflow::errors::NotFound("Failed to load compute graph at '",
graph_file_name, "'");
}
session->reset(tensorflow::NewSession(tensorflow::SessionOptions()));
Status session_create_status = (*session)->Create(graph_def);
if (!session_create_status.ok()) {
return session_create_status;
}
return Status::OK();
}
// Analyzes the output of the Inception graph to retrieve the highest scores and
// their positions in the tensor, which correspond to categories.
Status GetTopLabels(const std::vector<Tensor>& outputs, int how_many_labels,
Tensor* indices, Tensor* scores) {
auto root = tensorflow::Scope::NewRootScope();
using namespace ::tensorflow::ops; // NOLINT(build/namespaces)
string output_name = "top_k";
TopK(root.WithOpName(output_name), outputs[0], how_many_labels);
// This runs the GraphDef network definition that we've just constructed, and
// returns the results in the output tensors.
tensorflow::GraphDef graph;
TF_RETURN_IF_ERROR(root.ToGraphDef(&graph));
std::unique_ptr<tensorflow::Session> session(
tensorflow::NewSession(tensorflow::SessionOptions()));
TF_RETURN_IF_ERROR(session->Create(graph));
// The TopK node returns two outputs, the scores and their original indices,
// so we have to append :0 and :1 to specify them both.
std::vector<Tensor> out_tensors;
TF_RETURN_IF_ERROR(session->Run({}, {output_name + ":0", output_name + ":1"},
{}, &out_tensors));
*scores = out_tensors[0];
*indices = out_tensors[1];
return Status::OK();
}
// Given the output of a model run, and the name of a file containing the labels
// this prints out the top five highest-scoring values.
Status PrintTopLabels(const std::vector<Tensor>& outputs,
const string& labels_file_name) {
std::vector<string> labels;
size_t label_count;
Status read_labels_status =
ReadLabelsFile(labels_file_name, &labels, &label_count);
if (!read_labels_status.ok()) {
LOG(ERROR) << read_labels_status;
return read_labels_status;
}
const int how_many_labels = std::min(5, static_cast<int>(label_count));
Tensor indices;
Tensor scores;
TF_RETURN_IF_ERROR(GetTopLabels(outputs, how_many_labels, &indices, &scores));
tensorflow::TTypes<float>::Flat scores_flat = scores.flat<float>();
tensorflow::TTypes<int32>::Flat indices_flat = indices.flat<int32>();
for (int pos = 0; pos < how_many_labels; ++pos) {
const int label_index = indices_flat(pos);
const float score = scores_flat(pos);
LOG(INFO) << labels[label_index] << " (" << label_index << "): " << score;
}
return Status::OK();
}
// This is a testing function that returns whether the top label index is the
// one that's expected.
Status CheckTopLabel(const std::vector<Tensor>& outputs, int expected,
bool* is_expected) {
*is_expected = false;
Tensor indices;
Tensor scores;
const int how_many_labels = 1;
TF_RETURN_IF_ERROR(GetTopLabels(outputs, how_many_labels, &indices, &scores));
tensorflow::TTypes<int32>::Flat indices_flat = indices.flat<int32>();
if (indices_flat(0) != expected) {
LOG(ERROR) << "Expected label #" << expected << " but got #"
<< indices_flat(0);
*is_expected = false;
} else {
*is_expected = true;
}
return Status::OK();
}
int main(int argc, char* argv[]) {
// These are the command-line flags the program can understand.
// They define where the graph and input data is located, and what kind of
// input the model expects. If you train your own model, or use something
// other than inception_v3, then you'll need to update these.
string image = "tensorflow/examples/label_image/data/grace_hopper.jpg";
string graph =
"tensorflow/examples/label_image/data/inception_v3_2016_08_28_frozen.pb";
string labels =
"tensorflow/examples/label_image/data/imagenet_slim_labels.txt";
int32 input_width = 299;
int32 input_height = 299;
float input_mean = 0;
float input_std = 255;
string input_layer = "input";
string output_layer = "InceptionV3/Predictions/Reshape_1";
bool self_test = false;
string root_dir = "";
std::vector<Flag> flag_list = {
Flag("image", &image, "image to be processed"),
Flag("graph", &graph, "graph to be executed"),
Flag("labels", &labels, "name of file containing labels"),
Flag("input_width", &input_width, "resize image to this width in pixels"),
Flag("input_height", &input_height,
"resize image to this height in pixels"),
Flag("input_mean", &input_mean, "scale pixel values to this mean"),
Flag("input_std", &input_std, "scale pixel values to this std deviation"),
Flag("input_layer", &input_layer, "name of input layer"),
Flag("output_layer", &output_layer, "name of output layer"),
Flag("self_test", &self_test, "run a self test"),
Flag("root_dir", &root_dir,
"interpret image and graph file names relative to this directory"),
};
string usage = tensorflow::Flags::Usage(argv[0], flag_list);
const bool parse_result = tensorflow::Flags::Parse(&argc, argv, flag_list);
if (!parse_result) {
LOG(ERROR) << usage;
return -1;
}
// We need to call this to set up global state for TensorFlow.
tensorflow::port::InitMain(argv[0], &argc, &argv);
if (argc > 1) {
LOG(ERROR) << "Unknown argument " << argv[1] << "\n" << usage;
return -1;
}
// First we load and initialize the model.
std::unique_ptr<tensorflow::Session> session;
string graph_path = tensorflow::io::JoinPath(root_dir, graph);
Status load_graph_status = LoadGraph(graph_path, &session);
if (!load_graph_status.ok()) {
LOG(ERROR) << load_graph_status;
return -1;
}
// Get the image from disk as a float array of numbers, resized and normalized
// to the specifications the main graph expects.
std::vector<Tensor> resized_tensors;
string image_path = tensorflow::io::JoinPath(root_dir, image);
Status read_tensor_status =
ReadTensorFromImageFile(image_path, input_height, input_width, input_mean,
input_std, &resized_tensors);
if (!read_tensor_status.ok()) {
LOG(ERROR) << read_tensor_status;
return -1;
}
const Tensor& resized_tensor = resized_tensors[0];
// Actually run the image through the model.
std::vector<Tensor> outputs;
Status run_status = session->Run({{input_layer, resized_tensor}},
{output_layer}, {}, &outputs);
if (!run_status.ok()) {
LOG(ERROR) << "Running model failed: " << run_status;
return -1;
}
// This is for automated testing to make sure we get the expected result with
// the default settings. We know that label 653 (military uniform) should be
// the top label for the Admiral Hopper image.
if (self_test) {
bool expected_matches;
Status check_status = CheckTopLabel(outputs, 653, &expected_matches);
if (!check_status.ok()) {
LOG(ERROR) << "Running check failed: " << check_status;
return -1;
}
if (!expected_matches) {
LOG(ERROR) << "Self-test failed!";
return -1;
}
}
// Do something interesting with the results we've generated.
Status print_status = PrintTopLabels(outputs, labels);
if (!print_status.ok()) {
LOG(ERROR) << "Running print failed: " << print_status;
return -1;
}
return 0;
}