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"""Classes for different types of export output."""
from __future__ import absolute_import
from __future__ import division
from __future__ import print_function
import abc
import six
from tensorflow.python.framework import dtypes
from tensorflow.python.framework import ops
from tensorflow.python.saved_model import signature_def_utils
from tensorflow.python.util.tf_export import tf_export
@tf_export('estimator.export.ExportOutput')
class ExportOutput(object):
"""Represents an output of a model that can be served.
These typically correspond to model heads.
"""
__metaclass__ = abc.ABCMeta
@abc.abstractmethod
def as_signature_def(self, receiver_tensors):
"""Generate a SignatureDef proto for inclusion in a MetaGraphDef.
The SignatureDef will specify outputs as described in this ExportOutput,
and will use the provided receiver_tensors as inputs.
Args:
receiver_tensors: a `Tensor`, or a dict of string to `Tensor`, specifying
input nodes that will be fed.
"""
pass
@tf_export('estimator.export.ClassificationOutput')
class ClassificationOutput(ExportOutput):
"""Represents the output of a classification head.
Either classes or scores or both must be set.
The classes `Tensor` must provide string labels, not integer class IDs.
If only classes is set, it is interpreted as providing top-k results in
descending order.
If only scores is set, it is interpreted as providing a score for every class
in order of class ID.
If both classes and scores are set, they are interpreted as zipped, so each
score corresponds to the class at the same index. Clients should not depend
on the order of the entries.
"""
def __init__(self, scores=None, classes=None):
"""Constructor for `ClassificationOutput`.
Args:
scores: A float `Tensor` giving scores (sometimes but not always
interpretable as probabilities) for each class. May be `None`, but
only if `classes` is set. Interpretation varies-- see class doc.
classes: A string `Tensor` giving predicted class labels. May be `None`,
but only if `scores` is set. Interpretation varies-- see class doc.
Raises:
ValueError: if neither classes nor scores is set, or one of them is not a
`Tensor` with the correct dtype.
"""
if (scores is not None
and not (isinstance(scores, ops.Tensor)
and scores.dtype.is_floating)):
raise ValueError('Classification scores must be a float32 Tensor; '
'got {}'.format(scores))
if (classes is not None
and not (isinstance(classes, ops.Tensor)
and dtypes.as_dtype(classes.dtype) == dtypes.string)):
raise ValueError('Classification classes must be a string Tensor; '
'got {}'.format(classes))
if scores is None and classes is None:
raise ValueError('At least one of scores and classes must be set.')
self._scores = scores
self._classes = classes
@property
def scores(self):
return self._scores
@property
def classes(self):
return self._classes
def as_signature_def(self, receiver_tensors):
if len(receiver_tensors) != 1:
raise ValueError('Classification input must be a single string Tensor; '
'got {}'.format(receiver_tensors))
(_, examples), = receiver_tensors.items()
if dtypes.as_dtype(examples.dtype) != dtypes.string:
raise ValueError('Classification input must be a single string Tensor; '
'got {}'.format(receiver_tensors))
return signature_def_utils.classification_signature_def(
examples, self.classes, self.scores)
@tf_export('estimator.export.RegressionOutput')
class RegressionOutput(ExportOutput):
"""Represents the output of a regression head."""
def __init__(self, value):
"""Constructor for `RegressionOutput`.
Args:
value: a float `Tensor` giving the predicted values. Required.
Raises:
ValueError: if the value is not a `Tensor` with dtype tf.float32.
"""
if not (isinstance(value, ops.Tensor) and value.dtype.is_floating):
raise ValueError('Regression output value must be a float32 Tensor; '
'got {}'.format(value))
self._value = value
@property
def value(self):
return self._value
def as_signature_def(self, receiver_tensors):
if len(receiver_tensors) != 1:
raise ValueError('Regression input must be a single string Tensor; '
'got {}'.format(receiver_tensors))
(_, examples), = receiver_tensors.items()
if dtypes.as_dtype(examples.dtype) != dtypes.string:
raise ValueError('Regression input must be a single string Tensor; '
'got {}'.format(receiver_tensors))
return signature_def_utils.regression_signature_def(examples, self.value)
_SINGLE_OUTPUT_DEFAULT_NAME = 'output'
@tf_export('estimator.export.PredictOutput')
class PredictOutput(ExportOutput):
"""Represents the output of a generic prediction head.
A generic prediction need not be either a classification or a regression.
Named outputs must be provided as a dict from string to `Tensor`,
"""
def __init__(self, outputs):
"""Constructor for PredictOutput.
Args:
outputs: A `Tensor` or a dict of string to `Tensor` representing the
predictions.
Raises:
ValueError: if the outputs is not dict, or any of its keys are not
strings, or any of its values are not `Tensor`s.
"""
if not isinstance(outputs, dict):
outputs = {_SINGLE_OUTPUT_DEFAULT_NAME: outputs}
for key, value in outputs.items():
if not isinstance(key, six.string_types):
raise ValueError(
'Prediction output key must be a string; got {}.'.format(key))
if not isinstance(value, ops.Tensor):
raise ValueError(
'Prediction output value must be a Tensor; got {}.'.format(value))
self._outputs = outputs
@property
def outputs(self):
return self._outputs
def as_signature_def(self, receiver_tensors):
return signature_def_utils.predict_signature_def(receiver_tensors,
self.outputs)