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Add WeightNorm wrapper layer #21276

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seanpmorgan commented Jul 31, 2018

Adds a wrapper for Weight Normalization as requested in #14070 & #10125 .
Contains optional data dependent initialization for eager execution, and works on both keras.layers and tf.layers

I struggled to figure out where to place this Wrapper, as no other layers in contrib appear to subclass anything from tf.Keras, but going forward I believe this is the direction TF is headed. Please advise if it should go somewhere else (maybe a wrappers module in contrib?)

Collab Example:

Wrapped graph:

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haha. looks good.

Add WeightNorm wrapper layer (#14070 #10125)
Fix spelling..

Fix eager run without data_init

@seanpmorgan seanpmorgan force-pushed the seanpmorgan:14070-weight-norm branch from 63e495e to 5b75424 Aug 22, 2018


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dalexander commented Aug 22, 2018


Can this be reviewed/merged?


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tensorflowbutler commented Dec 6, 2018

Nagging Assignee @case540: It has been 105 days with no activity and this issue has an assignee. Please update the label and/or status accordingly.


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alexbeloi commented Dec 7, 2018


I'm already using this, it would be nice to see it in an official release. Thanks for all the work from contributors and reviewers.


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seanpmorgan commented Dec 7, 2018

This will be moved to a PR for tensorflow/addons.

Closing for now to stop the nagging, but I'll reference this issue within a couple of weeks.

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