fireml machine learning framework

## Project description

# README

Caffe-like machine learning framework in python

## layers types

### ImageData

layer to read images. Possible sources: txt file with path labels on each line, cifar archive.

**image_data_param**:

source: string - path to cifar archive or txt file

batch_size: int - how many images to process in each iteration

shuffle: bool - images will be shuffled when sampling for a batch

new_height: int - new image height(can be same as original)

new_width: int - new image width(can be same as original)

new_labels: int - expected number of labels(txt file may contain multiple labels for each path)

example:

```
layer {
top: "data"
top: "label"
name: "data"
type: "ImageData"
image_data_param {
source: "../cifar/cifar-10-python.tar.gz"
source: "data.txt.3" # use cifar or txt file
batch_size: 65
shuffle: true
new_height: 32
new_width: 32
n_labels: 10
}
transform_param {
mean_value: 126 # r
mean_value: 123 # g
mean_value: 114 # b
mirror: true
scale: 0.02728125
standard_params {
var_average: 5000
mean_average: 5000
mean_per_channel: false
var_per_channel: false
}
}
include: { phase: TRAIN }
}
```

**transform_param**

Parameters for data preprocessing

**standard_params**

Parameters for preprocessor for data standardization. To achieve zero mean and unit variance the preprocessor will subtract iterative mean from each sample and divide the result by standard deviation.

```
standard_params {
var_average: 1
mean_average: 1
mean_per_channel: false
var_per_channel: true
}
```

var_average: int [default = 0] - use last var_average samples to compute variance and std

disabled if var_average == 0

mean_average: int [default = 0] - use last var_average samples to compute mean

disabled if mean_average == 0

mean_per_channel: bool [default = false] - subtract from each channel mean for that channel

var_per_channel: [default = false] - divide each channel by separate std value

### Convolution

Convolution of 2-3 d images(matrices)

**convolution_param**

num_output: int number of filters(output feature maps)

kernel_size: int size of receptive field of filters. Receptive field is kernel_size * kernel_size

stride: int - filter will be applied after stride pixels

weight_filler: see weight filler

example:

```
layer {
name: "conv1"
type: "Convolution"
bottom: "data"
top: "conv1"
convolution_param {
num_output: 40
kernel_size: 3
stride: 2
weight_filler {
type: "xavier"
variance_norm: AVERAGE
}
}
}
```

### Pooling

Subsampling layer for max or average pooling

**pooling_param**

pool: MAX or AVE

kernel_size: int subsampling window size

stride: int
perform pooling each *stride* pixels

example:

```
layer {
name: "pool1"
type: "Pooling"
bottom: "conv1"
top: "pool1"
pooling_param {
pool: MAX
kernel_size: 3
stride: 2
}
}
```

### Accuracy

Layer for computing accuracy
Accuracy of a classifier is defined as (true positive + true negative)/total

In multilabel classification example counts as correctly classified iff **all** outputs
are correct.

Example:

```
layer {
name: "accuracy"
type: "Accuracy"
bottom: "pool10"
bottom: "label"
top: "accuracy"
}
```

## weight_filler

Weigth filler parameters are common for all layers with weights

type: string

"xavier", "gaussian", "uniform"

mean: float

mean value for gaussian initialization

std: float

standard deviation for gaussian initialization

min: float

lower bound for uniform initialization

max: float

upper bound for uniform initialization

## Activation functions

### SeLU

Self-regularized linear unit:

example:

{
name: "relu_conv1"
type: "SeLU"
bottom: "conv1"
top: "conv1"
}

## Loss layers

### SigmoidCrossEntropyLoss

Layer that applies sigmoid elementwise, followed by cross-entropy log loss -mean(sum(y * log(p(y)) + (1 - y) * log(1 - p(y))))

where p(y) - sigmoid transformation of layer's input, that is vector of independent probabilities for each class.

```
example:
layer {
name: "loss"
type: "SigmoidCrossEntropyLoss"
bottom: "pool1"
bottom: "label"
top: "loss"
include {
phase: TRAIN
}
}
```

## Maxout layer

Apply max operator for each *size* channels

size: int [default = 0] - take max over each *size* channels

lambda: int [default = 0.0] - apply probabilistic max if lambda != 0

```
layer {
name: "maxout_1"
type: "Maxout"
maxout_param {
lambda: 1
size: 2
}
bottom: "conv1"
top: "conv1"
}
```

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