Encoder-decoder backbones with pretrained encoder models.
This module enables encoder-decoder style architectures using a wide range of state-of-the-art architectures as the encoder, with a UNet-like upsampling stack that also takes advantage of skip connections from the encoder blocks. Additionally, the encoder models can use ImageNet-pretrained weights for initialization.
This module is made possible by the work by Pavel Yakubovskiy who graciously put together a library implementing common pretrained fully-convolutional architectures and their weights.
- For more info, see the source repositories:
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- class sleap.nn.architectures.pretrained_encoders.UnetPretrainedEncoder(encoder: str = 'efficientnetb0', decoder_filters: Tuple[int] = (256, 256, 128, 128), pretrained: bool = True)[source]#
UNet with an (optionally) pretrained encoder model.
This backbone enables the use of a variety of popular neural network architectures for feature extraction in the backbone. These can be used with ImageNet-pretrained weights for initialization. The decoder (upsampling stack) receives skip connections from intermediate activations in the encoder blocks.
All of the encoder models have a maximum stride of 32 and the input does not need to be preprocessed in any special way. Grayscale images will be tiled to have 3 channels automatically.
See qubvel/classification_models for more information on the individual backbones.
Name of the model to use as the encoder. Valid encoder names are: -
"resnet18", "resnet34", "resnet50", "resnet101", "resnet152"-
"densenet121", "densenet169", "densenet201"-
"seresnet18", "seresnet34", "seresnet50", "seresnet101", "seresnet152",
"seresnext50", "seresnext101", "senet154"
"efficientnetb0", "efficientnetb1", "efficientnetb2", "efficientnetb3",
"efficientnetb4", "efficientnetb5", "efficientnetb6", "efficientnetb7"
A tuple of integers denoting the number of filters to use in the upsampling blocks of the decoder, starting from the lowest resolution block. The length of this attribute also specifies the number of upsampling steps and therefore the output stride of the backbone. Specify 5 filter numbers to get an output stride of 1 (same size as the input). Defaults to
True(the default), load pretrained weights for the encoder. If
False, the same model architecture will be used for the encoder but the weights will be randomly initialized.
- property down_blocks: int#
Return the number of downsampling blocks in the encoder.
- classmethod from_config(config: sleap.nn.config.model.PretrainedEncoderConfig) sleap.nn.architectures.pretrained_encoders.UnetPretrainedEncoder [source]#
Create the backbone from a configuration.
config – A
PretrainedEncoderConfiginstance specifying the configuration of the backbone.
- make_backbone(x_in: tensorflow.python.framework.ops.Tensor) Tuple[tensorflow.python.framework.ops.Tensor, List[sleap.nn.architectures.common.IntermediateFeature]] [source]#
Create the backbone and return the output tensors for building a model.
x_in – A
tf.Tensorrepresenting the input to this backbone. This is typically an instance of
tf.keras.layers.Input()but can also be any rank-4 tensor. Can be grayscale or RGB.
A tuple of (
x_mainis the output tensor from the last upsampling block.
intermediate_activationsis a list of `IntermediateActivation`s containing tensors with the outputs from each block of the decoder for use in building multi-output models at different feature strides.
- property maximum_stride: int#
Return the maximum encoder stride relative to the input.
- property output_stride: int#
Return the stride of the output of the decoder.
- property up_blocks: int#
Return the number of upsampling blocks in the decoder.