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model

icevision.models.ross.efficientdet.model.model(model_name, num_classes, img_size, pretrained=True)

Creates the efficientdet model specified by model_name.

The model implementation is by Ross Wightman, original repo here.

Arguments

  • model_name str: Specifies the model to create. For pretrained models, check this table.
  • num_classes int: Number of classes of your dataset (including background).
  • img_size int: Image size that will be fed to the model. Must be squared and divisible by 128.
  • pretrained bool: If True, use a pretrained backbone (on COCO).

Returns

A PyTorch model.


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train_dl

icevision.models.ross.efficientdet.dataloaders.train_dl(dataset, batch_tfms=None, **dataloader_kwargs)

A DataLoader with a custom collate_fn that batches items as required for training the model.

Arguments

  • dataset: Possibly a Dataset object, but more generally, any Sequence that returns records.
  • batch_tfms: Transforms to be applied at the batch level.
  • **dataloader_kwargs: Keyword arguments that will be internally passed to a Pytorch DataLoader. The parameter collate_fn is already defined internally and cannot be passed here.

Returns

A Pytorch DataLoader.


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valid_dl

icevision.models.ross.efficientdet.dataloaders.valid_dl(dataset, batch_tfms=None, **dataloader_kwargs)

A DataLoader with a custom collate_fn that batches items as required for validating the model.

Arguments

  • dataset: Possibly a Dataset object, but more generally, any Sequence that returns records.
  • batch_tfms: Transforms to be applied at the batch level.
  • **dataloader_kwargs: Keyword arguments that will be internally passed to a Pytorch DataLoader. The parameter collate_fn is already defined internally and cannot be passed here.

Returns

A Pytorch DataLoader.


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infer_dl

icevision.models.ross.efficientdet.dataloaders.infer_dl(dataset, batch_tfms=None, **dataloader_kwargs)

A DataLoader with a custom collate_fn that batches items as required for inferring the model.

Arguments

  • dataset: Possibly a Dataset object, but more generally, any Sequence that returns records.
  • batch_tfms: Transforms to be applied at the batch level.
  • **dataloader_kwargs: Keyword arguments that will be internally passed to a Pytorch DataLoader. The parameter collate_fn is already defined internally and cannot be passed here.

Returns

A Pytorch DataLoader.


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build_train_batch

icevision.models.ross.efficientdet.dataloaders.build_train_batch(records, batch_tfms=None)

Builds a batch in the format required by the model when training.

Arguments

  • records: A Sequence of records.
  • batch_tfms: Transforms to be applied at the batch level.

Returns

A tuple with two items. The first will be a tuple like (images, targets), in the input format required by the model. The second will be an updated list of the input records with batch_tfms applied.

Examples

Use the result of this function to feed the model.

batch, records = build_train_batch(records)
outs = model(*batch)


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build_valid_batch

icevision.models.ross.efficientdet.dataloaders.build_valid_batch(records, batch_tfms=None)

Builds a batch in the format required by the model when validating.

Arguments

  • records: A Sequence of records.
  • batch_tfms: Transforms to be applied at the batch level.

Returns

A tuple with two items. The first will be a tuple like (batch_images, targets), in the input format required by the model. The second will be an updated list of the input records with batch_tfms applied.

Examples

Use the result of this function to feed the model.

batch, records = build_valid_batch(records)
outs = model(*batch)


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build_infer_batch

icevision.models.ross.efficientdet.dataloaders.build_infer_batch(records, batch_tfms=None)

Builds a batch in the format required by the model when doing inference.

Arguments

  • records: A Sequence of records.
  • batch_tfms: Transforms to be applied at the batch level.

Returns

A tuple with two items. The first will be a tuple like (images, targets), in the input format required by the model. The second will be an updated list of the input records with batch_tfms applied. # Examples

Use the result of this function to feed the model.

batch, records = build_infer_batch(records)
outs = model(*batch)