Source code for mindspore.dataset.engine.datasets

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"""
This dataset module supports various formats of datasets, including ImageNet, TFData,
MNIST, Cifar10/100, Manifest, MindRecord, and more. This module loads data with
high performance and parses data precisely. Some of the operations that are
provided to users to preprocess data include shuffle, batch, repeat, map, and zip.
"""
import atexit
import glob
import json
import math
import os
import signal
import stat
import time
import uuid
import multiprocessing
from multiprocessing.pool import RUN
import queue
from enum import Enum
from functools import partial
from importlib import import_module
import sys
import threading

import copy
import weakref
import platform
import psutil
import numpy as np
from scipy.io import loadmat
from PIL import Image

import mindspore._c_dataengine as cde
from mindspore._c_expression import typing

from mindspore import Tensor
from mindspore import log as logger
from mindspore.parallel._ps_context import _is_role_pserver, _is_role_sched
from mindspore.parallel._utils import _get_device_num

import mindspore.dataset.transforms.py_transforms as py_transforms

from . import samplers
from .iterators import DictIterator, TupleIterator, DummyIterator, check_iterator_cleanup, _set_iterator_cleanup, \
    ITERATORS_LIST, _unset_iterator_cleanup
from .queue import _SharedQueue
from .validators import check_batch, check_shuffle, check_map, check_filter, check_repeat, check_skip, check_zip, \
    check_rename, check_numpyslicesdataset, check_device_send, check_take, check_project, check_imagefolderdataset, \
    check_mnist_cifar_dataset, check_manifestdataset, check_tfrecorddataset, check_vocdataset, check_cocodataset, \
    check_celebadataset, check_minddataset, check_generatordataset, check_sync_wait, check_zip_dataset, \
    check_add_column, check_textfiledataset, check_concat, check_random_dataset, check_split, \
    check_bucket_batch_by_length, check_cluedataset, check_save, check_csvdataset, check_paddeddataset, \
    check_tuple_iterator, check_dict_iterator, check_schema, check_to_device_send, check_flickr_dataset, \
    check_sb_dataset, check_flowers102dataset, check_cityscapes_dataset, check_usps_dataset, check_div2k_dataset, \
    check_sbu_dataset
from ..core.config import get_callback_timeout, _init_device_info, get_enable_shared_mem, get_num_parallel_workers, \
    get_prefetch_size
from ..core.datatypes import mstype_to_detype, mstypelist_to_detypelist
from ..core.validator_helpers import replace_none
from ..core.py_util_helpers import ExceptionHandler
from ..transforms.py_transforms_util import FuncWrapper

try:
    context = import_module("mindspore.context")
except ModuleNotFoundError:
    context = None


class Shuffle(str, Enum):
    GLOBAL: str = "global"
    FILES: str = "files"
    INFILE: str = "infile"


ShuffleToShuffleMode = {Shuffle.FILES: cde.ShuffleMode.FILES,
                        Shuffle.GLOBAL: cde.ShuffleMode.GLOBAL,
                        Shuffle.INFILE: cde.ShuffleMode.INFILE}


def shuffle_to_shuffle_mode(shuffle):
    """class Shuffle Enum to int"""
    shuffle_mode = cde.ShuffleMode.GLOBAL  # Global shuffle
    if not isinstance(shuffle, Shuffle):
        if shuffle is None or shuffle:
            shuffle_mode = cde.ShuffleMode.GLOBAL  # Global shuffle
        else:
            shuffle_mode = cde.ShuffleMode.FALSE  # No shuffle
    else:
        shuffle_mode = ShuffleToShuffleMode[shuffle]
    return shuffle_mode


def shuffle_to_bool(shuffle):
    """class Shuffle Enum to bool"""
    shuffle_bool = True
    if not isinstance(shuffle, Shuffle):
        if shuffle is None:
            shuffle_bool = None
        elif shuffle:
            shuffle_bool = True
        else:
            shuffle_bool = False
    else:
        shuffle_bool = True
    return shuffle_bool


[docs]@check_zip def zip(datasets): """ Zip the datasets in the input tuple of datasets. Args: datasets (tuple of class Dataset): A tuple of datasets to be zipped together. The number of datasets must be more than 1. Returns: ZipDataset, dataset zipped. Raises: ValueError: If the number of datasets is 1. TypeError: If datasets is not a tuple. Examples: >>> # Create a dataset which is the combination of dataset_1 and dataset_2 >>> dataset = ds.zip((dataset_1, dataset_2)) """ if len(datasets) <= 1: raise ValueError( "Can't zip empty or just one dataset!") for dataset in datasets: if not isinstance(dataset, Dataset): raise TypeError("Invalid dataset, expected Dataset object, but got %s!" % type(dataset)) return ZipDataset(datasets)
def _get_operator_process(): """ Inner implemented method, mainly for passing sub-process id in C layer Returns: dict, mapping dict of operator id and corresponding process id. """ global _OP_PROCESS process_info = _OP_PROCESS op_process = dict() keys = process_info.keys() fetched_all = True for key in keys: op_process[key] = list(process_info[key][1]) item_full = (len(process_info[key][1]) == process_info[key][0]) fetched_all = fetched_all and item_full return op_process, fetched_all def _set_dataset_permissions(file_name, num_files): """ set saved dataset files' permissions to 600 the rule of dataset filenames should be the same as those in C++. """ num_digits = len(str(num_files - 1)) if num_files == 1: paths = [file_name] else: paths = ["{}{}".format(file_name, str(x).rjust(num_digits, '0')) for x in range(num_files)] for item in paths: if os.path.exists(item): os.chmod(item, stat.S_IRUSR | stat.S_IWUSR) index_file = item + ".db" if os.path.exists(index_file): os.chmod(index_file, stat.S_IRUSR | stat.S_IWUSR) class Dataset: """ Abstract class to represent a dataset in DataEngine's data pipeline. This class is the base class of SourceDataset and Dataset, and represents a node in the data flow graph. Args: num_parallel_workers (int, optional): Number of workers to process the dataset in parallel (default=None). """ def __init__(self, children=None, num_parallel_workers=None, cache=None): # Note: children and parent are internal variables, not recommended for external using. self.children = replace_none(children, []) if isinstance(self.children, tuple): self.children = list(self.children) if not isinstance(self.children, list): self.children = [self.children] self.parent = [] for child in self.children: child.parent.append(weakref.ref(self)) self.num_parallel_workers = num_parallel_workers self.cache = cache self._device_iter = 0 self._input_indexs = () self.saved_output_types = None self.saved_output_shapes = None self.dynamic_setting = [False, None] self.saved_min_shapes = None self.saved_max_shapes = None self._col_names = None self.dataset_size = None self._batch_size = None self._num_classes = None self._repeat_count = None self._class_indexing = None self._sync = False def create_ir_tree(self): """ Internal method to build an IR tree. Returns: DatasetNode, the root node of the IR tree. Dataset, the root dataset of the IR tree. """ parent = self.parent self.parent = [] dataset = copy.deepcopy(self) global _OP_NAME _OP_NAME = Dataset._get_operator_id(dataset) ir_tree = dataset.parse_tree() self.parent = parent _init_device_info() return ir_tree, dataset def close_pool(self): """ Close multiprocessing pool in dataset. If you are familiar with multiprocessing library, you can regard this as a destructor for a processingPool object. """ if hasattr(self, 'process_pool') and self.process_pool is not None: self.process_pool.close() for child in self.children: child.close_pool() def notify_watchdog(self): if hasattr(self, 'sample_fn') and self.sample_fn is not None: if self.sample_fn.multi_process: self.sample_fn._abort_watchdog() # pylint: disable=W0212 if hasattr(self, 'watch_dog') and self.watch_dog is not None and hasattr(self, 'eot') and self.eot is not None: self._abort_watchdog() for child in self.children: child.notify_watchdog() @staticmethod def _get_operator_id(dataset): """ Internal method to iterate the tree and obtain op_id of each operator. Returns: Dataset, the root dataset of the tree. """ op_name = dict() generator_process = dict() op_name[str(dataset)] = 0 op_id = 1 def process_name(datasets, operator_id): if not datasets: return 0 temp = [] for item in datasets: for d in item.children: temp.append(d) op_name[str(d)] = operator_id if isinstance(d, GeneratorDataset) and d.sample_fn and d.sample_fn.pids: generator_process[operator_id] = [d.num_parallel_workers, set(d.sample_fn.pids)] operator_id = operator_id + 1 return process_name(temp, operator_id) process_name([dataset], op_id) if generator_process: global _OP_PROCESS _OP_PROCESS.update(generator_process) return op_name def parse_tree(self): """ Internal method to parse the API tree into an IR tree. Returns: DatasetNode, the root node of the IR tree. """ if len(self.parent) > 1: raise ValueError("The data pipeline is not a tree (i.e., one node has 2 consumers)") ir_children = [d.parse_tree() for d in self.children] # Bootstrap can only be performed on a copy of the original dataset node. # Bootstrap on original dataset node will make all iterators share the same process pool self.iterator_bootstrap() ir_node = self.parse(ir_children) ir_node = self.post_parse(ir_node) return ir_node def __safe_deepcopy__(self, memodict, exclude=()): if id(self) in memodict: return memodict[id(self)] cls = self.__class__ new_op = cls.__new__(cls) memodict[id(self)] = new_op for arg, value in self.__dict__.items(): if arg in exclude: setattr(new_op, arg, value) else: try: setattr(new_op, arg, copy.deepcopy(value, memodict)) except TypeError: setattr(new_op, arg, value) return new_op def iterator_bootstrap(self): pass @staticmethod def _noop_mode(): if _is_role_sched() or _is_role_pserver(): return True return False def __add__(self, datasets): return self.concat(datasets) def to_json(self, filename=""): """ Serialize a pipeline into JSON string and dump into file if filename is provided. Args: filename (str): filename of JSON file to be saved as. Returns: str, JSON string of the pipeline. """ ir_tree, _ = self.create_ir_tree() return json.loads(ir_tree.to_json(filename)) @check_bucket_batch_by_length def bucket_batch_by_length(self, column_names, bucket_boundaries, bucket_batch_sizes, element_length_function=None, pad_info=None, pad_to_bucket_boundary=False, drop_remainder=False): """ Bucket elements according to their lengths. Each bucket will be padded and batched when they are full. A length function is called on each row in the dataset. The row is then bucketed based on its length and bucket boundaries. When a bucket reaches its corresponding size specified in bucket_batch_sizes, the entire bucket will be padded according to batch_info, and then form a batch. Each batch will be full, except one special case: the last batch for each bucket may not be full. Args: column_names (list[str]): Columns passed to element_length_function. bucket_boundaries (list[int]): A list consisting of the upper boundaries of the buckets. Must be strictly increasing. If there are n boundaries, n+1 buckets are created: One bucket for [0, bucket_boundaries[0]), one bucket for [bucket_boundaries[i], bucket_boundaries[i+1]) for each 0<i<n-1, and last bucket for [bucket_boundaries[n-1], inf). bucket_batch_sizes (list[int]): A list consisting of the batch sizes for each bucket. Must contain len(bucket_boundaries)+1 elements. element_length_function (Callable, optional): A function that takes in M arguments where M = len(column_names) and returns an integer. If no value provided, parameter M the len(column_names) must be 1, and the size of the first dimension of that column will be taken as the length (default=None). pad_info (dict, optional): The information about how to batch each column. The key corresponds to the column name, and the value must be a tuple of 2 elements. The first element corresponds to the shape to pad to, and the second element corresponds to the value to pad with. If a column is not specified, then that column will be padded to the longest in the current batch, and 0 will be used as the padding value. Any None dimensions will be padded to the longest in the current batch, unless if pad_to_bucket_boundary is True. If no padding is wanted, set pad_info to None (default=None). pad_to_bucket_boundary (bool, optional): If True, will pad each None dimension in pad_info to the bucket_boundary minus 1. If there are any elements that fall into the last bucket, an error will occur (default=False). drop_remainder (bool, optional): If True, will drop the last batch for each bucket if it is not a full batch (default=False). Returns: BucketBatchByLengthDataset, dataset bucketed and batched by length. Examples: >>> # Create a dataset where certain counts rows are combined into a batch >>> # and drops the last incomplete batch if there is one. >>> import numpy as np >>> def generate_2_columns(n): ... for i in range(n): ... yield (np.array([i]), np.array([j for j in range(i + 1)])) >>> >>> column_names = ["col1", "col2"] >>> dataset = ds.GeneratorDataset(generate_2_columns(8), column_names) >>> bucket_boundaries = [5, 10] >>> bucket_batch_sizes = [2, 1, 1] >>> element_length_function = (lambda col1, col2: max(len(col1), len(col2))) >>> # Will pad col2 to shape [bucket_boundaries[i]] where i is the >>> # index of the bucket that is currently being batched. >>> pad_info = {"col2": ([None], -1)} >>> pad_to_bucket_boundary = True >>> dataset = dataset.bucket_batch_by_length(column_names, bucket_boundaries, ... bucket_batch_sizes, ... element_length_function, pad_info, ... pad_to_bucket_boundary) """ return BucketBatchByLengthDataset(self, column_names, bucket_boundaries, bucket_batch_sizes, element_length_function, pad_info, pad_to_bucket_boundary, drop_remainder) @check_batch def batch(self, batch_size, drop_remainder=False, num_parallel_workers=None, per_batch_map=None, input_columns=None, output_columns=None, column_order=None, pad_info=None, python_multiprocessing=False, max_rowsize=16): """ Combine batch_size number of consecutive rows into batches. For any child node, a batch is treated as a single row. For any column, all the elements within that column must have the same shape. If a per_batch_map callable is provided, it will be applied to the batches of tensors. Note: The order of using repeat and batch reflects the number of batches and per_batch_map. It is recommended that the repeat operation applied after the batch operation finished. Args: batch_size (int or function): The number of rows each batch is created with. An int or callable object which takes exactly 1 parameter, BatchInfo. drop_remainder (bool, optional): Determines whether or not to drop the last block whose data row number is less than batch size (default=False). If True, and if there are less than batch_size rows available to make the last batch, then those rows will be dropped and not propagated to the child node. num_parallel_workers (int, optional): Number of workers(threads) to process the dataset in parallel (default=None). per_batch_map (callable, optional): Per batch map callable. A callable which takes (list[Tensor], list[Tensor], ..., BatchInfo) as input parameters. Each list[Tensor] represents a batch of Tensors on a given column. The number of lists should match with number of entries in input_columns. The last parameter of the callable should always be a BatchInfo object. Per_batch_map should return (list[Tensor], list[Tensor], ...). The length of each list in output should be same as the input. output_columns is required if the number of output lists is different from input. input_columns (Union[str, list[str]], optional): List of names of the input columns. The size of the list should match with signature of per_batch_map callable (default=None). output_columns (Union[str, list[str]], optional): List of names assigned to the columns outputted by the last operation. This parameter is mandatory if len(input_columns) != len(output_columns). The size of this list must match the number of output columns of the last operation. (default=None, output columns will have the same name as the input columns, i.e., the columns will be replaced). column_order (Union[str, list[str]], optional): Specifies the list of all the columns you need in the whole dataset. The parameter is required when len(input_column) != len(output_column). Caution: the list here is not just the columns specified in parameter input_columns and output_columns. pad_info (dict, optional): Whether to perform padding on selected columns. pad_info={"col1":([224,224],0)} would pad column with name "col1" to a tensor of size [224,224] and fill the missing with 0 (default=None). python_multiprocessing (bool, optional): Parallelize Python function per_batch_map with multi-processing. This option could be beneficial if the function is computational heavy (default=False). max_rowsize(int, optional): Maximum size of row in MB that is used for shared memory allocation to copy data between processes. This is only used if python_multiprocessing is set to True (default 16 MB). Returns: BatchDataset, dataset batched. Examples: >>> # Create a dataset where every 100 rows are combined into a batch >>> # and drops the last incomplete batch if there is one. >>> dataset = dataset.batch(100, True) >>> # resize image according to its batch number, if it's 5-th batch, resize to (5^2, 5^2) = (25, 25) >>> def np_resize(col, batchInfo): ... output = col.copy() ... s = (batchInfo.get_batch_num() + 1) ** 2 ... index = 0 ... for c in col: ... img = Image.fromarray(c.astype('uint8')).convert('RGB') ... img = img.resize((s, s), Image.ANTIALIAS) ... output[index] = np.array(img) ... index += 1 ... return (output,) >>> dataset = dataset.batch(batch_size=8, input_columns=["image"], per_batch_map=np_resize) """ return BatchDataset(self, batch_size, drop_remainder, num_parallel_workers, per_batch_map, input_columns, output_columns, column_order, pad_info, python_multiprocessing, max_rowsize) @check_sync_wait def sync_wait(self, condition_name, num_batch=1, callback=None): """ Add a blocking condition to the input Dataset. A synchronize action will be applied. Args: condition_name (str): The condition name that is used to toggle sending next row. num_batch (int): the number of batches without blocking at the start of each epoch. callback (function): The callback function that will be invoked when sync_update is called. Returns: SyncWaitDataset, dataset added a blocking condition. Raises: RuntimeError: If condition name already exists. Examples: >>> import numpy as np >>> def gen(): ... for i in range(100): ... yield (np.array(i),) >>> >>> class Augment: ... def __init__(self, loss): ... self.loss = loss ... ... def preprocess(self, input_): ... return input_ ... ... def update(self, data): ... self.loss = data["loss"] >>> >>> batch_size = 4 >>> dataset = ds.GeneratorDataset(gen, column_names=["input"]) >>> >>> aug = Augment(0) >>> dataset = dataset.sync_wait(condition_name="policy", callback=aug.update) >>> dataset = dataset.map(operations=[aug.preprocess], input_columns=["input"]) >>> dataset = dataset.batch(batch_size) >>> count = 0 >>> for data in dataset.create_dict_iterator(num_epochs=1, output_numpy=True): ... assert data["input"][0] == count ... count += batch_size ... data = {"loss": count} ... dataset.sync_update(condition_name="policy", data=data) """ return SyncWaitDataset(self, condition_name, num_batch, callback) @check_shuffle def shuffle(self, buffer_size): """ Randomly shuffles the rows of this dataset using the following policy: 1. Make a shuffle buffer that contains the first buffer_size rows. 2. Randomly select an element from the shuffle buffer to be the next row propagated to the child node. 3. Get the next row (if any) from the parent node and put it in the shuffle buffer. 4. Repeat steps 2 and 3 until there are no more rows left in the shuffle buffer. A random seed can be provided to be used on the first epoch. In every subsequent epoch, the seed is changed to a new one, randomly generated value. Args: buffer_size (int): The size of the buffer (must be larger than 1) for shuffling. Setting buffer_size equal to the number of rows in the entire dataset will result in a global shuffle. Returns: ShuffleDataset, dataset shuffled. Raises: RuntimeError: If exist sync operators before shuffle. Examples: >>> # dataset is an instance object of Dataset >>> # Optionally set the seed for the first epoch >>> ds.config.set_seed(58) >>> # Create a shuffled dataset using a shuffle buffer of size 4 >>> dataset = dataset.shuffle(4) """ return ShuffleDataset(self, buffer_size) def flat_map(self, func): """ Map `func` to each row in dataset and flatten the result. The specified `func` is a function that must take one 'Ndarray' as input and return a 'Dataset'. Args: func (function): A function that must take one 'Ndarray' as an argument and return a 'Dataset'. Returns: Dataset, dataset applied by the function. Examples: >>> # use NumpySlicesDataset as an example >>> dataset = ds.NumpySlicesDataset([[0, 1], [2, 3]]) >>> >>> def flat_map_func(array): ... # create a NumpySlicesDataset with the array ... dataset = ds.NumpySlicesDataset(array) ... # repeat the dataset twice ... dataset = dataset.repeat(2) ... return dataset >>> >>> dataset = dataset.flat_map(flat_map_func) >>> # [[0, 1], [0, 1], [2, 3], [2, 3]] Raises: TypeError: If `func` is not a function. TypeError: If `func` doesn't return a Dataset. """ dataset = None if not hasattr(func, '__call__'): logger.error("func must be a function.") raise TypeError("func must be a function.") for row_data in self.create_tuple_iterator(output_numpy=True): if dataset is None: dataset = func(row_data) else: dataset += func(row_data) if not isinstance(dataset, Dataset): logger.error("flat_map must return a Dataset object.") raise TypeError("flat_map must return a Dataset object.") return dataset @check_map def map(self, operations, input_columns=None, output_columns=None, column_order=None, num_parallel_workers=None, python_multiprocessing=False, cache=None, callbacks=None, max_rowsize=16): """ Apply each operation in operations to this dataset. The order of operations is determined by the position of each operation in the operations parameter. operations[0] will be applied first, then operations[1], then operations[2], etc. Each operation will be passed one or more columns from the dataset as input, and zero or more columns will be outputted. The first operation will be passed the columns specified in input_columns as input. If there is more than one operator in operations, the outputted columns of the previous operation are used as the input columns for the next operation. The columns outputted by the very last operation will be assigned names specified by output_columns. Only the columns specified in column_order will be propagated to the child node. These columns will be in the same order as specified in column_order. Args: operations (Union[list[TensorOp], list[functions]]): List of operations to be applied on the dataset. Operations are applied in the order they appear in this list. input_columns (Union[str, list[str]], optional): List of the names of the columns that will be passed to the first operation as input. The size of this list must match the number of input columns expected by the first operator. (default=None, the first operation will be passed however many columns that are required, starting from the first column). output_columns (Union[str, list[str]], optional): List of names assigned to the columns outputted by the last operation. This parameter is mandatory if len(input_columns) != len(output_columns). The size of this list must match the number of output columns of the last operation. (default=None, output columns will have the same name as the input columns, i.e., the columns will be replaced). column_order (list[str], optional): Specifies the list of all the columns you need in the whole dataset. The parameter is required when len(input_column) != len(output_column). Caution: the list here is not just the columns specified in parameter input_columns and output_columns. num_parallel_workers (int, optional): Number of threads used to process the dataset in parallel (default=None, the value from the configuration will be used). python_multiprocessing (bool, optional): Parallelize Python operations with multiple worker processes. This option could be beneficial if the Python operation is computational heavy (default=False). cache (DatasetCache, optional): Use tensor caching service to speed up dataset processing. (default=None, which means no cache is used). callbacks (DSCallback, list[DSCallback], optional): List of Dataset callbacks to be called (Default=None). max_rowsize(int, optional): Maximum size of row in MB that is used for shared memory allocation to copy data between processes. This is only used if python_multiprocessing is set to True (default 16 MB). Returns: MapDataset, dataset after mapping operation. Examples: >>> # dataset is an instance of Dataset which has 2 columns, "image" and "label". >>> >>> # Define two operations, where each operation accepts 1 input column and outputs 1 column. >>> decode_op = c_vision.Decode(rgb=True) >>> random_jitter_op = c_vision.RandomColorAdjust(brightness=(0.8, 0.8), contrast=(1, 1), ... saturation=(1, 1), hue=(0, 0)) >>> >>> # 1) Simple map example. >>> >>> # Apply decode_op on column "image". This column will be replaced by the outputted >>> # column of decode_op. Since column_order is not provided, both columns "image" >>> # and "label" will be propagated to the child node in their original order. >>> dataset = dataset.map(operations=[decode_op], input_columns=["image"]) >>> >>> # Decode and rename column "image" to "decoded_image". >>> dataset = dataset.map(operations=[decode_op], input_columns=["image"], output_columns=["decoded_image"]) >>> >>> # Specify the order of the output columns. >>> dataset = dataset.map(operations=[decode_op], input_columns=["image"], ... output_columns=None, column_order=["label", "image"]) >>> >>> # Rename column "image" to "decoded_image" and also specify the order of the output columns. >>> dataset = dataset.map(operations=[decode_op], input_columns=["image"], ... output_columns=["decoded_image"], column_order=["label", "decoded_image"]) >>> >>> # Rename column "image" to "decoded_image" and keep only this column. >>> dataset = dataset.map(operations=[decode_op], input_columns=["image"], ... output_columns=["decoded_image"], column_order=["decoded_image"]) >>> >>> # A simple example for mapping pyfunc. Renaming columns and specifying column order >>> # work in the same way as the previous examples. >>> dataset = ds.NumpySlicesDataset(data=[[0, 1, 2]], column_names=["data"]) >>> dataset = dataset.map(operations=[(lambda x: x + 1)], input_columns=["data"]) >>> >>> # 2) Map example with more than one operation. >>> >>> # Create a dataset where the images are decoded, then randomly color jittered. >>> # decode_op takes column "image" as input and outputs one column. The column >>> # outputted by decode_op is passed as input to random_jitter_op. >>> # random_jitter_op will output one column. Column "image" will be replaced by >>> # the column outputted by random_jitter_op (the very last operation). All other >>> # columns are unchanged. Since column_order is not specified, the order of the >>> # columns will remain the same. >>> dataset = dataset.map(operations=[decode_op, random_jitter_op], input_columns=["image"]) >>> >>> # Rename the column outputted by random_jitter_op to "image_mapped". >>> # Specifying column order works in the same way as examples in 1). >>> dataset = dataset.map(operations=[decode_op, random_jitter_op], input_columns=["image"], ... output_columns=["image_mapped"]) >>> >>> # Map with multiple operations using pyfunc. Renaming columns and specifying column order >>> # work in the same way as examples in 1). >>> dataset = ds.NumpySlicesDataset(data=[[0, 1, 2]], column_names=["data"]) >>> dataset = dataset.map(operations=[(lambda x: x * x), (lambda x: x - 1)], input_columns=["data"], ... output_columns=["data_mapped"]) >>> >>> # 3) Example where number of input columns is not equal to number of output columns. >>> >>> # operations[0] is a lambda that takes 2 columns as input and outputs 3 columns. >>> # operations[1] is a lambda that takes 3 columns as input and outputs 1 column. >>> # operations[2] is a lambda that takes 1 column as input and outputs 4 columns. >>> # >>> # Note: The number of output columns of operation[i] must equal the number of >>> # input columns of operation[i+1]. Otherwise, this map call will also result >>> # in an error. >>> operations = [(lambda x, y: (x, x + y, x + y + 1)), ... (lambda x, y, z: x * y * z), ... (lambda x: (x % 2, x % 3, x % 5, x % 7))] >>> >>> # Note: Since the number of input columns is not the same as the number of >>> # output columns, the output_columns and column_order parameters must be >>> # specified. Otherwise, this map call will also result in an error. >>> >>> dataset = ds.NumpySlicesDataset(data=([[0, 1, 2]], [[3, 4, 5]]), column_names=["x", "y"]) >>> >>> # Propagate all columns to the child node in this order: >>> dataset = dataset.map(operations, input_columns=["x", "y"], ... output_columns=["mod2", "mod3", "mod5", "mod7"], ... column_order=["mod2", "mod3", "mod5", "mod7"]) >>> >>> # Propagate some columns to the child node in this order: >>> dataset = dataset.map(operations, input_columns=["x", "y"], ... output_columns=["mod2", "mod3", "mod5", "mod7"], ... column_order=["mod7", "mod3", "col2"]) """ return MapDataset(self, operations, input_columns, output_columns, column_order, num_parallel_workers, python_multiprocessing, cache, callbacks, max_rowsize) @check_filter def filter(self, predicate, input_columns=None, num_parallel_workers=None): """ Filter dataset by prediction. Note: If input_columns not provided or provided with empty, all columns will be used. Args: predicate (callable): Python callable which returns a boolean value. If False then filter the element. input_columns (Union[str, list[str]], optional): List of names of the input columns, when default=None, the predicate will be applied on all columns in the dataset. num_parallel_workers (int, optional): Number of workers to process the dataset in parallel (default=None). Returns: FilterDataset, dataset filtered. Examples: >>> # generator data(0 ~ 63) >>> # filter the data that greater than or equal to 11 >>> dataset = dataset.filter(predicate=lambda data: data < 11, input_columns = ["data"]) """ return FilterDataset(self, predicate, input_columns, num_parallel_workers) @check_repeat def repeat(self, count=None): """ Repeat this dataset `count` times. Repeat infinitely if the count is None or -1. Note: The order of using repeat and batch reflects the number of batches. It is recommended that the repeat operation is used after the batch operation. Args: count (int): Number of times the dataset is going to be repeated (default=None). Returns: RepeatDataset, dataset repeated. Examples: >>> # dataset is an instance object of Dataset >>> >>> # Create a dataset where the dataset is repeated for 50 epochs >>> dataset = dataset.repeat(50) >>> >>> # Create a dataset where each epoch is shuffled individually >>> dataset = dataset.shuffle(10) >>> dataset = dataset.repeat(50) >>> >>> # Create a dataset where the dataset is first repeated for >>> # 50 epochs before shuffling. The shuffle operator will treat >>> # the entire 50 epochs as one big dataset. >>> dataset = dataset.repeat(50) >>> dataset = dataset.shuffle(10) """ return RepeatDataset(self, count) @check_skip def skip(self, count): """ Skip the first N elements of this dataset. Args: count (int): Number of elements in the dataset to be skipped. Returns: SkipDataset, dataset that containing rows like origin rows subtract skipped rows. Examples: >>> # dataset is an instance object of Dataset >>> # Create a dataset which skips first 3 elements from data >>> dataset = dataset.skip(3) """ return SkipDataset(self, count) @check_take def take(self, count=-1): """ Takes at most given numbers of elements from the dataset. Note: 1. If count is greater than the number of elements in the dataset or equal to -1, all the elements in dataset will be taken. 2. The order of using take and batch matters. If take is before batch operation, then take given number of rows; otherwise take given number of batches. Args: count (int, optional): Number of elements to be taken from the dataset (default=-1). Returns: TakeDataset, dataset taken. Examples: >>> # dataset is an instance object of Dataset >>> # Create a dataset where the dataset includes 50 elements. >>> dataset = dataset.take(50) """ return TakeDataset(self, count) def _get_absolute_split_sizes(self, sizes): """ Internal method called by split to calculate absolute split sizes and to do some error checking after calculating absolute split sizes. Returns: int, absolute split sizes of the dataset. """ # Call get_dataset_size here and check input here because # don't want to call this once in check_split and another time in # here again dataset_size = self.get_dataset_size() if dataset_size is None or dataset_size <= 0: raise RuntimeError("dataset_size is unknown, unable to split.") if not isinstance(sizes, list): raise RuntimeError("sizes must be a list.") all_int = all(isinstance(item, int) for item in sizes) if all_int: sizes_sum = sum(sizes) if sizes_sum != dataset_size: raise RuntimeError("Sum of split sizes {} is not equal to dataset size {}." .format(sizes_sum, dataset_size)) return sizes absolute_sizes = [] for item in sizes: absolute_size = int(round(item * dataset_size)) if absolute_size == 0: raise RuntimeError("Split percentage {} is too small.".format(item)) absolute_sizes.append(absolute_size) absolute_sizes_sum = sum(absolute_sizes) # if we still need more rows, give them to the first split. # if we have too many rows, remove the extras from the first split that has # enough rows. size_difference = int(dataset_size - absolute_sizes_sum) if size_difference > 0: absolute_sizes[0] += size_difference else: for i, _ in enumerate(absolute_sizes): if absolute_sizes[i] + size_difference > 0: absolute_sizes[i] += size_difference break if sum(absolute_sizes) != dataset_size: raise RuntimeError("Sum of calculated split sizes {} is not equal to dataset size {}." .format(absolute_sizes_sum, dataset_size)) return absolute_sizes @check_split def split(self, sizes, randomize=True): """ Split the dataset into smaller, non-overlapping datasets. This is a general purpose split function which can be called from any operator in the pipeline. There is another, optimized split function, which will be called automatically if ds.split is called where ds is a MappableDataset. Args: sizes (Union[list[int], list[float]]): If a list of integers [s1, s2, …, sn] is provided, the dataset will be split into n datasets of size s1, size s2, …, size sn respectively. If the sum of all input sizes does not equal the original dataset size, an error will throw. If a list of floats [f1, f2, …, fn] is provided, all floats must be between 0 and 1 and must sum to 1, otherwise an error will throw. The dataset will be split into n Datasets of size round(f1*K), round(f2*K), …, round(fn*K) where K is the size of the original dataset. If after rounding: - Any size equals 0, an error will occur. - The sum of split sizes < K, the difference of K - sigma(round(fi * k)) will be added to the first split. - The sum of split sizes > K, the difference of sigma(round(fi * K)) - K will be removed from the first large enough split such that it will have at least 1 row after removing the difference. randomize (bool, optional): Determines whether or not to split the data randomly (default=True). If True, the data will be randomly split. Otherwise, each split will be created with consecutive rows from the dataset. Note: 1. Dataset cannot be sharded if split is going to be called. 2. It is strongly recommended to not shuffle the dataset, but use randomize=True instead. Shuffling the dataset may not be deterministic, which means the data in each split will be different in each epoch. Raises: RuntimeError: If get_dataset_size returns None or is not supported for this dataset. RuntimeError: If `sizes` is list of integers and sum of all elements in sizes does not equal the dataset size. RuntimeError: If `sizes` is list of float and there is a split with size 0 after calculations. RuntimeError: If the dataset is sharded prior to calling split. ValueError: If `sizes` is list of float and not all floats are between 0 and 1, or if the floats don't sum to 1. Returns: tuple(Dataset), a tuple of datasets that have been split. Examples: >>> # TextFileDataset is not a mappable dataset, so this non-optimized split will be called. >>> # Since many datasets have shuffle on by default, set shuffle to False if split will be called! >>> dataset = ds.TextFileDataset(text_file_dataset_dir, shuffle=False) >>> train_dataset, test_dataset = dataset.split([0.9, 0.1]) """ if self.is_shuffled(): logger.warning("Dataset is shuffled before split.") if self.is_sharded(): raise RuntimeError("Dataset should not be sharded before split.") absolute_sizes = self._get_absolute_split_sizes(sizes) splits = [] rows_to_skip = 0 for size in absolute_sizes: ds = copy.deepcopy(self) if randomize: # want to shuffle the same way every epoch before split # in alter_tree, shuffle buffer is minimum 10000, so use 10000 here ds = ds.shuffle(10000) ds.reshuffle_each_epoch = False if rows_to_skip > 0: ds = ds.skip(rows_to_skip) ds = ds.take(size) splits.append(ds) rows_to_skip += size return tuple(splits) @check_zip_dataset def zip(self, datasets): """ Zip the datasets in the sense of input tuple of datasets. Columns in the input datasets must have different name. Args: datasets (Union[tuple, class Dataset]): A tuple of datasets or a single class Dataset to be zipped together with this dataset. Returns: ZipDataset, dataset zipped. Examples: >>> # Create a dataset which is the combination of dataset and dataset_1 >>> dataset = dataset.zip(dataset_1) """ if isinstance(datasets, tuple): datasets = (self, *datasets) elif isinstance(datasets, Dataset): datasets = (self, datasets) else: raise TypeError("Invalid datasets, expected Dataset object or tuple of Dataset, but got %s!" % datasets) return ZipDataset(datasets) @check_concat def concat(self, datasets): """ Concatenate the dataset objects in the input list. Performing "+" operation on dataset objects can achieve the same effect. Note: The column name, and rank and type of the column data must be the same in the input datasets. Args: datasets (Union[list, class Dataset]): A list of datasets or a single class Dataset to be concatenated together with this dataset. Returns: ConcatDataset, dataset concatenated. Examples: >>> # Create a dataset by concatenating dataset_1 and dataset_2 with "+" operator >>> dataset = dataset_1 + dataset_2 >>> # Create a dataset by concatenating dataset_1 and dataset_2 with concat operation >>> dataset = dataset_1.concat(dataset_2) """ if isinstance(datasets, Dataset): datasets = [self] + [datasets] elif isinstance(datasets, list): datasets = [self] + datasets else: raise TypeError("Invalid datasets, expected Dataset object or list of Dataset, but got %s!" % datasets) return ConcatDataset(datasets) @check_rename def rename(self, input_columns, output_columns): """ Rename the columns in input datasets. Args: input_columns (Union[str, list[str]]): List of names of the input columns. output_columns (Union[str, list[str]]): List of names of the output columns. Returns: RenameDataset, dataset renamed. Examples: >>> # dataset is an instance object of Dataset >>> input_columns = ["input_col1", "input_col2", "input_col3"] >>> output_columns = ["output_col1", "output_col2", "output_col3"] >>> >>> # Create a dataset where input_col1 is renamed to output_col1, and >>> # input_col2 is renamed to output_col2, and input_col3 is renamed >>> # to output_col3. >>> dataset = dataset.rename(input_columns=input_columns, output_columns=output_columns) """ return RenameDataset(self, input_columns, output_columns) @check_project def project(self, columns): """ Project certain columns in input dataset. The specified columns will be selected from the dataset and passed into the pipeline with the order specified. The other columns are discarded. Args: columns(Union[str, list[str]]): List of names of the columns to project. Returns: ProjectDataset, dataset projected. Examples: >>> # dataset is an instance object of Dataset >>> columns_to_project = ["column3", "column1", "column2"] >>> >>> # Create a dataset that consists of column3, column1, column2 >>> # in that order, regardless of the original order of columns. >>> dataset = dataset.project(columns=columns_to_project) """ return ProjectDataset(self, columns) def build_vocab(self, columns, freq_range, top_k, special_tokens, special_first): """ Function to create a Vocab from source dataset Build a vocab from a dataset. This would collect all the unique words in a dataset and return a vocab which contains top_k most frequent words (if top_k is specified) Args: columns(Union[str, list[str]]): Column names to get words from. freq_range(tuple[int]): A tuple of integers (min_frequency, max_frequency). Words within the frequency range will be stored. Naturally 0 <= min_frequency <= max_frequency <= total_words. min_frequency/max_frequency can be set to default, which corresponds to 0/total_words separately. top_k(int): Number of words to be built into vocab. top_k most frequent words are taken. The top_k is taken after freq_range. If not enough top_k, all words will be taken special_tokens(list[str]): A list of strings, each one is a special token. special_first(bool): Whether special_tokens will be prepended/appended to vocab, If special_tokens is specified and special_first is set to default, special_tokens will be prepended. Returns: Vocab, vocab built from the dataset. Examples: >>> import numpy as np >>> >>> def gen_corpus(): ... # key: word, value: number of occurrences, reason for using letters is so their order is apparent ... corpus = {"Z": 4, "Y": 4, "X": 4, "W": 3, "U": 3, "V": 2, "T": 1} ... for k, v in corpus.items(): ... yield (np.array([k] * v, dtype='S'),) >>> column_names = ["column1"] >>> dataset = ds.GeneratorDataset(gen_corpus, column_names) >>> dataset = dataset.build_vocab(columns=["column1"], ... freq_range=(1, 10), top_k=5, ... special_tokens=["<pad>", "<unk>"], ... special_first=True) """ vocab = cde.Vocab() columns = replace_none(columns, []) if not isinstance(columns, list): columns = [columns] freq_range = replace_none(freq_range, (0, 9223372036854775807)) if freq_range[0] is None: freq_range = (0, freq_range[1]) if freq_range[1] is None: freq_range = (freq_range[0], 9223372036854775807) special_tokens = replace_none(special_tokens, []) top_k = replace_none(top_k, 9223372036854775807) ir_tree, api_tree = self.create_ir_tree() # vocab node vocab_node = cde.BuildVocabNode(ir_tree, vocab, columns, freq_range, top_k, special_tokens, special_first) runtime_context = cde.PythonRuntimeContext() runtime_context.Init() # build vocab consumer = cde.PythonBuildVocabConsumer() consumer.Init(vocab_node) runtime_context.AssignConsumer(consumer) consumer.Start() del api_tree return vocab def build_sentencepiece_vocab(self, columns, vocab_size, character_coverage, model_type, params): """ Function to create a SentencePieceVocab from source dataset Build a SentencePieceVocab from a dataset. Args: columns(list[str]): Column names to get words from. vocab_size(int): Vocabulary size. character_coverage(int): Percentage of characters covered by the model, must be between 0.98 and 1.0 Good defaults are: 0.9995 for languages with rich character sets like Japanese or Chinese character sets, and 1.0 for other languages with small character sets like English or Latin. model_type(SentencePieceModel): Model type. Choose from unigram (default), bpe, char, or word. The input sentence must be pretokenized when using word type. params(dict): Any extra optional parameters of sentencepiece library according to your raw data Returns: SentencePieceVocab, vocab built from the dataset. Examples: >>> from mindspore.dataset.text import SentencePieceModel >>> >>> def gen_corpus(): ... # key: word, value: number of occurrences, reason for using letters is so their order is apparent ... corpus = {"Z": 4, "Y": 4, "X": 4, "W": 3, "U": 3, "V": 2, "T": 1} ... for k, v in corpus.items(): ... yield (np.array([k] * v, dtype='S'),) >>> column_names = ["column1","column2","column3"] >>> dataset = ds.GeneratorDataset(gen_corpus, column_names) >>> dataset = dataset.build_sentencepiece_vocab(columns=["column3", "column1", "column2"], ... vocab_size=5000, ... character_coverage=0.9995, ... model_type=SentencePieceModel.UNIGRAM, ... params={}) """ vocab = cde.SentencePieceVocab() ir_tree, api_tree = self.create_ir_tree() # vocab node vocab_node = cde.BuildSentenceVocabNode(ir_tree, vocab, columns, vocab_size, character_coverage, model_type, params) runtime_context = cde.PythonRuntimeContext() runtime_context.Init() # build vocab consumer = cde.PythonBuildVocabConsumer() consumer.Init(vocab_node) runtime_context.AssignConsumer(consumer) consumer.Start() del api_tree return vocab def apply(self, apply_func): """ Apply a function in this dataset. Args: apply_func (function): A function that must take one 'Dataset' as an argument and return a preprocessed 'Dataset'. Returns: Dataset, dataset applied by the function. Examples: >>> # dataset is an instance object of Dataset >>> >>> # Declare an apply_func function which returns a Dataset object >>> def apply_func(data): ... data = data.batch(2) ... return data >>> >>> # Use apply to call apply_func >>> dataset = dataset.apply(apply_func) Raises: TypeError: If apply_func is not a function. TypeError: If apply_func doesn't return a Dataset. """ if not hasattr(apply_func, '__call__'): raise TypeError("apply_func must be a function.") dataset = apply_func(self) if not isinstance(dataset, Dataset): raise TypeError("apply_func must return a dataset.") return dataset @check_device_send def device_que(self, send_epoch_end=True, create_data_info_queue=False): """ Return a transferred Dataset that transfers data through a device. Args: send_epoch_end (bool, optional): Whether to send end of sequence to device or not (default=True). create_data_info_queue (bool, optional): Whether to create queue which stores types and shapes of data or not(default=False). Note: If device is Ascend, features of data will be transferred one by one. The limitation of data transmission per time is 256M. Returns: TransferDataset, dataset for transferring. """ return self.to_device(send_epoch_end=send_epoch_end, create_data_info_queue=create_data_info_queue) @check_device_send def to_device(self, send_epoch_end=True, create_data_info_queue=False): """ Transfer data from CPU to GPU or Ascend or other devices. Args: send_epoch_end (bool, optional): Whether to send the end of sequence to device or not (default=True). create_data_info_queue (bool, optional): Whether to create queue which stores types and shapes of data or not(default=False). Note: If device is Ascend, features of data will be transferred one by one. The limitation of data transmission per second is 256M. Returns: TransferDataset, dataset for transferring. Raises: RuntimeError: If distribution file path is given but failed to read. """ return TransferDataset(self, send_epoch_end, create_data_info_queue) @check_save def save(self, file_name, num_files=1, file_type='mindrecord'): """ Save the dynamic data processed by the dataset pipeline in common dataset format. Supported dataset formats: 'mindrecord' only Implicit type casting exists when saving data as 'mindrecord'. The transform table shows how to do type casting. .. list-table:: Implicit Type Casting when Saving as 'mindrecord' :widths: 25 25 50 :header-rows: 1 * - Type in 'dataset' - Type in 'mindrecord' - Details * - bool - None - Not supported * - int8 - int32 - * - uint8 - bytes(1D uint8) - Drop dimension * - int16 - int32 - * - uint16 - int32 - * - int32 - int32 - * - uint32 - int64 - * - int64 - int64 - * - uint64 - None - Not supported * - float16 - float32 - * - float32 - float32 - * - float64 - float64 - * - string - string - Multi-dimensional string not supported Note: 1. To save the samples in order, set dataset's shuffle to False and num_files to 1. 2. Before calling the function, do not use batch operator, repeat operator or data augmentation operators with random attribute in map operator. 3. When array dimension is variable, one-dimensional arrays or multi-dimensional arrays with variable dimension 0 are supported. 4. Mindrecord does not support DE_UINT64, multi-dimensional DE_UINT8(drop dimension) nor multi-dimensional DE_STRING. Args: file_name (str): Path to dataset file. num_files (int, optional): Number of dataset files (default=1). file_type (str, optional): Dataset format (default='mindrecord'). """ ir_tree, api_tree = self.create_ir_tree() runtime_context = cde.PythonRuntimeContext() runtime_context.Init() consumer = cde.PythonSaveToDisk(file_name, num_files, file_type) consumer.Init(ir_tree) runtime_context.AssignConsumer(consumer) consumer.Save() _set_dataset_permissions(file_name, num_files) del api_tree @check_tuple_iterator def create_tuple_iterator(self, columns=None, num_epochs=-1, output_numpy=False, do_copy=True): """ Create an iterator over the dataset. The datatype retrieved back will be a list of ndarrays. To specify which columns to list and the order needed, use columns_list. If columns_list is not provided, the order of the columns will remain unchanged. Args: columns (list[str], optional): List of columns to be used to specify the order of columns (default=None, means all columns). num_epochs (int, optional): Maximum number of epochs that iterator can be iterated. (default=-1, iterator can be iterated infinite number of epochs) output_numpy (bool, optional): Whether or not to output NumPy datatype. If output_numpy=False, iterator will output MSTensor (default=False). do_copy (bool, optional): when output data type is mindspore.Tensor, use this param to select the conversion method, only take False for better performance (default=True). Returns: TupleIterator, tuple iterator over the dataset. Examples: >>> # dataset is an instance object of Dataset >>> iterator = dataset.create_tuple_iterator() >>> for item in iterator: ... # item is a list ... print(type(item)) ... break <class 'list'> """ if output_numpy is None: output_numpy = False if Dataset._noop_mode(): return DummyIterator(self, 'tuple') return TupleIterator(self, columns, num_epochs, output_numpy, do_copy) @check_dict_iterator def create_dict_iterator(self, num_epochs=-1, output_numpy=False): """ Create an iterator over the dataset. The data retrieved will be a dictionary datatype. The order of the columns in the dictionary may not be the same as the original order. Args: num_epochs (int, optional): Maximum number of epochs that iterator can be iterated (default=-1, iterator can be iterated infinite number of epochs). output_numpy (bool, optional): Whether or not to output NumPy datatype, if output_numpy=False, iterator will output MSTensor (default=False). Returns: DictIterator, dictionary iterator over the dataset. Examples: >>> # dataset is an instance object of Dataset >>> iterator = dataset.create_dict_iterator() >>> for item in iterator: ... # item is a dict ... print(type(item)) ... break <class 'dict'> """ if output_numpy is None: output_numpy = False if Dataset._noop_mode(): return DummyIterator(self, 'dict') return DictIterator(self, num_epochs, output_numpy) def __iter__(self): """Create an iterator over the dataset.""" return self.create_tuple_iterator(num_epochs=1) @property def input_indexs(self): """ Get Input Index Information Returns: tuple, tuple of the input index information. Examples: >>> # dataset is an instance object of Dataset >>> # set input_indexs >>> dataset.input_indexs = 10 >>> print(dataset.input_indexs) 10 """ if self._input_indexs != (): return self._input_indexs # find input_indexes of children children_input_index = [child.input_indexs for child in self.children] # in case of more than one child, return the first input_indexes for cix in children_input_index: if cix != (): return cix # if all children's input_indexes are () or the node is a leaf return self._input_indexs @input_indexs.setter def input_indexs(self, value): self._input_indexs = value def copy_batch_size(self, value): self._batch_size = value def _init_tree_getters(self): """ Get pipeline information. """ ir_tree, api_tree = self.create_ir_tree() runtime_context = cde.PythonRuntimeContext() runtime_context.Init() getter = cde.TreeGetters() getter.Init(ir_tree) runtime_context.AssignConsumer(getter) return getter, runtime_context, api_tree def __init_size_getter(self): """ Get pipeline information. """ ir_tree, api_tree = self.create_ir_tree() runtime_context = cde.PythonRuntimeContext() runtime_context.Init() getter = cde.DatasetSizeGetters() getter.Init(ir_tree) runtime_context.AssignConsumer(getter) return getter, runtime_context, api_tree def get_col_names(self): """ Return the names of the columns in dataset. Returns: list, list of column names in the dataset. Examples: >>> # dataset is an instance object of Dataset >>> col_names = dataset.get_col_names() """ if self._col_names is None: runtime_getter = self._init_tree_getters() self._col_names = runtime_getter[0].GetColumnNames() self.close_pool() runtime_getter[2].notify_watchdog() return self._col_names def output_shapes(self): """ Get the shapes of output data. Returns: list, list of shapes of each column. Examples: >>> # dataset is an instance object of Dataset >>> output_shapes = dataset.output_shapes() """ if self.saved_output_shapes is None: runtime_getter = self._init_tree_getters() self.saved_output_shapes = runtime_getter[0].GetOutputShapes() self.saved_output_types = runtime_getter[0].GetOutputTypes() self.close_pool() runtime_getter[2].notify_watchdog() if self.dynamic_setting[0]: self.saved_output_shapes, self.saved_min_shapes, self.saved_max_shapes = self._dynamic_output_shapes() return self.saved_output_shapes def output_types(self): """ Get the types of output data. Returns: list, list of data types. Examples: >>> # dataset is an instance object of Dataset >>> output_types = dataset.output_types() """ if self.saved_output_types is None: runtime_getter = self._init_tree_getters() self.saved_output_shapes = runtime_getter[0].GetOutputShapes() self.saved_output_types = runtime_getter[0].GetOutputTypes() self.close_pool() runtime_getter[2].notify_watchdog() if self.dynamic_setting[0]: self.saved_output_shapes, self.saved_min_shapes, self.saved_max_shapes = self._dynamic_output_shapes() return self.saved_output_types def get_dataset_size(self): """ Return the number of batches in an epoch. Returns: int, number of batches. Examples: >>> # dataset is an instance object of Dataset >>> dataset_size = dataset.get_dataset_size() """ if self.dataset_size is None: runtime_getter = self.__init_size_getter() self.dataset_size = runtime_getter[0].GetDatasetSize(False) self.close_pool() runtime_getter[2].notify_watchdog() return self.dataset_size def set_dynamic_columns(self, columns=None): """ Set dynamic shape information of source data, it should be set after the pipeline is defined. Args: columns (dict): A dict contains shape information of each column in dataset. The value of shape[i] is :py:obj:`None` indicates that the data length of shape[i] is dynamic. Examples: >>> import numpy as np >>> >>> def generator1(): >>> for i in range(1, 100): >>> yield np.ones((16, i, 83)), np.array(i) >>> >>> dataset = ds.GeneratorDataset(generator1, ["data1", "data2"]) >>> dataset.set_dynamic_columns(columns={"data1": [16, None, 83], "data2": []}) """ if not isinstance(columns, dict): raise TypeError("Pass a dict to set dynamic shape, example: {\"data1\": [16, None, 256]}") self.dynamic_setting[0] = True self.dynamic_setting[1] = columns def dynamic_min_max_shapes(self): """ Get minimum and maximum data length of dynamic source data, for dynamic graph compilation. Returns: lists, min_shapes, max_shapes of source data. Examples: >>> import numpy as np >>> >>> def generator1(): >>> for i in range(1, 100): >>> yield np.ones((16, i, 83)), np.array(i) >>> >>> dataset = ds.GeneratorDataset(generator1, ["data1", "data2"]) >>> dataset.set_dynamic_columns(columns={"data1": [16, None, 83], "data2": []}) >>> min_shapes, max_shapes = dataset.dynamic_min_max_shapes() """ if self.saved_min_shapes is None or self.saved_max_shapes is None: self.saved_output_shapes, self.saved_min_shapes, self.saved_max_shapes = self._dynamic_output_shapes() return self.saved_min_shapes, self.saved_max_shapes def _dynamic_output_shapes(self): """ Get dynamic information of source data. Returns: lists, dynamic_shapes, min_shapes, max_shapes of source data. """ if not self.dynamic_setting[1]: raise RuntimeError("dynamic_columns is not set, call set_dynamic_columns() by final Dataset Op.") if self.saved_output_shapes is not None and self.saved_min_shapes is not None and \ self.saved_max_shapes is not None: return self.saved_output_shapes, self.saved_min_shapes, self.saved_max_shapes logger.warning("Calculating dynamic shape of input data, this will take a few minutes...") # Assume data1 shape is dynamic, data2 shape is fix # {"data1": [batch_size, None, feat_len], "data2": [batch_size, feat_len]} dynamic_columns = self.dynamic_setting[1] # ["data1", "data2"] dataset_columns = self.get_col_names() for column in dynamic_columns: if column not in dataset_columns: raise RuntimeError("dynamic column [" + column + "] does not match any column in dataset: " + str(dataset_columns)) # Shape[1] of data1 is variable # {"data1": {(batch_size, 100, feat_len), (16, 200, 83)}, "data2": {(batch_size, feat_len)}} column_shape_set = {col: set() for col in dataset_columns} dataset_size_counter = 0 for data in self.create_dict_iterator(num_epochs=1, output_numpy=True): dataset_size_counter += 1 for col in data.keys(): if col in dynamic_columns: shape_mismatch = "dynamic column [" + col + "] with shape " + str(dynamic_columns[col]) + \ " does not match dataset column [" + col + "] with shape " + str(list(data[col].shape)) if data[col].ndim != len(dynamic_columns[col]): raise RuntimeError(shape_mismatch) for dim in range(len(dynamic_columns[col])): if dynamic_columns[col][dim] is not None and dynamic_columns[col][dim] != data[col].shape[dim]: raise RuntimeError(shape_mismatch) column_shape_set[col].add(tuple(data[col].shape)) # we get dataset_size after dryrun self.dataset_size = dataset_size_counter min_shapes, max_shapes, dynamic_shapes = list(), list(), list() for col, shape_set in column_shape_set.items(): if len(shape_set) > 1: if col not in dynamic_columns: raise RuntimeError("column [" + col + "] has dynamic shape but not set by set_dynamic_columns()" + ", shapes of [" + col + "]: " + str(list(shape_set))) shape_npy = np.array(list(shape_set)) max_shape = shape_npy.max(axis=0) min_shape = shape_npy.min(axis=0) # Set min shape to 1 due to unknown shuffle min_shape = np.where(np.equal(dynamic_columns[col], None), 1, min_shape) # Set dynamic dim to -1 for ME dynamic_shape = np.where(np.equal(dynamic_columns[col], None), -1, dynamic_columns[col]) max_shapes.append(max_shape.tolist()) min_shapes.append(min_shape.tolist()) dynamic_shapes.append(dynamic_shape.tolist()) else: # Also append fix shape to keep order of column shape fix_shape = list(list(shape_set)[0]) max_shapes.append(fix_shape) min_shapes.append(fix_shape) dynamic_shapes.append(fix_shape) if col in dynamic_columns: logger.warning("column [" + col + "] has no dynamic shape but set by set_dynamic_columns()") # Set min shape to 1 due to unknown shuffle min_shapes[-1] = np.where(np.equal(dynamic_columns[col], None), 1, fix_shape).tolist() # Set dynamic dim to -1 for ME dynamic_shapes[-1] = np.where(np.equal(dynamic_columns[col], None), -1, fix_shape).tolist() return dynamic_shapes, min_shapes, max_shapes def num_classes(self): """ Get the number of classes in a dataset. Returns: int, number of classes. Examples: >>> # dataset is an instance object of Dataset >>> num_classes = dataset.num_classes() """ if self._num_classes is None: runtime_getter = self._init_tree_getters() self._num_classes = runtime_getter[0].GetNumClasses() self.close_pool() runtime_getter[2].notify_watchdog() if self._num_classes == -1: return None return self._num_classes def get_sync_notifiers(self): if self.children: return self.children[0].get_sync_notifiers() return {} def disable_sync(self): if self.children: return self.children[0].disable_sync() return {} def is_sync(self): if self.children: return self.children[0].is_sync() return False def sync_update(self, condition_name, num_batch=None, data=None): """ Release a blocking condition and trigger callback with given data. Args: condition_name (str): The condition name that is used to toggle sending next row. num_batch (Union[int, None]): The number of batches (rows) that are released. When num_batch is None, it will default to the number specified by the sync_wait operator (default=None). data (Any): The data passed to the callback, user defined (default=None). """ if (not isinstance(num_batch, int) and num_batch is not None) or \ (isinstance(num_batch, int) and num_batch <= 0): # throwing exception, disable all sync_wait in pipeline self.disable_sync() raise RuntimeError("Sync_update batch size can only be positive integer, got : {}.".format(num_batch)) notifiers_dict = self.get_sync_notifiers() if not isinstance(condition_name, str): raise TypeError("Argument condition_name with value {} is not of type str, but got {}." .format(condition_name, type(condition_name))) if condition_name not in notifiers_dict: # throwing exception, disable all sync_wait in pipeline self.disable_sync() raise RuntimeError("Condition name not found.") if num_batch is not None: num_batch *= self.get_batch_size() notifiers_dict[condition_name](num_batch, data) def get_batch_size(self): """ Return the size of batch. Returns: int, the number of data in a batch. Examples: >>> # dataset is an instance object of Dataset >>> batch_size = dataset.get_batch_size() """ if self._batch_size is None: runtime_getter = self._init_tree_getters() self._batch_size = runtime_getter[0].GetBatchSize() if self._batch_size is None: self._batch_size = 1 return self._batch_size def get_repeat_count(self): """ Get the replication times in RepeatDataset (default is 1). Returns: int, the count of repeat. Examples: >>> # dataset is an instance object of Dataset >>> repeat_count = dataset.get_repeat_count() """ if self._repeat_count is None: runtime_getter = self._init_tree_getters() self._repeat_count = runtime_getter[0].GetRepeatCount() if self._repeat_count is None: self._repeat_count = 1 return self._repeat_count def get_class_indexing(self): """ Return the class index. Returns: dict, a str-to-int mapping from label name to index. dict, a str-to-list<int> mapping from label name to index for Coco ONLY. The second number in the list is used to indicate the super category. Examples: >>> # dataset is an instance object of Dataset >>> class_indexing = dataset.get_class_indexing() """ if self.children: return self.children[0].get_class_indexing() return {} def reset(self): """Reset the dataset for next epoch.""" def is_shuffled(self): """Returns True if the dataset or its children is shuffled.""" for input_dataset in self.children: if input_dataset.is_shuffled(): return True return False def is_sharded(self): """Returns True if the dataset or its children is sharded.""" for input_dataset in self.children: if input_dataset.is_sharded(): return True return False def parse(self, children=None): raise NotImplementedError("Dataset has to implement parse method.") def post_parse(self, ir_node): if self.cache: ir_node = ir_node.set_cache_client(self.cache.cache_client) if self.num_parallel_workers: ir_node = ir_node.set_num_workers(self.num_parallel_workers) return ir_node class SourceDataset(Dataset): """ Abstract class to represent a source dataset which produces content to the data pipeline. """ def __init__(self, num_parallel_workers=None, num_samples=None, shuffle=True, num_shards=None, shard_id=None, cache=None): super().__init__(num_parallel_workers=num_parallel_workers, cache=cache) self.num_samples = replace_none(num_samples, 0) self.num_shards = replace_none(num_shards, 1) self.shard_id = replace_none(shard_id, 0) if shuffle is not None and not isinstance(shuffle, (bool, Shuffle)): raise TypeError("shuffle must be of boolean or enum of 'Shuffle' values like 'Shuffle.GLOBAL' or " "'Shuffle.FILES' or 'Shuffle.INFILE'.") self.shuffle_flag = 2 # Global shuffle if not isinstance(shuffle, Shuffle): if shuffle is None or shuffle: self.shuffle_flag = 2 # Global shuffle else: self.shuffle_flag = 0 # No shuffle else: if shuffle == Shuffle.GLOBAL: self.shuffle_flag = 2 # Global shuffle elif shuffle == Shuffle.FILES: self.shuffle_flag = 1 # Files shuffle elif shuffle == Shuffle.INFILE: self.shuffle_flag = 3 # Infile shuffle def parse(self, children=None): raise NotImplementedError("Dataset has to implement parse method.") @staticmethod def _find_files(patterns): """ Utility function to search for files with the given glob patterns. Args: patterns (Union[str, list[str]]): String or list of patterns to be searched. Returns: list, list of files. """ if not isinstance(patterns, list): patterns = [patterns] file_list = [] unmatched_patterns = [] for pattern in patterns: matches = [match for match in glob.glob(pattern, recursive=True) if os.path.isfile(match)] if matches: file_list.extend(matches) else: unmatched_patterns.append(pattern) if unmatched_patterns: raise ValueError("The following patterns did not match any files: {}.".format(unmatched_patterns)) if file_list: # not empty return file_list raise ValueError("The list of path names matching the patterns is empty.") def is_shuffled(self): return self.shuffle_flag > 0 def is_sharded(self): if self.num_shards is not None: return self.num_shards > 1 return False class MappableDataset(SourceDataset): """ Abstract class to represent a source dataset which supports use of samplers. """ def parse(self, children=None): raise NotImplementedError("Dataset has to implement parse method.") def __init__(self, num_parallel_workers=None, sampler=None, num_samples=None, shuffle=None, num_shards=None, shard_id=None, cache=None): super().__init__(num_parallel_workers=num_parallel_workers, num_samples=num_samples, shuffle=shuffle, num_shards=num_shards, shard_id=shard_id, cache=cache) self.shuffle_flag = replace_none(shuffle, True) self.sampler = samplers.select_sampler(num_samples, sampler, shuffle, num_shards, shard_id) def add_sampler(self, new_sampler): """ Add a sampler for current dataset,. Args: new_sampler (Sampler): The sampler to be added as the parent sampler for current dataset. Examples: >>> # dataset is an instance object of Dataset >>> # use a DistributedSampler instead >>> new_sampler = ds.DistributedSampler(10, 2) >>> dataset.add_sampler(new_sampler) """ # note: By adding a sampler, the sampled IDs will flow to new_sampler # after first passing through the current samplers attached to this dataset. self.dataset_size = None new_sampler.add_child(self.sampler) self.sampler = new_sampler def use_sampler(self, new_sampler): """ Make the current dataset use the new_sampler provided by other API. Args: new_sampler (Sampler): The sampler to use for the current dataset. Examples: >>> # dataset is an instance object of Dataset >>> # use a DistributedSampler instead >>> new_sampler = ds.DistributedSampler(10, 2) >>> dataset.use_sampler(new_sampler) """ if new_sampler is None: raise TypeError("Input sampler can not be None.") if not isinstance(new_sampler, (samplers.BuiltinSampler, samplers.Sampler)): raise TypeError("Input sampler is not an instance of a sampler.") self.dataset_size = None self.sampler = self.sampler.child_sampler self.add_sampler(new_sampler) def is_shuffled(self): return self.sampler.is_shuffled() def is_sharded(self): return self.sampler.is_sharded() @check_split def split(self, sizes, randomize=True): """ Split the dataset into smaller, non-overlapping datasets. Args: sizes (Union[list[int], list[float]]): If a list of integers [s1, s2, …, sn] is provided, the dataset will be split into n datasets of size s1, size s2, …, size sn respectively. If the sum of all sizes does not equal the original dataset size, an error will occur. If a list of floats [f1, f2, …, fn] is provided, all floats must be between 0 and 1 and must sum to 1, otherwise an error will occur. The dataset will be split into n Datasets of size round(f1*K), round(f2*K), …, round(fn*K) where K is the size of the original dataset. If after rounding: - Any size equals 0, an error will occur. - The sum of split sizes < K, the difference will be added to the first split. - The sum of split sizes > K, the difference will be removed from the first large enough split such that it will have at least 1 row after removing the difference. randomize (bool, optional): Determines whether or not to split the data randomly (default=True). If True, the data will be randomly split. Otherwise, each split will be created with consecutive rows from the dataset. Note: 1. There is an optimized split function, which will be called automatically when the dataset that calls this function is a MappableDataset. 2. Dataset should not be sharded if split is going to be called. Instead, create a DistributedSampler and specify a split to shard after splitting. If the dataset is sharded after a split, it is strongly recommended setting the same seed in each instance of execution, otherwise each shard may not be part of the same split (see Examples). 3. It is strongly recommended to not shuffle the dataset, but use randomize=True instead. Shuffling the dataset may not be deterministic, which means the data in each split will be different in each epoch. Furthermore, if sharding occurs after split, each shard may not be part of the same split. Raises: RuntimeError: If get_dataset_size returns None or is not supported for this dataset. RuntimeError: If `sizes` is list of integers and sum of all elements in sizes does not equal the dataset size. RuntimeError: If `sizes` is list of float and there is a split with size 0 after calculations. RuntimeError: If the dataset is sharded prior to calling split. ValueError: If `sizes` is list of float and not all floats are between 0 and 1, or if the floats don't sum to 1. Returns: tuple(Dataset), a tuple of datasets that have been split. Examples: >>> # Since many datasets have shuffle on by default, set shuffle to False if split will be called! >>> dataset = ds.ImageFolderDataset(image_folder_dataset_dir, shuffle=False) >>> >>> # Set the seed, and tell split to use this seed when randomizing. >>> # This is needed because sharding will be done later >>> ds.config.set_seed(58) >>> train_dataset, test_dataset = dataset.split([0.9, 0.1]) >>> >>> # To shard the train dataset, use a DistributedSampler >>> train_sampler = ds.DistributedSampler(10, 2) >>> train_dataset.use_sampler(train_sampler) """ if self.is_shuffled(): logger.warning("Dataset is shuffled before split.") if self.is_sharded(): raise RuntimeError("Dataset should not be sharded before split.") absolute_sizes = self._get_absolute_split_sizes(sizes) splits = [] current_split_start_index = 0 for size in absolute_sizes: ds = copy.deepcopy(self) ds.dataset_size = None if randomize: # want to shuffle the same way every epoch before split, we are assuming # that the user will call set_seed random_sampler = samplers.RandomSampler() random_sampler.reshuffle_each_epoch = False ds.add_sampler(random_sampler) subset_sampler = samplers.SequentialSampler(current_split_start_index, size) ds.add_sampler(subset_sampler) # add sequential sampler, so that if user calls use_sampler, we will # get rid of the sequential sampler instead of something we need ds.add_sampler(samplers.SequentialSampler()) splits.append(ds) current_split_start_index += size return tuple(splits) class BucketBatchByLengthDataset(Dataset): """ The result of applying BucketBatchByLength operator to the input dataset. """ def __init__(self, input_dataset, column_names, bucket_boundaries, bucket_batch_sizes, element_length_function, pad_info, pad_to_bucket_boundary, drop_remainder): super().__init__(children=input_dataset) self.column_names = to_list(column_names) self.bucket_boundaries = replace_none(bucket_boundaries, []) self.bucket_batch_sizes = replace_none(bucket_batch_sizes, []) self.element_length_function = element_length_function self.pad_info = replace_none(pad_info, {}) self.pad_to_bucket_boundary = replace_none(pad_to_bucket_boundary, False) self.drop_remainder = replace_none(drop_remainder, False) def parse(self, children=None): return cde.BucketBatchByLengthNode(children[0], self.column_names, self.bucket_boundaries, self.bucket_batch_sizes, self.element_length_function, self.pad_info, self.pad_to_bucket_boundary, self.drop_remainder) class BatchDataset(Dataset): """ The result of applying Batch operator to the input dataset. Args: input_dataset (Dataset): Input Dataset to be batched. batch_size (Union[int, function]): The number of rows each batch is created with. An int or callable which takes exactly 1 parameter, BatchInfo. drop_remainder (bool, optional): Determines whether or not to drop the last possibly incomplete batch (default=False). If True, and if there are less than batch_size rows available to make the last batch, then those rows will be dropped and not propagated to the child node. num_parallel_workers (int, optional): Number of workers to process the dataset in parallel (default=None). per_batch_map (callable, optional): Per batch map callable. A callable which takes (list[Tensor], list[Tensor], ..., BatchInfo) as input parameters. Each list[Tensor] represents a batch of Tensors on a given column. The number of lists should match with number of entries in input_columns. The last parameter of the callable must always be a BatchInfo object. input_columns (Union[str, list[str]], optional): List of names of the input columns. The size of the list must match with signature of per_batch_map callable. output_columns (Union[str, list[str]], optional): List of names assigned to the columns outputted by the last operation. This parameter is mandatory if len(input_columns) != len(output_columns). The size of this list must match the number of output columns of the last operation. (default=None, output columns will have the same name as the input columns, i.e., the columns will be replaced). column_order (Union[str, list[str]], optional): Specifies the list of all the columns you need in the whole dataset. The parameter is required when len(input_column) != len(output_column). Caution: the list here is not just the columns specified in parameter input_columns and output_columns. pad_info (dict, optional): Whether to perform padding on selected columns. pad_info={"col1":([224,224],0)} will pad column with name "col1" to a tensor of size [224,224] and fill the missing with 0. max_rowsize(int, optional): Maximum size of row in MB that is used for shared memory allocation to copy data between processes. This is only used if python_multiprocessing is set to True (default 16 MB). """ def __init__(self, input_dataset, batch_size, drop_remainder=False, num_parallel_workers=None, per_batch_map=None, input_columns=None, output_columns=None, column_order=None, pad_info=None, python_multiprocessing=False, max_rowsize=16): super().__init__(children=input_dataset, num_parallel_workers=num_parallel_workers) if BatchDataset._is_ancestor_of_repeat(input_dataset): logger.warning("Repeat is located before batch, data from two epochs can be batched together.") BatchDataset._update_batch_size_for_syncwait(input_dataset, batch_size) # if batch_size is callable, set batch_size to 1 and batch_size_func to that callable function self.batch_size = batch_size if not callable(batch_size) else 1 self.batch_size_func = None if not callable(batch_size) else batch_size self.drop_remainder = replace_none(drop_remainder, False) self.per_batch_map = per_batch_map self.input_columns = to_list(input_columns) self.output_columns = to_list(output_columns) self.column_order = to_list(column_order) self.pad = bool(pad_info is not None) self.pad_info = replace_none(pad_info, dict()) self.python_multiprocessing = python_multiprocessing self.process_pool = None self.hook = None self.pids = [] self.eot = None self.watch_dog = None self.max_rowsize = max_rowsize def parse(self, children=None): return cde.BatchNode(children[0], self.batch_size, self.drop_remainder, self.pad, self.input_columns, self.output_columns, self.column_order, self.batch_size_func, self.per_batch_map, self.pad_info) @staticmethod def _is_ancestor_of_repeat(dataset): """ Utility function to find the case where repeat is used before batch. Args: dataset (Dataset): Dataset to be checked. Returns: bool, whether repeat is used before batch. """ if isinstance(dataset, RepeatDataset): return True flag = False for input_dataset in dataset.children: flag = flag | BatchDataset._is_ancestor_of_repeat(input_dataset) return flag @staticmethod def _update_batch_size_for_syncwait(dataset, batch_size): """ Utility function to notify batch size to sync_wait. Args: dataset (Dataset): Dataset to be checked. batch_size (int): batch size to notify. """ if isinstance(dataset, SyncWaitDataset): dataset.update_sync_batch_size(batch_size) for input_dataset in dataset.children: BatchDataset._update_batch_size_for_syncwait(input_dataset, batch_size) def __deepcopy__(self, memodict): return self.__safe_deepcopy__(memodict, exclude=("per_batch_map", "batch_size_func", "__transfer_dataset__")) # Iterator bootstrap will be called on iterator construction. # A deep copy of Dataset object is created prior of iterator_bootstrap. # This method will create per iterator process pool and bind pyfunc execution to the pool. def iterator_bootstrap(self): """ Per iterator bootstrap callback. """ if self.python_multiprocessing: if self.per_batch_map is None: logger.warning("per_batch_map is None so python_multiprocessing does not work.") return arg_q_list = [] res_q_list = [] # If user didn't specify num_parallel_workers, set it to default if self.num_parallel_workers is not None: num_parallel = self.num_parallel_workers else: num_parallel = get_num_parallel_workers() if get_enable_shared_mem(): _check_shm_usage(num_parallel, 1, self.max_rowsize * self.batch_size, 2) for _ in range(num_parallel): arg_q_list.append(_SharedQueue(1, max_rowsize=self.max_rowsize * self.batch_size)) res_q_list.append(_SharedQueue(1, max_rowsize=self.max_rowsize * self.batch_size)) # Construct pool with the callable list # The callable list and _pyfunc_worker_init are used to pass lambda function in to subprocesses self.process_pool = multiprocessing.Pool(processes=num_parallel, initializer=_pyfunc_worker_init, initargs=([self.per_batch_map], arg_q_list, res_q_list)) idx = 0 global _OP_NAME, _OP_PROCESS, _LOCK op_id = _OP_NAME[str(self)] process_id = {op_id: [self.num_parallel_workers, set()]} # obtain process id from multiprocessing.pool for pool in self.process_pool._pool: # pylint: disable=W0212 process_id[op_id][1].add(pool.pid) self.pids.append(pool.pid) with _LOCK: _OP_PROCESS.update(process_id) # Wrap per_batch_map into _PythonCallable self.per_batch_map = _PythonCallable(self.per_batch_map, idx, self.process_pool, arg_q_list, res_q_list) self.hook = _ExceptHookHandler() atexit.register(_mp_pool_exit_preprocess) # If Python version greater than 3.8, we need to close ThreadPool in atexit for unclean pool teardown. if sys.version_info >= (3, 8): atexit.register(self.process_pool.close) if platform.system().lower() != 'windows': self.eot = threading.Event() self.watch_dog = threading.Thread(target=_watch_dog, args=(self.eot, self.pids)) self.watch_dog.daemon = True self.watch_dog.start() else: if self.per_batch_map is not None: self.per_batch_map = FuncWrapper(self.per_batch_map) def _abort_watchdog(self): if not self.eot.is_set(): self.eot.set() def __del__(self): if hasattr(self, 'process_pool') and self.process_pool is not None: self.process_pool.close() if hasattr(self, 'watch_dog') and self.watch_dog is not None and hasattr(self, 'eot') and self.eot is not None: self._abort_watchdog() class BatchInfo(cde.CBatchInfo): """ The information object associates with the current batch of tensors. """ def get_batch_num(self): """ Return the batch number of the current batch. """ return def get_epoch_num(self): """ Return the epoch number of the current batch. """ return class BlockReleasePair: """ The blocking condition class used by SyncWaitDataset. Args: init_release_rows (int): Number of lines to allow through the pipeline. callback (function): The callback function that will be called when release is called (default=None). """ def __init__(self, init_release_rows, callback=None): if isinstance(init_release_rows, int) and init_release_rows <= 0: raise ValueError("release_rows need to be greater than 0.") self.row_count = -init_release_rows self.cv = threading.Condition() self.callback = callback self.default_rows = init_release_rows self.disable = False def __deepcopy__(self, memodict): return self def reset(self): with self.cv: self.row_count = -self.default_rows self.cv.notify_all() def update_batched_size(self, batch_size): # sanity check if isinstance(batch_size, int) and batch_size <= 0: raise ValueError("batch_size need to be greater than 0.") # should only use before the pipeline creates self.row_count *= batch_size self.default_rows *= batch_size def block_func(self): """ Function for handing blocking condition. Returns: bool, True. """ with self.cv: # if disable is true, the always evaluate to true not_time_out = self.cv.wait_for(lambda: (self.row_count < 0 or self.disable), timeout=get_callback_timeout()) # time_out will be False if time out occurs if not not_time_out: logger.warning("Timeout happened in sync_wait, maybe dataset.sync_update(condition=...) " "is not added after dataset.create_dict_iterator(...), now disabling lock.") self.disable = True self.row_count += 1 return True def release_func(self, pass_rows=None, data=None): with self.cv: if pass_rows is None: pass_rows = self.default_rows self.row_count -= pass_rows if self.callback is not None: self.callback(data) self.cv.notify_all() def disable_lock(self): with self.cv: self.disable = True self.cv.notify_all() class SyncWaitDataset(Dataset): """ The result of adding a blocking condition to the input Dataset. Args: input_dataset (Dataset): Input dataset to apply flow control. num_batch (int): Number of batches without blocking at the start of each epoch. condition_name (str): Condition name that is used to toggle sending next row. callback (function): Callback function that will be invoked when sync_update is called (default=None). Raises: RuntimeError: If condition name already exists. """ def __init__(self, input_dataset, condition_name, num_batch, callback=None): super().__init__(children=input_dataset) # set to the default value, waiting for the batch to update it self._condition_name = condition_name if isinstance(num_batch, int) and num_batch <= 0: raise ValueError("num_batch need to be greater than 0.") self._pair = BlockReleasePair(num_batch, callback) if self._condition_name in self.children[0].get_sync_notifiers(): raise RuntimeError("Condition name is already in use.") logger.info("Please remember to add dataset.sync_update(condition=%s), otherwise hanging will result. " "If dataset.sync_update(condition=%s) has already been added, you can ignore the info.", condition_name, condition_name) def parse(self, children=None): return cde.SyncWaitNode(children[0], self._condition_name, self._pair.block_func) def get_sync_notifiers(self): return {**self.children[0].get_sync_notifiers(), **{self._condition_name: self._pair.release_func}} def is_sync(self): return True def update_sync_batch_size(self, batch_size): if isinstance(batch_size, int) and batch_size <= 0: raise ValueError("num_batch need to be greater than 0.") self._pair.update_batched_size(batch_size) def disable_sync(self): logger.info("Disabling Sync") self._pair.disable_lock() @staticmethod def _is_ancestor_of_batch(dataset): """ Utility function to find the case where sync_wait is used before batch. Args: dataset (Dataset): Dataset to be checked. Returns: bool, whether sync_wait is used before batch. """ if isinstance(dataset, BatchDataset): return True flag = False for input_dataset in dataset.children: flag = flag | SyncWaitDataset._is_ancestor_of_batch(input_dataset) return flag def iterator_bootstrap(self): self._pair.reset() class ShuffleDataset(Dataset): """ The result of applying Shuffle operator to the input Dataset. Args: input_dataset (Dataset): Input Dataset to be shuffled. buffer_size (int): Size of the buffer. Raises: RuntimeError: If exist sync operators before shuffle. """ def __init__(self, input_dataset, buffer_size): super().__init__(children=input_dataset) self.buffer_size = buffer_size self.reshuffle_each_epoch = True if self.is_sync(): raise RuntimeError("No shuffle after sync operators.") def parse(self, children=None): return cde.ShuffleNode(children[0], self.buffer_size, self.reshuffle_each_epoch) def is_shuffled(self): return True # This wait function is for cleaning zombie subprocesses def wait_pid(): try: while True: child_pid, _ = os.waitpid(-1, os.WNOHANG) if child_pid == 0: break except OSError: # waitpid may be failed for some reasons so we ignore this error pass # Dataset need _watch_dog thread to monitoring fork multi-processing, # and thread can't be a member function otherwise python won't collect and release resources. def _watch_dog(eot, pids): """ This thread is for monitoring subprocesses forked by GeneratorDataset/MapDataset/BatchDataset """ while not eot.is_set(): subprocess_exit_num = 0 # Monitoring and count how many subprocesses already exit for pid in pids: try: p = psutil.Process(pid) if p.status() == psutil.STATUS_ZOMBIE: subprocess_exit_num += 1 except psutil.NoSuchProcess: subprocess_exit_num += 1 # If find subprocess exit, we will wait for 30s and do some waitpid operations if subprocess_exit_num > 0: start = time.time() while time.time() - start < 30: # We need to distinguishing get_dataset_size or train finished normally and hang scenario. # If get_dataset_size or train finished normally, _stop_subprocess can be execute and # self.need_abort can be set to True. If main process is hang in get(), self.need_abort # will never set to True, then we wait for 30s and kill main process if eot.is_set(): return # Sometimes subprocess may be zombie, so in 30s we can wait and do some useful tasks(waitpid). wait_pid() ## multiprocessing.queue may hang in .get() forever when put() process was killed. ## We have to exit main process otherwise main process will hang. logger.error("The subprocess of dataset may exit unexpected or be killed, " "main process will exit.") os.kill(os.getpid(), signal.SIGTERM) # Pyfunc collection for multiprocess pyfunc # This global variable will only be used within subprocesses _GLOBAL_PYFUNC_LIST = [] _ARGS_QUEUE = [] _RET_QUEUE = [] _OP_NAME = dict() _OP_PROCESS = dict() _LOCK = threading.Lock() # Pyfunc worker init function # Python multiprocessing library forbid sending lambda function through pipe. # This init function allow us to add all Python function to a global collection and then fork afterwards. def _pyfunc_worker_init(pyfunc_list, args_queue, ret_queue): global _GLOBAL_PYFUNC_LIST global _ARGS_QUEUE global _RET_QUEUE _GLOBAL_PYFUNC_LIST = pyfunc_list _ARGS_QUEUE = args_queue _RET_QUEUE = ret_queue # Pyfunc worker execution function # All exceptions will be raised to main processes def _pyfunc_worker_exec(index, qid, *args): """ Internal function for call certain pyfunc in Python process. """ # Some threads in multiprocess.pool can't process sigint signal, # and will occur hang problem, so ctrl+c will pass to parent process. signal.signal(signal.SIGINT, signal.SIG_IGN) if qid != -1: # Pass arguments through the Queue instead of directly to remote process args = _ARGS_QUEUE[qid].get() try: r = _GLOBAL_PYFUNC_LIST[index](*args) except Exception: return ExceptionHandler(where="in map(or batch) worker and execute python function") if isinstance(r, tuple): _RET_QUEUE[qid].put(r) else: _RET_QUEUE[qid].put((r,)) return [qid] # not using shared memory for passing arguments, call function directly result = None try: result = _GLOBAL_PYFUNC_LIST[index](*args) except Exception: result = ExceptionHandler(where="in map(or batch) worker and execute python function") return result # PythonCallable wrapper for multiprocess pyfunc class _PythonCallable: """ Internal Python function wrapper for multiprocessing pyfunc. """ def __init__(self, py_callable, idx, pool=None, arg_q=None, res_q=None): # Original Python callable from user. self.py_callable = py_callable # Process pool created for current iterator. self.pool = pool # Python callable index for subprocess _GLOBAL_PYFUNC_LIST self.idx = idx if pool is not None: self.queuemap = {} self.arg_q = arg_q self.res_q = res_q self.next_queue = 0 def __call__(self, *args): if self._pool_is_running() and check_iterator_cleanup() is False: # arg_q will have 0 size if we are not using shared memory # if using multi-processing shared queue instead of multiprocess arg passing if self.arg_q != []: tid = threading.get_ident() # Need to register each thread to use a different queue to send data to pool if not tid in self.queuemap: qid = self.next_queue self.next_queue = self.next_queue + 1 self.queuemap[tid] = qid else: qid = self.queuemap[tid] self.arg_q[qid].put(args) # This call will send the tensors along with Python callable index to the process pool. # Block, yield GIL. Current thread will reacquire GIL once result is returned. if self._pool_is_running() and check_iterator_cleanup() is False: result = self.pool.apply_async(_pyfunc_worker_exec, [self.idx, qid, []]) else: return self.py_callable(*args) else: result = self.pool.apply_async(_pyfunc_worker_exec, [self.idx, -1, *args]) # todo this check might be wrong while check_iterator_cleanup() is False: try: if self.arg_q != []: r = result.get(30) if isinstance(r, ExceptionHandler): r.reraise() if r[0] != qid: raise Exception("In PyCallable, got results from wrong thread") r = self.res_q[qid].get() return r r = result.get(30) if isinstance(r, ExceptionHandler): r.reraise() return r except multiprocessing.TimeoutError: continue except KeyboardInterrupt: _set_iterator_cleanup() self.pool.close() self.pool.join() raise Exception("Multiprocess MapOp worker receives KeyboardInterrupt.") return (None,) # Invoke original Python callable in master process in case the pool is gone. return self.py_callable(*args) def to_json(self): return self.py_callable.to_json() def _pool_is_running(self): # note here: the RUN state of python3.7 and python3.8 is different: # python3.7: RUN = 0 # python3.8: RUN = "RUN" # so we use self.pool._state == RUN instead and we can't use _state == 0 any more. if self.pool is not None and self.pool._state == RUN: # pylint: disable=W0212 return True return False def _mp_pool_exit_preprocess(): if check_iterator_cleanup() is False: # Set the iterator_cleanup flag to True before exiting, and wait 3s for all apply_async # applied to the multiprocessing task to prevent multiprocessing from hang when exiting _set_iterator_cleanup() time.sleep(3) class _ExceptHookHandler: def __init__(self): sys.excepthook = self.__handler_exception def __handler_exception(self, ex_type, value, tb): logger.error("Uncaught exception: ", exc_info=(ex_type, value, tb)) _mp_pool_exit_preprocess() class MapDataset(Dataset): """ The result of applying the Map operator to the input Dataset. Args: input_dataset (Dataset): Input Dataset to be mapped. operations (TensorOp): A function mapping a nested structure of tensors to another nested structure of tensor (default=None). input_columns (Union[str, list[str]]): List of names of the input columns (default=None, the operations will be applied on the first columns in the dataset). The size of the list should match the number of inputs of the first operator. output_columns (Union[str, list[str]], optional): List of names of the output columns. The size of the list should match the number of outputs of the last operator (default=None, output columns will be the input columns, i.e., the columns will be replaced). column_order (list[str], optional): Specifies the list of all the columns you need in the whole dataset. The parameter is required when len(input_column) != len(output_column). Caution: the list here is not just the columns specified in parameter input_columns and output_columns. num_parallel_workers (int, optional): Number of workers to process the dataset in parallel (default=None). python_multiprocessing (bool, optional): Parallelize Python operations with multiple worker process. This option could be beneficial if the Python operation is computational heavy (default=False). cache (DatasetCache, optional): Use tensor caching service to speed up dataset processing. (default=None, which means no cache is used). callbacks (DSCallback, list[DSCallback], optional): List of Dataset callbacks to be called (Default=None) max_rowsize(int, optional): Maximum size of row in MB that is used for shared memory allocation to copy data between processes. This is only used if python_multiprocessing is set to True (default 16 MB). Raises: ValueError: If len(input_columns) != len(output_columns) and column_order is not specified. """ def __init__(self, input_dataset, operations=None, input_columns=None, output_columns=None, column_order=None, num_parallel_workers=None, python_multiprocessing=False, cache=None, callbacks=None, max_rowsize=16): super().__init__(children=input_dataset, num_parallel_workers=num_parallel_workers, cache=cache) self.operations = to_list(operations) self.operations = py_transforms.Compose.reduce(self.operations) self.input_columns = to_list(input_columns) self.output_columns = to_list(output_columns) self.column_order = replace_none(column_order, []) # If output_columns were not provided then use input_columns self.output_columns = self.input_columns if not self.output_columns else self.output_columns if self.input_columns and self.output_columns \ and len(self.input_columns) != len(self.output_columns) \ and not self.column_order: raise ValueError("When length of input_columns and output_columns are not equal," " column_order must be specified.") self.python_multiprocessing = python_multiprocessing self.process_pool = None self.hook = None self.pids = [] self.eot = None self.watch_dog = None self.callbacks = to_list(callbacks) self.max_rowsize = max_rowsize def parse(self, children=None): operations = [] for op in self.operations: if op and getattr(op, 'parse', None): operations.append(op.parse()) else: operations.append(op) callbacks = [cb.create_runtime_obj() for cb in self.callbacks] return cde.MapNode(children[0], operations, self.input_columns, self.output_columns, self.column_order, callbacks) def __deepcopy__(self, memodict): return self.__safe_deepcopy__(memodict, exclude=("operations", "callbacks", "__transfer_dataset__")) # Iterator bootstrap will be called on iterator construction. # A deep copy of Dataset object is created prior of iterator_bootstrap. # This method will create per iterator process pool and bind pyfunc execution to the pool. def iterator_bootstrap(self): """ Per iterator bootstrap callback. """ if self.python_multiprocessing: iter_specific_operations = [] callable_list = [] arg_q_list = [] res_q_list = [] # If user didn't specify num_parallel_workers, set it to default if self.num_parallel_workers is not None: num_parallel = self.num_parallel_workers else: num_parallel = get_num_parallel_workers() if get_enable_shared_mem(): _check_shm_usage(num_parallel, 1, self.max_rowsize, 2) for _ in range(num_parallel): arg_q_list.append(_SharedQueue(1, max_rowsize=self.max_rowsize)) res_q_list.append(_SharedQueue(1, max_rowsize=self.max_rowsize)) # Pass #1, look for Python callables and build list for op in self.operations: # our c transforms is now callable and should not be run in Python multithreading if callable(op) and str(op).find("c_transform") < 0: callable_list.append(op) if callable_list: # Construct pool with the callable list # The callable list and _pyfunc_worker_init are used to pass lambda function in to subprocesses self.process_pool = multiprocessing.Pool(processes=num_parallel, initializer=_pyfunc_worker_init, initargs=(callable_list, arg_q_list, res_q_list)) # Pass #2 idx = 0 global _OP_NAME, _OP_PROCESS, _LOCK op_id = _OP_NAME[str(self)] # obtain process id from multiprocessing.pool process_id = {op_id: [self.num_parallel_workers, set()]} for pool in self.process_pool._pool: # pylint: disable=W0212 process_id[op_id][1].add(pool.pid) self.pids.append(pool.pid) with _LOCK: _OP_PROCESS.update(process_id) for op in self.operations: # our c transforms is now callable and should not be run in Python multithreading if callable(op) and str(op).find("c_transform") < 0: # Wrap Python callable into _PythonCallable iter_specific_operations.append(_PythonCallable(op, idx, self.process_pool, arg_q_list, res_q_list)) idx += 1 else: # CPP ops remain the same iter_specific_operations.append(op) self.operations = iter_specific_operations self.hook = _ExceptHookHandler() atexit.register(_mp_pool_exit_preprocess) # If Python version greater than 3.8, we need to close ThreadPool in atexit for unclean pool teardown. if sys.version_info >= (3, 8): atexit.register(self.process_pool.close) if platform.system().lower() != 'windows': self.eot = threading.Event() self.watch_dog = threading.Thread(target=_watch_dog, args=(self.eot, self.pids)) self.watch_dog.daemon = True self.watch_dog.start() def _abort_watchdog(self): if not self.eot.is_set(): self.eot.set() def __del__(self): if hasattr(self, 'process_pool') and self.process_pool is not None: self.process_pool.close() self.process_pool.join() if hasattr(self, 'watch_dog') and self.watch_dog is not None and hasattr(self, 'eot') and self.eot is not None: self._abort_watchdog() class FilterDataset(Dataset): """ The result of applying filter predicate to the input Dataset. Args: input_dataset (Dataset): Input Dataset to be mapped. predicate (callable): Python callable which returns a boolean value. If False then filter the element. input_columns (Union[str, list[str]], optional): List of names of the input columns (default=None, the predicate will be applied to all columns in the dataset). num_parallel_workers (int, optional): Number of workers to process the dataset in parallel (default=None). """ def __init__(self, input_dataset, predicate, input_columns=None, num_parallel_workers=None): super().__init__(children=input_dataset, num_parallel_workers=num_parallel_workers) self.predicate = lambda *args: bool(predicate(*args)) self.input_columns = to_list(input_columns) def parse(self, children=None): return cde.FilterNode(children[0], self.predicate, self.input_columns) class RepeatDataset(Dataset): """ The result of applying Repeat operator to the input Dataset. Args: input_dataset (Dataset): Input Dataset to be repeated. count (int): Number of times the dataset will be repeated (default=-1, repeat indefinitely). """ def __init__(self, input_dataset, count): super().__init__(children=input_dataset) self.count = replace_none(count, -1) def parse(self, children=None): return cde.RepeatNode(children[0], self.count) class SkipDataset(Dataset): """ The result of applying Skip operator to the input Dataset. Args: input_dataset (Dataset): Input dataset to have elements skipped. count (int): Number of elements to be skipped in the dataset. """ def __init__(self, input_dataset, count): super().__init__(input_dataset) self.count = count def parse(self, children=None): return cde.SkipNode(children[0], self.count) class TakeDataset(Dataset): """ The result of applying Take operator to the input Dataset. Args: input_dataset (Dataset): Input Dataset to have elements taken from. count (int): Number of elements to be taken from the dataset. """ def __init__(self, input_dataset, count): super().__init__(children=input_dataset) self.count = count def parse(self, children=None): return cde.TakeNode(children[0], self.count) class ZipDataset(Dataset): """ The result of applying Zip operator to the input Dataset. Args: datasets (tuple): A tuple of datasets to be zipped together. Raises: TypeError: If dataset is not an instance of Dataset. """ def __init__(self, datasets): super().__init__(children=datasets) def parse(self, children=None): return cde.ZipNode(children) def is_sync(self): return any([c.is_sync() for c in self.children]) class ConcatDataset(Dataset): """ The result of applying concat dataset operator to the input Dataset. Args: datasets (list): A list of datasets to be concatenated together. Raises: TypeError: If dataset is not an instance of Dataset. ValueError: If there is no samples in the one of the datasets. """ def __init__(self, datasets): super().__init__(children=datasets) for dataset in datasets: if not isinstance(dataset, Dataset): raise TypeError("Invalid dataset, expected Dataset object, but got %s!" % type(dataset)) self.datasets = datasets self._sampler = samplers.SequentialSampler(num_samples=None) self.children_sizes_ = [c.get_dataset_size() for c in self.children] child_index = 0 for item in self.children_sizes_: if item == 0: raise ValueError("There are no samples in the dataset number %d. Please make sure there are " "valid samples in the dataset." % child_index) child_index += 1 # _children_flag_and_nums: A list of pair<int ,int>.The first element of pair is flag that characterizes # whether the data set is mappable. The second element of pair is length of the dataset self._children_flag_and_nums = [] # _children_start_end_index_: A list of pair<int ,int>.The elements of pair are used to characterize # the valid position of the dataset corresponding to the subscript when sampling self._children_start_end_index_ = [] for index, child in enumerate(self.children): tem_list = [-1, -1] self._children_start_end_index_.append(tem_list) dataset_len = self.children_sizes_[index] if isinstance(child, GeneratorDataset) and not hasattr(child.source, "__getitem__"): dataset_len = 0 self.children_sizes_[index] = 0 if isinstance(child, MappableDataset): self._children_flag_and_nums.append((0, dataset_len)) else: self._children_flag_and_nums.append((1, dataset_len)) def parse(self, children=None): return cde.ConcatNode(children, self._sampler, self._children_flag_and_nums, self._children_start_end_index_) def use_sampler(self, sampler): """ Set the distributedSampler to concat dataset Args: sampler (Sampler): The sampler to use for the current dataset. Currently supported: DistributedSampler. Raises: TypeError: If the sampler is not an instance of DistributedSampler ValueError: If the parameter shuffle of sampler is True ValueError: If the parameter NumSamples of sampler is not None. ValueError: If num_shards <=0. """ if not isinstance(sampler, samplers.DistributedSampler): raise TypeError("The parameter %s of concat must be DistributedSampler!" % sampler) if sampler.is_shuffled(): raise ValueError("The parameter shuffle of DistributedSampler must be False!") if sampler.num_shards <= 0: raise ValueError("The parameter num_shards of DistributedSampler must be positive int!") if sampler.get_num_samples() is not None: raise ValueError("The parameter num_samples of DistributedSampler is not support to be set!") self.dataset_size = None self._sampler = sampler cumulative_samples_nums = 0 for index, child in enumerate(self.children): if hasattr(child, 'sampler') and child.sampler.get_num_samples() is not None: raise ValueError("The parameter NumSamples of %s is not support to be set!" % child) if isinstance(child, BatchDataset): raise TypeError("The parameter %s of concat must not be BatchDataset!" % child) # if child is mappable and the length is greater than 0 if not self._children_flag_and_nums[index][0] and self._children_flag_and_nums[index][1]: tem_value = cumulative_samples_nums + self._children_flag_and_nums[index][1] if not self._children_flag_and_nums[index][1] >= sampler.num_shards: if tem_value < sampler.num_shards: self._children_start_end_index_[index][0] = cumulative_samples_nums self._children_start_end_index_[index][1] = tem_value else: self._children_start_end_index_[index][0] = cumulative_samples_nums self._children_start_end_index_[index][1] = tem_value % sampler.num_shards tem_sampler = copy.deepcopy(sampler) tem_sampler.set_offset(cumulative_samples_nums) child.use_sampler(tem_sampler) cumulative_samples_nums += self.children_sizes_[index] cumulative_samples_nums %= sampler.num_shards class RenameDataset(Dataset): """ The result of applying Rename operator to the input Dataset. Args: input_dataset (Dataset): Input Dataset to be Renamed. input_columns (Union[str, list[str]]): List of names of the input columns. output_columns (Union[str, list[str]]): List of names of the output columns. """ def __init__(self, input_dataset, input_columns, output_columns): super().__init__(children=input_dataset) self.input_column_names = to_list(input_columns) self.output_column_names = to_list(output_columns) def parse(self, children=None): return cde.RenameNode(children[0], self.input_column_names, self.output_column_names) def to_list(items): if items is None: return [] if isinstance(items, tuple): return list(items) if not isinstance(items, list): return [items] return items class ProjectDataset(Dataset): """ The result of applying Project operator to the input Dataset. Args: input_dataset (Dataset): Input Dataset to be Projected. columns (Union[str, list[str]]): List of names of the columns to project. """ def __init__(self, input_dataset, columns): super().__init__(children=input_dataset) self.columns = to_list(columns) def parse(self, children=None): return cde.ProjectNode(children[0], self.columns) class _ToDevice: """ Internal class to handle sending data to device. """ def __init__(self, dataset, num_epochs): ir_tree, self.api_tree = dataset.create_ir_tree() self._runtime_context = cde.PythonRuntimeContext() self._runtime_context.Init() self._to_device = cde.ToDevice(num_epochs) self._to_device.Init(ir_tree) self._runtime_context.AssignConsumer(self._to_device) ITERATORS_LIST.append(weakref.ref(self)) _unset_iterator_cleanup() def send(self): self._to_device.Send() def stop_send(self): """ send stop send signal to pipeline, it is used when end of sequence is sent at the epoch end. """ self._to_device.StopSend() def continue_send(self): """ send continue send signal to pipeline, it is used when end of sequence is sent at the epoch end. """ self._to_device.ContinueSend() def get_data_info(self): """ Get type and shape of current batch. """ return self._to_device.GetDataInfo() def release(self): """ Manually terminate Device Queue instead of relying on out of scope destruction. """ if hasattr(self, '_runtime_context') and self._runtime_context: if hasattr(self, '_to_device') and self._to_device: self._runtime_context.Terminate() del self._to_device del self._runtime_context def __deepcopy__(self, memodict): return self class TransferDataset(Dataset): """ The result of applying TDT operator to the input Dataset. Args: input_dataset (Dataset): Input Dataset to be transferred. send_epoch_end (bool, optional): Whether to send end of sequence to device or not (default=True). create_data_info_queue (bool, optional): Whether to create queue which stores types and shapes of data or not (default=False). Raises: TypeError: If device_type is empty. ValueError: If device_type is not 'Ascend', 'GPU' or 'CPU'. RuntimeError: If dataset is unknown. """ def __init__(self, input_dataset, send_epoch_end=True, create_data_info_queue=False): super().__init__(children=input_dataset) self.queue_name = str(uuid.uuid1()) self.device_type = context.get_context("device_target") if context else "CPU" self.device_id = context.get_context("device_id") if context else 0 self._send_epoch_end = replace_none(send_epoch_end, True) self._create_data_info_queue = create_data_info_queue self._to_device = None def parse(self, children=None): total_batch = 0 if hasattr(self.children[0], "__total_batch__"): total_batch = self.children[0].__total_batch__ return cde.TransferNode(children[0], self.queue_name, self.device_type, self.device_id, self._send_epoch_end, total_batch, self._create_data_info_queue) def create_dict_iterator(self, num_epochs=-1, output_numpy=False): raise RuntimeError("TransferDataset is not iterable.") def create_tuple_iterator(self, columns=None, num_epochs=-1, output_numpy=False, do_copy=True): raise RuntimeError("TransferDataset is not iterable.") def __iter__(self): raise RuntimeError("TransferDataset is not iterable.") def output_shapes(self): raise RuntimeError("TransferDataset does not support obtaining output_shapes.") def output_types(self): raise RuntimeError("TransferDataset does not support obtaining output_types.") @check_to_device_send def send(self, num_epochs=-1): """ Send to device """ if Dataset._noop_mode(): return if self._to_device is not None: del self._to_device self._to_device = _ToDevice(self, num_epochs) self._to_device.send() def stop_send(self): if self._to_device is not None: self._to_device.stop_send() def continue_send(self): if self._to_device is not None: self._to_device.continue_send() def get_data_info(self): """ Get type and shape of current batch """ if self._to_device is not None: return self._to_device.get_data_info() raise RuntimeError("Calling get_data_info with bad state.") def release(self): """ Manually terminate Device Queue instead of relying on out of scope destruction. """ if self._to_device is not None: self._to_device.release() class RangeDataset(MappableDataset): """ A source dataset that reads and parses datasets stored on disk in a range. Args: start (int): Starting index. stop (int): Ending index. step (int): Step size in the range specified by start and stop. """ def __init__(self, start, stop, step): super().__init__() self.start = start self.stop = stop self.step = step def parse(self, children=None): raise NotImplementedError("Dataset has to implement parse method.") def is_shuffled(self): return False def is_sharded(self): return False def get_dataset_size(self): if self.dataset_size is None: self.dataset_size = math.ceil((self.stop - self.start) / self.step) return self.dataset_size
[docs]class ImageFolderDataset(MappableDataset): """ A source dataset that reads images from a tree of directories. All images within one folder have the same label. The generated dataset has two columns: :py:obj:`[image, label]`. The tensor of column :py:obj:`image` is of the uint8 type. The tensor of column :py:obj:`label` is of a scalar of uint32 type. Args: dataset_dir (str): Path to the root directory that contains the dataset. num_samples (int, optional): The number of images to be included in the dataset (default=None, all images). num_parallel_workers (int, optional): Number of workers to read the data (default=None, set in the config). shuffle (bool, optional): Whether or not to perform shuffle on the dataset (default=None, expected order behavior shown in the table). sampler (Sampler, optional): Object used to choose samples from the dataset (default=None, expected order behavior shown in the table). extensions (list[str], optional): List of file extensions to be included in the dataset (default=None). class_indexing (dict, optional): A str-to-int mapping from folder name to index (default=None, the folder names will be sorted alphabetically and each class will be given a unique index starting from 0). decode (bool, optional): Decode the images after reading (default=False). num_shards (int, optional): Number of shards that the dataset will be divided into (default=None). When this argument is specified, `num_samples` reflects the maximum sample number of per shard. shard_id (int, optional): The shard ID within num_shards (default=None). This argument can only be specified when num_shards is also specified. cache (DatasetCache, optional): Use tensor caching service to speed up dataset processing. (default=None, which means no cache is used). Raises: RuntimeError: If dataset_dir does not contain data files. RuntimeError: If num_parallel_workers exceeds the max thread numbers. RuntimeError: If sampler and shuffle are specified at the same time. RuntimeError: If sampler and sharding are specified at the same time. RuntimeError: If num_shards is specified but shard_id is None. RuntimeError: If shard_id is specified but num_shards is None. RuntimeError: If class_indexing is not a dictionary. ValueError: If shard_id is invalid (< 0 or >= num_shards). Note: - The shape of the image column is [image_size] if decode flag is False, or [H,W,C] otherwise. - This dataset can take in a `sampler`. `sampler` and `shuffle` are mutually exclusive. The table below shows what input arguments are allowed and their expected behavior. .. list-table:: Expected Order Behavior of Using `sampler` and `shuffle` :widths: 25 25 50 :header-rows: 1 * - Parameter `sampler` - Parameter `shuffle` - Expected Order Behavior * - None - None - random order * - None - True - random order * - None - False - sequential order * - Sampler object - None - order defined by sampler * - Sampler object - True - not allowed * - Sampler object - False - not allowed Examples: >>> image_folder_dataset_dir = "/path/to/image_folder_dataset_directory" >>> >>> # 1) Read all samples (image files) in image_folder_dataset_dir with 8 threads >>> dataset = ds.ImageFolderDataset(dataset_dir=image_folder_dataset_dir, ... num_parallel_workers=8) >>> >>> # 2) Read all samples (image files) from folder cat and folder dog with label 0 and 1 >>> dataset = ds.ImageFolderDataset(dataset_dir=image_folder_dataset_dir, ... class_indexing={"cat":0, "dog":1}) >>> >>> # 3) Read all samples (image files) in image_folder_dataset_dir with extensions .JPEG and .png (case sensitive) >>> dataset = ds.ImageFolderDataset(dataset_dir=image_folder_dataset_dir, ... extensions=[".JPEG", ".png"]) About ImageFolderDataset: You can construct the following directory structure from your dataset files and read by MindSpore's API. .. code-block:: . └── image_folder_dataset_directory ├── class1 │ ├── 000000000001.jpg │ ├── 000000000002.jpg │ ├── ... ├── class2 │ ├── 000000000001.jpg │ ├── 000000000002.jpg │ ├── ... ├── class3 │ ├── 000000000001.jpg │ ├── 000000000002.jpg │ ├── ... ├── classN ├── ... """ @check_imagefolderdataset def __init__(self, dataset_dir, num_samples=None, num_parallel_workers=None, shuffle=None, sampler=None, extensions=None, class_indexing=None, decode=False, num_shards=None, shard_id=None, cache=None): super().__init__(num_parallel_workers=num_parallel_workers, sampler=sampler, num_samples=num_samples, shuffle=shuffle, num_shards=num_shards, shard_id=shard_id, cache=cache) self.dataset_dir = dataset_dir self.extensions = replace_none(extensions, []) self.class_indexing = replace_none(class_indexing, {}) self.decode = replace_none(decode, False) def parse(self, children=None): return cde.ImageFolderNode(self.dataset_dir, self.decode, self.sampler, self.extensions, self.class_indexing)
[docs]class MnistDataset(MappableDataset): """ A source dataset for reading and parsing the MNIST dataset. The generated dataset has two columns :py:obj:`[image, label]`. The tensor of column :py:obj:`image` is of the uint8 type. The tensor of column :py:obj:`label` is a scalar of the uint32 type. Args: dataset_dir (str): Path to the root directory that contains the dataset. usage (str, optional): Usage of this dataset, can be `train`, `test` or `all` . `train` will read from 60,000 train samples, `test` will read from 10,000 test samples, `all` will read from all 70,000 samples. (default=None, will read all samples) num_samples (int, optional): The number of images to be included in the dataset (default=None, will read all images). num_parallel_workers (int, optional): Number of workers to read the data (default=None, will use value set in the config). shuffle (bool, optional): Whether or not to perform shuffle on the dataset (default=None, expected order behavior shown in the table). sampler (Sampler, optional): Object used to choose samples from the dataset (default=None, expected order behavior shown in the table). num_shards (int, optional): Number of shards that the dataset will be divided into (default=None). When this argument is specified, `num_samples` reflects the maximum sample number of per shard. shard_id (int, optional): The shard ID within `num_shards` (default=None). This argument can only be specified when `num_shards` is also specified. cache (DatasetCache, optional): Use tensor caching service to speed up dataset processing. (default=None, which means no cache is used). Raises: RuntimeError: If dataset_dir does not contain data files. RuntimeError: If num_parallel_workers exceeds the max thread numbers. RuntimeError: If sampler and shuffle are specified at the same time. RuntimeError: If sampler and sharding are specified at the same time. RuntimeError: If num_shards is specified but shard_id is None. RuntimeError: If shard_id is specified but num_shards is None. ValueError: If shard_id is invalid (< 0 or >= num_shards). Note: - This dataset can take in a `sampler`. `sampler` and `shuffle` are mutually exclusive. The table below shows what input arguments are allowed and their expected behavior. .. list-table:: Expected Order Behavior of Using `sampler` and `shuffle` :widths: 25 25 50 :header-rows: 1 * - Parameter `sampler` - Parameter `shuffle` - Expected Order Behavior * - None - None - random order * - None - True - random order * - None - False - sequential order * - Sampler object - None - order defined by sampler * - Sampler object - True - not allowed * - Sampler object - False - not allowed Examples: >>> mnist_dataset_dir = "/path/to/mnist_dataset_directory" >>> >>> # Read 3 samples from MNIST dataset >>> dataset = ds.MnistDataset(dataset_dir=mnist_dataset_dir, num_samples=3) >>> >>> # Note: In mnist_dataset dataset, each dictionary has keys "image" and "label" About MNIST dataset: The MNIST database of handwritten digits has a training set of 60,000 examples, and a test set of 10,000 examples. It is a subset of a larger set available from NIST. The digits have been size-normalized and centered in a fixed-size image. Here is the original MNIST dataset structure. You can unzip the dataset files into this directory structure and read by MindSpore's API. .. code-block:: . └── mnist_dataset_dir ├── t10k-images-idx3-ubyte ├── t10k-labels-idx1-ubyte ├── train-images-idx3-ubyte └── train-labels-idx1-ubyte Citation: .. code-block:: @article{lecun2010mnist, title = {MNIST handwritten digit database}, author = {LeCun, Yann and Cortes, Corinna and Burges, CJ}, journal = {ATT Labs [Online]}, volume = {2}, year = {2010}, howpublished = {http://yann.lecun.com/exdb/mnist} } """ @check_mnist_cifar_dataset def __init__(self, dataset_dir, usage=None, num_samples=None, num_parallel_workers=None, shuffle=None, sampler=None, num_shards=None, shard_id=None, cache=None): super().__init__(num_parallel_workers=num_parallel_workers, sampler=sampler, num_samples=num_samples, shuffle=shuffle, num_shards=num_shards, shard_id=shard_id, cache=cache) self.dataset_dir = dataset_dir self.usage = replace_none(usage, "all") def parse(self, children=None): return cde.MnistNode(self.dataset_dir, self.usage, self.sampler)
[docs]class MindDataset(MappableDataset): """ A source dataset for reading and parsing MindRecord dataset. The columns of generated dataset depend on the source MindRecord files. Args: dataset_file (Union[str, list[str]]): If dataset_file is a str, it represents for a file name of one component of a mindrecord source, other files with identical source in the same path will be found and loaded automatically. If dataset_file is a list, it represents for a list of dataset files to be read directly. columns_list (list[str], optional): List of columns to be read (default=None). num_parallel_workers (int, optional): The number of readers (default=None). shuffle (Union[bool, Shuffle level], optional): Perform reshuffling of the data every epoch (default=None, performs global shuffle). If shuffle is False, no shuffling will be performed; If shuffle is True, the behavior is the same as setting shuffle to be Shuffle.GLOBAL Otherwise, there are three levels of shuffling: - Shuffle.GLOBAL: Global shuffle of all rows of data in dataset. - Shuffle.FILES: Shuffle the file sequence but keep the order of data within each file. - Shuffle.INFILE: Keep the file sequence the same but shuffle the data within each file. num_shards (int, optional): Number of shards that the dataset will be divided into (default=None). When this argument is specified, 'num_samples' reflects the maximum sample number of per shard. shard_id (int, optional): The shard ID within num_shards (default=None). This argument can only be specified when num_shards is also specified. sampler (Sampler, optional): Object used to choose samples from the dataset (default=None, sampler is exclusive with shuffle and block_reader). Support list: SubsetRandomSampler, PkSampler, RandomSampler, SequentialSampler, DistributedSampler. padded_sample (dict, optional): Samples will be appended to dataset, where keys are the same as column_list. num_padded (int, optional): Number of padding samples. Dataset size plus num_padded should be divisible by num_shards. num_samples (int, optional): The number of samples to be included in the dataset (default=None, all samples). cache (DatasetCache, optional): Use tensor caching service to speed up dataset processing. (default=None, which means no cache is used). Raises: RuntimeError: If dataset_files are not valid or do not exist. RuntimeError: If num_parallel_workers exceeds the max thread numbers. RuntimeError: If num_shards is specified but shard_id is None. RuntimeError: If shard_id is specified but num_shards is None. ValueError: If shard_id is invalid (< 0 or >= num_shards). Note: - This dataset can take in a `sampler`. `sampler` and `shuffle` are mutually exclusive. The table below shows what input arguments are allowed and their expected behavior. .. list-table:: Expected Order Behavior of Using `sampler` and `shuffle` :widths: 25 25 50 :header-rows: 1 * - Parameter `sampler` - Parameter `shuffle` - Expected Order Behavior * - None - None - random order * - None - True - random order * - None - False - sequential order * - Sampler object - None - order defined by sampler * - Sampler object - True - not allowed * - Sampler object - False - not allowed Examples: >>> mind_dataset_dir = ["/path/to/mind_dataset_file"] # contains 1 or multiple MindRecord files >>> dataset = ds.MindDataset(dataset_file=mind_dataset_dir) """ def parse(self, children=None): return cde.MindDataNode(self.dataset_file, self.columns_list, self.sampler, self.new_padded_sample, self.num_padded, shuffle_to_shuffle_mode(self.shuffle_option)) @check_minddataset def __init__(self, dataset_file, columns_list=None, num_parallel_workers=None, shuffle=None, num_shards=None, shard_id=None, sampler=None, padded_sample=None, num_padded=None, num_samples=None, cache=None): if shuffle is not None and not isinstance(shuffle, (bool, Shuffle)): raise TypeError("shuffle must be of boolean or enum of 'Shuffle' values like 'Shuffle.GLOBAL' or " "'Shuffle.FILES' or 'Shuffle.INFILE'.") self.shuffle_option = shuffle super().__init__(num_parallel_workers=num_parallel_workers, sampler=sampler, num_samples=num_samples, shuffle=shuffle_to_bool(shuffle), num_shards=num_shards, shard_id=shard_id, cache=cache) if isinstance(dataset_file, list): self.load_dataset = False else: self.load_dataset = True self.dataset_file = dataset_file self.columns_list = replace_none(columns_list, []) if shuffle is False: logger.warning("WARN: global shuffle is not used.") if sampler is not None: if isinstance(sampler, ( samplers.SubsetRandomSampler, samplers.SubsetSampler, samplers.PKSampler, samplers.DistributedSampler, samplers.RandomSampler, samplers.SequentialSampler)) is False: raise ValueError("The sampler is not supported yet.") self.padded_sample = padded_sample self.num_padded = replace_none(num_padded, 0) self.new_padded_sample = {} if padded_sample: for k, v in padded_sample.items(): if isinstance(v, np.ndarray): self.new_padded_sample[k] = v.tobytes() else: self.new_padded_sample[k] = v
def _iter_fn(dataset, num_samples): """ Generator function wrapper for iterable dataset. """ if num_samples is not None and num_samples != 0: ds_iter = iter(dataset) for _ in range(num_samples): try: val = next(ds_iter) except StopIteration: return # convert output tensors to ndarrays yield _convert_row(val) else: for val in dataset: # convert output tensors to ndarrays yield _convert_row(val) def _generator_fn(generator, num_samples): """ Generator function wrapper for generator function dataset. """ if num_samples is not None and num_samples != 0: gen_iter = generator() for _ in range(num_samples): try: val = next(gen_iter) except StopIteration: return yield val else: gen_iter = generator() for val in gen_iter: yield val def _cpp_sampler_fn(sample_ids, dataset): """ Generator function wrapper for mappable dataset with cpp sampler. """ if not isinstance(sample_ids, np.ndarray): raise RuntimeError("Sample IDs are not in a numpy array.") if sample_ids.size == 0: raise RuntimeError("Sampler passed an empty sample IDs list.") for i in sample_ids: val = dataset[i] # convert output tensors to ndarrays yield _convert_row(val) def _cpp_sampler_fn_mp(sample_ids, sample_fn): """ Multiprocessing generator function wrapper for mappable dataset with cpp sampler. """ if not isinstance(sample_ids, np.ndarray): raise RuntimeError("Sample IDs are not in a numpy array.") if sample_ids.size == 0: raise RuntimeError("Sampler passed an empty sample IDs list.") return sample_fn.process(sample_ids) def _fill_worker_indices(workers, indices, idx): """ Worker index queue filler, fill worker index queue in round robin order. """ num_worker = len(workers) while idx < len(indices): try: workers[idx % num_worker].put(indices[idx]) idx += 1 except queue.Full: break return idx def _check_shm_usage(num_worker, queue_size, max_rowsize, num_queues=1): """ Check sufficient shared memory is available for shared memory queues when training in parallel mode. """ threshold_ratio = 0.8 if platform.system() != "Windows" and _get_device_num() >= 1: shm_estimate_usage = _get_device_num() * num_worker * num_queues * \ (queue_size + 2) * max_rowsize * 1024 * 1024 try: shm_available = psutil.disk_usage('/dev/shm').free if shm_estimate_usage >= threshold_ratio * shm_available: raise RuntimeError( "Insufficient shared memory available. Required: {}, Available: {}. " "The required memory can't exceed 80% of the available shared memory. " "Recommend to set_enable_shared_mem to False, reduce max_rowsize or reduce num_parallel_workers." .format(shm_estimate_usage, shm_available)) except FileNotFoundError: logger.warning("Expected /dev/shm to exist.") def _convert_row(row): """ Convert Op return value to numpy """ value = [] # convert each column in row into numpy array for x in row: if isinstance(x, bytes): # got image bytes from a file value.append(np.frombuffer(x, np.uint8)) elif isinstance(x, Tensor): # got mindspore.Tensor value.append(x.asnumpy()) else: value.append(np.array(x, copy=False)) return tuple(value) class SamplerFn: """ Multiprocessing or multithread generator function wrapper master process. """ def __init__(self, dataset, num_worker, multi_process, max_rowsize): self.workers = [] self.num_worker = num_worker self.multi_process = multi_process self.need_join = False self.ppid = os.getpid() self.pids = [] # Event for end of epoch if multi_process is True: try: self.eof = multiprocessing.Event() except Exception: raise RuntimeError("Init multiprocessing.Event() failed, This might be caused by insufficient shm," + " and the recommended shm size is at least 5 GB.") else: self.eof = threading.Event() # Create workers # get default queue size and adjust queuesize per worker if there are large # workers queue_size = get_prefetch_size() queue_size = min(queue_size, queue_size * 4 // num_worker) queue_size = max(2, queue_size) if multi_process and get_enable_shared_mem(): _check_shm_usage(num_worker, queue_size, max_rowsize) for _ in range(num_worker): if multi_process is True: try: worker = _GeneratorWorkerMp(dataset, self.eof, max_rowsize, queue_size) except Exception: raise RuntimeError("Init multiprocessing.Queue() failed, This might be caused by insufficient shm," + " and the recommended shm size is at least 5 GB.") worker.daemon = True # When multi processes fork a subprocess, the lock of the main process is copied to the subprocess, # which may cause deadlock. Therefore, the subprocess startup is performed in che initialization phase. # In this phase, the main process is not locked. worker.start() self.pids.append(worker.pid) self.need_join = True else: worker = _GeneratorWorkerMt(dataset, self.eof) worker.daemon = True self.workers.append(worker) if multi_process is True and platform.system().lower() != 'windows': self.eot = threading.Event() self.watch_dog = threading.Thread(target=_watch_dog, args=(self.eot, self.pids)) self.watch_dog.daemon = True self.watch_dog.start() def process(self, indices): """ The main process, start the child process or child thread, and fill the index queue. Get the result and return. """ for w in self.workers: # Check whether the queue of the subprocess is empty. if not w.queue_empty(): raise Exception("The queue of the subprocess is not empty.") # Start all workers if not w.is_alive(): w.start() # Fill initial index queues idx_cursor = 0 idx_cursor = _fill_worker_indices(self.workers, indices, idx_cursor) # Fetch results for i in range(len(indices)): if self.eof.is_set(): self._stop_subprocess() return if self.multi_process is True and not psutil.pid_exists(self.workers[i % self.num_worker].pid): self._stop_subprocess() return # Fetch result and put index try: result = self.workers[i % self.num_worker].get() if isinstance(result, ExceptionHandler): result.reraise() except queue.Empty: self._stop_subprocess() raise Exception("Generator worker process timeout.") except KeyboardInterrupt: self._stop_subprocess() raise Exception("Generator worker receives KeyboardInterrupt.") if self.eof.is_set(): self._stop_subprocess() return if idx_cursor < len(indices): idx_cursor = _fill_worker_indices(self.workers, indices, idx_cursor) yield _convert_row(result) def _stop_subprocess(self): # Only the main process can call join if self.need_join is True and self.ppid == os.getpid(): self.eof.set() self.need_join = False for w in self.workers: if psutil.pid_exists(w.pid): w.join() self._abort_watchdog() def _abort_watchdog(self): if hasattr(self, 'eot') and self.eot is not None and not self.eot.is_set(): self.eot.set() def __del__(self): self._stop_subprocess() def _subprocess_handle(eof, signum, frame): threading.Thread(target=eof.set()).start() def _generator_worker_loop(dataset, idx_queue, result_queue, eof, is_multiprocessing): """ Multithread or multiprocess generator worker process loop. """ if is_multiprocessing: signal.signal(signal.SIGTERM, partial(_subprocess_handle, eof)) while True: # Fetch index, block try: idx = idx_queue.get(timeout=1) except KeyboardInterrupt: if is_multiprocessing: eof.set() idx_queue.cancel_join_thread() result_queue.cancel_join_thread() raise Exception("Generator worker receives KeyboardInterrupt.") except queue.Empty: if eof.is_set(): if is_multiprocessing: idx_queue.cancel_join_thread() result_queue.cancel_join_thread() return # If end-of-file (eof) is not set, continue to get data from idx_queue continue if idx is None: # When the queue is out of scope from master process, a None item can be fetched from the queue. # Upon receiving None, worker process should check if eof is set. if not eof.is_set(): raise Exception("") return if eof.is_set(): if is_multiprocessing: idx_queue.cancel_join_thread() result_queue.cancel_join_thread() return # Fetch data, any exception from __getitem__ will terminate worker and timeout master process try: result = dataset[idx] except Exception: result = ExceptionHandler(where="in GeneratorDataset worker process") # Send data, block while True: try: result_queue.put(result, timeout=5) except KeyboardInterrupt: if is_multiprocessing: eof.set() idx_queue.cancel_join_thread() result_queue.cancel_join_thread() raise Exception("Generator worker receives KeyboardInterrupt.") except queue.Full: if eof.is_set(): if is_multiprocessing: idx_queue.cancel_join_thread() result_queue.cancel_join_thread() return # If eof is not set, continue to put data to result_queue continue break del result, idx class _GeneratorWorkerMt(threading.Thread): """ Worker process for multi-thread Generator. """ def __init__(self, dataset, eof): self.idx_queue = queue.Queue(16) self.res_queue = queue.Queue(16) super().__init__(target=_generator_worker_loop, args=(dataset, self.idx_queue, self.res_queue, eof, False)) def put(self, item): """ Put function for worker index queue. Never block. Raise queue.Full on failure. """ self.idx_queue.put_nowait(item) def get(self): """ Get function for worker result queue. Block with timeout. """ return self.res_queue.get(timeout=30) def queue_empty(self): if not self.idx_queue.empty(): logger.warning("idx_queue is not empty") return False if not self.res_queue.empty(): logger.warning("res_queue is not empty") return False return True class _GeneratorWorkerMp(multiprocessing.Process): """ Worker process for multiprocess Generator. """ def __init__(self, dataset, eof, max_rowsize, queue_size): self.idx_queue = multiprocessing.Queue(queue_size) if get_enable_shared_mem(): self.res_queue = _SharedQueue(queue_size, max_rowsize=max_rowsize) else: self.res_queue = multiprocessing.Queue(queue_size) self.idx_queue._joincancelled = True # pylint: disable=W0212 self.res_queue._joincancelled = True # pylint: disable=W0212 super().__init__(target=_generator_worker_loop, args=(dataset, self.idx_queue, self.res_queue, eof, True)) def put(self, item): """ Put function for worker index queue. Never block. Raise queue.Full on failure. """ self.idx_queue.put_nowait(item) def get(self): """ Get function for worker result queue. Block with timeout. """ # Relax 10s to 30s, since it sometimes will cause "Generator worker process timeout" # when we run too many iterators with infinite epoch(num_epoch=-1) return self.res_queue.get(timeout=30) def queue_empty(self): if not self.idx_queue.empty(): logger.warning("idx_queue is not empty.") return False if not self.res_queue.empty(): logger.warning("res_queue is not empty.") return False return True
[docs]class GeneratorDataset(MappableDataset): """ A source dataset that generates data from Python by invoking Python data source each epoch. The column names and column types of generated dataset depend on Python data defined by users. Args: source (Union[Callable, Iterable, Random Accessible]): A generator callable object, an iterable Python object or a random accessible Python object. Callable source is required to return a tuple of NumPy arrays as a row of the dataset on source().next(). Iterable source is required to return a tuple of NumPy arrays as a row of the dataset on iter(source).next(). Random accessible source is required to return a tuple of NumPy arrays as a row of the dataset on source[idx]. column_names (Union[str, list[str]], optional): List of column names of the dataset (default=None). Users are required to provide either column_names or schema. column_types (list[mindspore.dtype], optional): List of column data types of the dataset (default=None). If provided, sanity check will be performed on generator output. schema (Union[Schema, str], optional): Path to the JSON schema file or schema object (default=None). Users are required to provide either column_names or schema. If both are provided, schema will be used. num_samples (int, optional): The number of samples to be included in the dataset (default=None, all images). num_parallel_workers (int, optional): Number of subprocesses used to fetch the dataset in parallel (default=1). shuffle (bool, optional): Whether or not to perform shuffle on the dataset. Random accessible input is required. (default=None, expected order behavior shown in the table). sampler (Union[Sampler, Iterable], optional): Object used to choose samples from the dataset. Random accessible input is required (default=None, expected order behavior shown in the table). num_shards (int, optional): Number of shards that the dataset will be divided into (default=None). Random accessible input is required. When this argument is specified, `num_samples` reflects the maximum sample number of per shard. shard_id (int, optional): The shard ID within num_shards (default=None). This argument must be specified only when num_shards is also specified. Random accessible input is required. python_multiprocessing (bool, optional): Parallelize Python operations with multiple worker process. This option could be beneficial if the Python operation is computational heavy (default=True). max_rowsize(int, optional): Maximum size of row in MB that is used for shared memory allocation to copy data between processes. This is only used if python_multiprocessing is set to True (default 6 MB). Raises: RuntimeError: If source raises an exception during execution. RuntimeError: If len of column_names does not match output len of source. RuntimeError: If num_parallel_workers exceeds the max thread numbers. RuntimeError: If sampler and shuffle are specified at the same time. RuntimeError: If sampler and sharding are specified at the same time. RuntimeError: If num_shards is specified but shard_id is None. RuntimeError: If shard_id is specified but num_shards is None. ValueError: If shard_id is invalid (< 0 or >= num_shards). Note: - This dataset can take in a `sampler`. `sampler` and `shuffle` are mutually exclusive. The table below shows what input arguments are allowed and their expected behavior. .. list-table:: Expected Order Behavior of Using `sampler` and `shuffle` :widths: 25 25 50 :header-rows: 1 * - Parameter `sampler` - Parameter `shuffle` - Expected Order Behavior * - None - None - random order * - None - True - random order * - None - False - sequential order * - Sampler object - None - order defined by sampler * - Sampler object - True - not allowed * - Sampler object - False - not allowed Examples: >>> import numpy as np >>> >>> # 1) Multidimensional generator function as callable input. >>> def generator_multidimensional(): ... for i in range(64): ... yield (np.array([[i, i + 1], [i + 2, i + 3]]),) >>> >>> dataset = ds.GeneratorDataset(source=generator_multidimensional, column_names=["multi_dimensional_data"]) >>> >>> # 2) Multi-column generator function as callable input. >>> def generator_multi_column(): ... for i in range(64): ... yield np.array([i]), np.array([[i, i + 1], [i + 2, i + 3]]) >>> >>> dataset = ds.GeneratorDataset(source=generator_multi_column, column_names=["col1", "col2"]) >>> >>> # 3) Iterable dataset as iterable input. >>> class MyIterable: ... def __init__(self): ... self._index = 0 ... self._data = np.random.sample((5, 2)) ... self._label = np.random.sample((5, 1)) ... ... def __next__(self): ... if self._index >= len(self._data): ... raise StopIteration ... else: ... item = (self._data[self._index], self._label[self._index]) ... self._index += 1 ... return item ... ... def __iter__(self): ... self._index = 0 ... return self ... ... def __len__(self): ... return len(self._data) >>> >>> dataset = ds.GeneratorDataset(source=MyIterable(), column_names=["data", "label"]) >>> >>> # 4) Random accessible dataset as random accessible input. >>> class MyAccessible: ... def __init__(self): ... self._data = np.random.sample((5, 2)) ... self._label = np.random.sample((5, 1)) ... ... def __getitem__(self, index): ... return self._data[index], self._label[index] ... ... def __len__(self): ... return len(self._data) >>> >>> dataset = ds.GeneratorDataset(source=MyAccessible(), column_names=["data", "label"]) >>> >>> # list, dict, tuple of Python is also random accessible >>> dataset = ds.GeneratorDataset(source=[(np.array(0),), (np.array(1),), (np.array(2),)], column_names=["col"]) """ @check_generatordataset def __init__(self, source, column_names=None, column_types=None, schema=None, num_samples=None, num_parallel_workers=1, shuffle=None, sampler=None, num_shards=None, shard_id=None, python_multiprocessing=True, max_rowsize=6): super().__init__(num_parallel_workers=num_parallel_workers, sampler=sampler, num_samples=num_samples, shuffle=shuffle, num_shards=num_shards, shard_id=shard_id) self.source = source self.prepared_source = None # source to be sent to C++ self.python_multiprocessing = python_multiprocessing self.column_names = to_list(column_names) if column_types is not None: self.column_types = mstypelist_to_detypelist(column_types) else: self.column_types = [] self.schema = schema if schema is not None: self.schema = schema if not isinstance(schema, Schema): self.schema = Schema(schema) # Move get dataset_size by len from parse to here, because self.source will # lose attribution of '__len__' after deepcopy. self.source_len = -1 # unknown if hasattr(self.source, "__len__"): self.source_len = len(self.source) self.max_rowsize = max_rowsize self.sample_fn = None def __deepcopy__(self, memodict): if id(self) in memodict: return memodict[id(self)] new_op = self.__safe_deepcopy__(memodict, exclude=("source", "__transfer_dataset__")) sample_fn = None if new_op.sampler is not None and hasattr(self.source, "__getitem__"): # The reason why there is a try catch here is because when the new op is being constructed with shared # memory enabled, there will be an exception thrown if there is not enough shared memory available if self.source_len == -1: raise RuntimeError("Attempt to construct a random access dataset, '__len__' method is required!") try: if new_op.num_parallel_workers > 1: sample_fn = SamplerFn(self.source, new_op.num_parallel_workers, self.python_multiprocessing, self.max_rowsize) new_op.prepared_source = (lambda sample_ids: _cpp_sampler_fn_mp(sample_ids, sample_fn)) else: new_op.prepared_source = (lambda sample_ids: _cpp_sampler_fn(sample_ids, self.source)) new_op.sample_fn = sample_fn except RuntimeError as e: raise Exception(str(e)) else: try: new_op.sampler = None new_op.sample_fn = sample_fn new_op.source_len = min(new_op.source_len, new_op.num_samples) if new_op.num_samples != 0 else new_op.source_len iter(self.source) except TypeError: # Use generator function if input callable new_op.prepared_source = (lambda: _generator_fn(self.source, new_op.num_samples)) else: # Use iterator function if input is iterable # Random accessible input is also iterable new_op.prepared_source = (lambda: _iter_fn(self.source, new_op.num_samples)) return new_op def is_shuffled(self): return self.sampler.is_shuffled() def is_sharded(self): return self.sampler.is_sharded() def parse(self, children=None): if self.schema is None: return cde.GeneratorNode(self.prepared_source, self.column_names, self.column_types, self.source_len, self.sampler, self.num_parallel_workers) schema = self.schema if isinstance(schema, Schema): schema = self.schema.cpp_schema return cde.GeneratorNode(self.prepared_source, schema, self.source_len, self.sampler, self.num_parallel_workers)
[docs]class TFRecordDataset(SourceDataset): """ A source dataset for reading and parsing datasets stored on disk in TFData format. The columns of generated dataset depend on the source TFRecord files. Args: dataset_files (Union[str, list[str]]): String or list of files to be read or glob strings to search for a pattern of files. The list will be sorted in a lexicographical order. schema (Union[str, Schema], optional): Path to the JSON schema file or schema object (default=None). If the schema is not provided, the meta data from the TFData file is considered the schema. columns_list (list[str], optional): List of columns to be read (default=None, read all columns). num_samples (int, optional): The number of samples (rows) to be included in the dataset (default=None). If num_samples is None and numRows(parsed from schema) does not exist, read the full dataset; If num_samples is None and numRows(parsed from schema) is greater than 0, read numRows rows; If both num_samples and numRows(parsed from schema) are greater than 0, read num_samples rows. num_parallel_workers (int, optional): Number of workers to read the data (default=None, number set in the config). shuffle (Union[bool, Shuffle level], optional): Perform reshuffling of the data every epoch (default=Shuffle.GLOBAL). If shuffle is False, no shuffling will be performed; If shuffle is True, the behavior is the same as setting shuffle to be Shuffle.GLOBAL Otherwise, there are two levels of shuffling: - Shuffle.GLOBAL: Shuffle both the files and samples. - Shuffle.FILES: Shuffle files only. num_shards (int, optional): Number of shards that the dataset will be divided into (default=None). When this argument is specified, `num_samples` reflects the maximum sample number of per shard. shard_id (int, optional): The shard ID within num_shards (default=None). This argument can only be specified when num_shards is also specified. shard_equal_rows (bool, optional): Get equal rows for all shards(default=False). If shard_equal_rows is false, number of rows of each shard may be not equal, and may lead to a failure in distributed training. When the number of samples of per TFRecord file are not equal, it is suggested to set to true. This argument should only be specified when num_shards is also specified. cache (DatasetCache, optional): Use tensor caching service to speed up dataset processing. (default=None, which means no cache is used). Raises: RuntimeError: If dataset_files are not valid or do not exist. RuntimeError: If num_parallel_workers exceeds the max thread numbers. RuntimeError: If num_shards is specified but shard_id is None. RuntimeError: If shard_id is specified but num_shards is None. ValueError: If shard_id is invalid (< 0 or >= num_shards). Examples: >>> from mindspore import dtype as mstype >>> >>> tfrecord_dataset_dir = ["/path/to/tfrecord_dataset_file"] # contains 1 or multiple TFRecord files >>> tfrecord_schema_file = "/path/to/tfrecord_schema_file" >>> >>> # 1) Get all rows from tfrecord_dataset_dir with no explicit schema. >>> # The meta-data in the first row will be used as a schema. >>> dataset = ds.TFRecordDataset(dataset_files=tfrecord_dataset_dir) >>> >>> # 2) Get all rows from tfrecord_dataset_dir with user-defined schema. >>> schema = ds.Schema() >>> schema.add_column(name='col_1d', de_type=mstype.int64, shape=[2]) >>> dataset = ds.TFRecordDataset(dataset_files=tfrecord_dataset_dir, schema=schema) >>> >>> # 3) Get all rows from tfrecord_dataset_dir with schema file. >>> dataset = ds.TFRecordDataset(dataset_files=tfrecord_dataset_dir, schema=tfrecord_schema_file) """ @check_tfrecorddataset def __init__(self, dataset_files, schema=None, columns_list=None, num_samples=None, num_parallel_workers=None, shuffle=Shuffle.GLOBAL, num_shards=None, shard_id=None, shard_equal_rows=False, cache=None): super().__init__(num_parallel_workers=num_parallel_workers, num_samples=num_samples, shuffle=shuffle, num_shards=num_shards, shard_id=shard_id, cache=cache) self.dataset_files = self._find_files(dataset_files) self.dataset_files.sort() self.schema = schema self.columns_list = replace_none(columns_list, []) self.shard_equal_rows = replace_none(shard_equal_rows, False) if self.schema is not None and (self.num_samples is None or self.num_samples == 0): self.num_samples = Schema.get_num_rows(self.schema) def parse(self, children=None): schema = self.schema.cpp_schema if isinstance(self.schema, Schema) else self.schema return cde.TFRecordNode(self.dataset_files, schema, self.columns_list, self.num_samples, self.shuffle_flag, self.num_shards, self.shard_id, self.shard_equal_rows)
[docs]class ManifestDataset(MappableDataset): """ A source dataset for reading images from a Manifest file. The generated dataset has two columns: :py:obj:`[image, label]`. The tensor of column :py:obj:`image` is of the uint8 type. The tensor of column :py:obj:`label` is of a scalar of uint64 type. Args: dataset_file (str): File to be read. usage (str, optional): Acceptable usages include `train`, `eval` and `inference` (default=`train`). num_samples (int, optional): The number of images to be included in the dataset. (default=None, will include all images). num_parallel_workers (int, optional): Number of workers to read the data (default=None, will use value set in the config). shuffle (bool, optional): Whether to perform shuffle on the dataset (default=None, expected order behavior shown in the table). sampler (Sampler, optional): Object used to choose samples from the dataset (default=None, expected order behavior shown in the table). class_indexing (dict, optional): A str-to-int mapping from label name to index (default=None, the folder names will be sorted alphabetically and each class will be given a unique index starting from 0). decode (bool, optional): decode the images after reading (default=False). num_shards (int, optional): Number of shards that the dataset will be divided into (default=None). When this argument is specified, `num_samples` reflects the max number of samples per shard. shard_id (int, optional): The shard ID within `num_shards` (default=None). This argument can only be specified when `num_shards` is also specified. cache (DatasetCache, optional): Use tensor caching service to speed up dataset processing. (default=None, which means no cache is used). Raises: RuntimeError: If dataset_files are not valid or do not exist. RuntimeError: If num_parallel_workers exceeds the max thread numbers. RuntimeError: If sampler and shuffle are specified at the same time. RuntimeError: If sampler and sharding are specified at the same time. RuntimeError: If num_shards is specified but shard_id is None. RuntimeError: If shard_id is specified but num_shards is None. RuntimeError: If class_indexing is not a dictionary. ValueError: If shard_id is invalid (< 0 or >= num_shards). Note: - The shape of the image column is [image_size] if decode flag is False, or [H,W,C] otherwise. - This dataset can take in a `sampler`. `sampler` and `shuffle` are mutually exclusive. The table below shows what input arguments are allowed and their expected behavior. .. list-table:: Expected Order Behavior of Using `sampler` and `shuffle` :widths: 25 25 50 :header-rows: 1 * - Parameter `sampler` - Parameter `shuffle` - Expected Order Behavior * - None - None - random order * - None - True - random order * - None - False - sequential order * - Sampler object - None - order defined by sampler * - Sampler object - True - not allowed * - Sampler object - False - not allowed Examples: >>> manifest_dataset_dir = "/path/to/manifest_dataset_file" >>> >>> # 1) Read all samples specified in manifest_dataset_dir dataset with 8 threads for training >>> dataset = ds.ManifestDataset(dataset_file=manifest_dataset_dir, usage="train", num_parallel_workers=8) >>> >>> # 2) Read samples (specified in manifest_file.manifest) for shard 0 in a 2-way distributed training setup >>> dataset = ds.ManifestDataset(dataset_file=manifest_dataset_dir, num_shards=2, shard_id=0) """ @check_manifestdataset def __init__(self, dataset_file, usage="train", num_samples=None, num_parallel_workers=None, shuffle=None, sampler=None, class_indexing=None, decode=False, num_shards=None, shard_id=None, cache=None): super().__init__(num_parallel_workers=num_parallel_workers, sampler=sampler, num_samples=num_samples, shuffle=shuffle, num_shards=num_shards, shard_id=shard_id, cache=cache) self.dataset_file = dataset_file self.decode = replace_none(decode, False) self.usage = replace_none(usage, "train") self.class_indexing = replace_none(class_indexing, {}) def parse(self, children=None): return cde.ManifestNode(self.dataset_file, self.usage, self.sampler, self.class_indexing, self.decode)
[docs] def get_class_indexing(self): """ Get the class index. Returns: dict, a str-to-int mapping from label name to index. Examples: >>> manifest_dataset_dir = "/path/to/manifest_dataset_file" >>> >>> dataset = ds.ManifestDataset(dataset_file=manifest_dataset_dir) >>> class_indexing = dataset.get_class_indexing() """ if self.class_indexing is None or not self.class_indexing: if self._class_indexing is None: runtime_getter = self._init_tree_getters() self._class_indexing = runtime_getter[0].GetClassIndexing() self.class_indexing = {} for pair in self._class_indexing: self.class_indexing[pair[0]] = pair[1][0] return self.class_indexing
[docs]class Cifar10Dataset(MappableDataset): """ A source dataset for reading and parsing Cifar10 dataset. This api only supports parsing Cifar10 file in binary version now. The generated dataset has two columns :py:obj:`[image, label]`. The tensor of column :py:obj:`image` is of the uint8 type. The tensor of column :py:obj:`label` is a scalar of the uint32 type. Args: dataset_dir (str): Path to the root directory that contains the dataset. usage (str, optional): Usage of this dataset, can be `train`, `test` or `all` . `train` will read from 50,000 train samples, `test` will read from 10,000 test samples, `all` will read from all 60,000 samples (default=None, all samples). num_samples (int, optional): The number of images to be included in the dataset (default=None, all images). num_parallel_workers (int, optional): Number of workers to read the data (default=None, number set in the config). shuffle (bool, optional): Whether to perform shuffle on the dataset (default=None, expected order behavior shown in the table). sampler (Sampler, optional): Object used to choose samples from the dataset (default=None, expected order behavior shown in the table). num_shards (int, optional): Number of shards that the dataset will be divided into (default=None). When this argument is specified, `num_samples` reflects the maximum sample number of per shard. shard_id (int, optional): The shard ID within num_shards (default=None). This argument can only be specified when num_shards is also specified. cache (DatasetCache, optional): Use tensor caching service to speed up dataset processing. (default=None, which means no cache is used). Raises: RuntimeError: If dataset_dir does not contain data files. RuntimeError: If num_parallel_workers exceeds the max thread numbers. RuntimeError: If sampler and shuffle are specified at the same time. RuntimeError: If sampler and sharding are specified at the same time. RuntimeError: If num_shards is specified but shard_id is None. RuntimeError: If shard_id is specified but num_shards is None. ValueError: If shard_id is invalid (< 0 or >= num_shards). Note: - This dataset can take in a `sampler`. `sampler` and `shuffle` are mutually exclusive. The table below shows what input arguments are allowed and their expected behavior. .. list-table:: Expected Order Behavior of Using `sampler` and `shuffle` :widths: 25 25 50 :header-rows: 1 * - Parameter `sampler` - Parameter `shuffle` - Expected Order Behavior * - None - None - random order * - None - True - random order * - None - False - sequential order * - Sampler object - None - order defined by sampler * - Sampler object - True - not allowed * - Sampler object - False - not allowed Examples: >>> cifar10_dataset_dir = "/path/to/cifar10_dataset_directory" >>> >>> # 1) Get all samples from CIFAR10 dataset in sequence >>> dataset = ds.Cifar10Dataset(dataset_dir=cifar10_dataset_dir, shuffle=False) >>> >>> # 2) Randomly select 350 samples from CIFAR10 dataset >>> dataset = ds.Cifar10Dataset(dataset_dir=cifar10_dataset_dir, num_samples=350, shuffle=True) >>> >>> # 3) Get samples from CIFAR10 dataset for shard 0 in a 2-way distributed training >>> dataset = ds.Cifar10Dataset(dataset_dir=cifar10_dataset_dir, num_shards=2, shard_id=0) >>> >>> # In CIFAR10 dataset, each dictionary has keys "image" and "label" About CIFAR-10 dataset: The CIFAR-10 dataset consists of 60000 32x32 colour images in 10 classes, with 6000 images per class. There are 50000 training images and 10000 test images. The 10 different classes represent airplanes, cars, birds, cats, deer, dogs, frogs, horses, ships, and trucks. Here is the original CIFAR-10 dataset structure. You can unzip the dataset files into the following directory structure and read by MindSpore's API. .. code-block:: . └── cifar-10-batches-bin ├── data_batch_1.bin ├── data_batch_2.bin ├── data_batch_3.bin ├── data_batch_4.bin ├── data_batch_5.bin ├── test_batch.bin ├── readme.html └── batches.meta.txt Citation: .. code-block:: @techreport{Krizhevsky09, author = {Alex Krizhevsky}, title = {Learning multiple layers of features from tiny images}, institution = {}, year = {2009}, howpublished = {http://www.cs.toronto.edu/~kriz/cifar.html} } """ @check_mnist_cifar_dataset def __init__(self, dataset_dir, usage=None, num_samples=None, num_parallel_workers=None, shuffle=None, sampler=None, num_shards=None, shard_id=None, cache=None): super().__init__(num_parallel_workers=num_parallel_workers, sampler=sampler, num_samples=num_samples, shuffle=shuffle, num_shards=num_shards, shard_id=shard_id, cache=cache) self.dataset_dir = dataset_dir self.usage = replace_none(usage, "all") def parse(self, children=None): return cde.Cifar10Node(self.dataset_dir, self.usage, self.sampler)
[docs]class Cifar100Dataset(MappableDataset): """ A source dataset for reading and parsing Cifar100 dataset. The generated dataset has three columns :py:obj:`[image, coarse_label, fine_label]`. The tensor of column :py:obj:`image` is of the uint8 type. The tensor of column :py:obj:`coarse_label` and :py:obj:`fine_labels` are each a scalar of uint32 type. Args: dataset_dir (str): Path to the root directory that contains the dataset. usage (str, optional): Usage of this dataset, can be `train`, `test` or `all` . `train` will read from 50,000 train samples, `test` will read from 10,000 test samples, `all` will read from all 60,000 samples (default=None, all samples). num_samples (int, optional): The number of images to be included in the dataset (default=None, all images). num_parallel_workers (int, optional): Number of workers to read the data (default=None, number set in the config). shuffle (bool, optional): Whether to perform shuffle on the dataset (default=None, expected order behavior shown in the table). sampler (Sampler, optional): Object used to choose samples from the dataset (default=None, expected order behavior shown in the table). num_shards (int, optional): Number of shards that the dataset will be divided into (default=None). When this argument is specified, 'num_samples' reflects the maximum sample number of per shard. shard_id (int, optional): The shard ID within num_shards (default=None). This argument can only be specified when num_shards is also specified. cache (DatasetCache, optional): Use tensor caching service to speed up dataset processing. (default=None, which means no cache is used). Raises: RuntimeError: If dataset_dir does not contain data files. RuntimeError: If num_parallel_workers exceeds the max thread numbers. RuntimeError: If sampler and shuffle are specified at the same time. RuntimeError: If sampler and sharding are specified at the same time. RuntimeError: If num_shards is specified but shard_id is None. RuntimeError: If shard_id is specified but num_shards is None. ValueError: If shard_id is invalid (< 0 or >= num_shards). Note: - This dataset can take in a `sampler`. `sampler` and `shuffle` are mutually exclusive. The table below shows what input arguments are allowed and their expected behavior. .. list-table:: Expected Order Behavior of Using `sampler` and shuffle :widths: 25 25 50 :header-rows: 1 * - Parameter `sampler` - Parameter `shuffle` - Expected Order Behavior * - None - None - random order * - None - True - random order * - None - False - sequential order * - Sampler object - None - order defined by sampler * - Sampler object - True - not allowed * - Sampler object - False - not allowed Examples: >>> cifar100_dataset_dir = "/path/to/cifar100_dataset_directory" >>> >>> # 1) Get all samples from CIFAR100 dataset in sequence >>> dataset = ds.Cifar100Dataset(dataset_dir=cifar100_dataset_dir, shuffle=False) >>> >>> # 2) Randomly select 350 samples from CIFAR100 dataset >>> dataset = ds.Cifar100Dataset(dataset_dir=cifar100_dataset_dir, num_samples=350, shuffle=True) >>> >>> # In CIFAR100 dataset, each dictionary has 3 keys: "image", "fine_label" and "coarse_label" About CIFAR-100 dataset: This dataset is just like the CIFAR-10, except it has 100 classes containing 600 images each. There are 500 training images and 100 testing images per class. The 100 classes in the CIFAR-100 are grouped into 20 superclasses. Each image comes with a "fine" label (the class to which it belongs) and a "coarse" label (the superclass to which it belongs). Here is the original CIFAR-100 dataset structure. You can unzip the dataset files into the following directory structure and read by MindSpore's API. .. code-block:: . └── cifar-100-binary ├── train.bin ├── test.bin ├── fine_label_names.txt └── coarse_label_names.txt Citation: .. code-block:: @techreport{Krizhevsky09, author = {Alex Krizhevsky}, title = {Learning multiple layers of features from tiny images}, institution = {}, year = {2009}, howpublished = {http://www.cs.toronto.edu/~kriz/cifar.html} } """ @check_mnist_cifar_dataset def __init__(self, dataset_dir, usage=None, num_samples=None, num_parallel_workers=None, shuffle=None, sampler=None, num_shards=None, shard_id=None, cache=None): super().__init__(num_parallel_workers=num_parallel_workers, sampler=sampler, num_samples=num_samples, shuffle=shuffle, num_shards=num_shards, shard_id=shard_id, cache=cache) self.dataset_dir = dataset_dir self.usage = replace_none(usage, "all") def parse(self, children=None): return cde.Cifar100Node(self.dataset_dir, self.usage, self.sampler)
class RandomDataset(SourceDataset): """ A source dataset that generates random data. Args: total_rows (int, optional): Number of samples for the dataset to generate (default=None, number of samples is random). schema (Union[str, Schema], optional): Path to the JSON schema file or schema object (default=None). If the schema is not provided, the random dataset generates a random schema. columns_list (list[str], optional): List of columns to be read (default=None, read all columns) num_samples (int, optional): The number of samples to be included in the dataset (default=None, all samples). num_parallel_workers (int, optional): Number of workers to read the data (default=None, number set in the config). cache (DatasetCache, optional): Use tensor caching service to speed up dataset processing. (default=None, which means no cache is used). shuffle (bool, optional): Whether or not to perform shuffle on the dataset (default=None, expected order behavior shown in the table). num_shards (int, optional): Number of shards that the dataset will be divided into (default=None). When this argument is specified, 'num_samples' reflects the maximum sample number of per shard. shard_id (int, optional): The shard ID within num_shards (default=None). This argument can only be specified when num_shards is also specified. """ @check_random_dataset def __init__(self, total_rows=None, schema=None, columns_list=None, num_samples=None, num_parallel_workers=None, cache=None, shuffle=None, num_shards=None, shard_id=None): super().__init__(num_parallel_workers=num_parallel_workers, num_samples=num_samples, shuffle=shuffle, num_shards=num_shards, shard_id=shard_id, cache=cache) self.total_rows = total_rows if schema is not None: self.total_rows = replace_none(total_rows, Schema.get_num_rows(schema)) self.schema = schema self.columns_list = replace_none(columns_list, []) def parse(self, children=None): schema = self.schema.cpp_schema if isinstance(self.schema, Schema) else self.schema return cde.RandomNode(self.total_rows, schema, self.columns_list)
[docs]class Schema: """ Class to represent a schema of a dataset. Args: schema_file(str): Path of the schema file (default=None). Returns: Schema object, schema info about dataset. Raises: RuntimeError: If schema file failed to load. Examples: >>> from mindspore import dtype as mstype >>> >>> # Create schema; specify column name, mindspore.dtype and shape of the column >>> schema = ds.Schema() >>> schema.add_column(name='col1', de_type=mstype.int64, shape=[2]) """ @check_schema def __init__(self, schema_file=None): self.schema_file = replace_none(schema_file, "") self.cpp_schema = cde.SchemaObj(self.schema_file)
[docs] @check_add_column def add_column(self, name, de_type, shape=None): """ Add new column to the schema. Args: name (str): The new name of the column. de_type (str): Data type of the column. shape (list[int], optional): Shape of the column (default=None, [-1] which is an unknown shape of rank 1). Raises: ValueError: If column type is unknown. """ if isinstance(de_type, typing.Type): de_type = mstype_to_detype(de_type) col_type = str(de_type) else: col_type = str(cde.DataType(de_type)) if shape is None: self.cpp_schema.add_column(name, col_type) else: self.cpp_schema.add_column(name, col_type, shape)
[docs] def parse_columns(self, columns): """ Parse the columns and add it to self. Args: columns (Union[dict, list[dict], tuple[dict]]): Dataset attribute information, decoded from schema file. - list[dict], 'name' and 'type' must be in keys, 'shape' optional. - dict, columns.keys() as name, columns.values() is dict, and 'type' inside, 'shape' optional. Raises: RuntimeError: If failed to parse columns. RuntimeError: If column's name field is missing. RuntimeError: If column's type field is missing. Examples: >>> schema = Schema() >>> columns1 = [{'name': 'image', 'type': 'int8', 'shape': [3, 3]}, >>> {'name': 'label', 'type': 'int8', 'shape': [1]}] >>> schema.parse_columns(columns1) >>> columns2 = {'image': {'shape': [3, 3], 'type': 'int8'}, 'label': {'shape': [1], 'type': 'int8'}} >>> schema.parse_columns(columns2) """ self.cpp_schema.parse_columns(json.dumps(columns, indent=2))
[docs] def to_json(self): """ Get a JSON string of the schema. Returns: str, JSON string of the schema. """ return self.cpp_schema.to_json()
[docs] def from_json(self, json_obj): """ Get schema file from JSON object. Args: json_obj(dictionary): Object of JSON parsed. Raises: RuntimeError: if there is unknown item in the object. RuntimeError: if dataset type is missing in the object. RuntimeError: if columns are missing in the object. """ self.cpp_schema.from_string(json.dumps(json_obj, indent=2))
def __str__(self): return self.to_json() @staticmethod def get_num_rows(schema): schema_obj = schema if not isinstance(schema_obj, Schema): schema_obj = Schema(schema_obj) return schema_obj.cpp_schema.get_num_rows()
class USPSDataset(SourceDataset): """ A source dataset for reading and parsing the USPS dataset. The generated dataset has two columns: :py:obj:`[image, label]`. The tensor of column :py:obj:`image` is of the uint8 type. The tensor of column :py:obj:`label` is of a scalar of uint32 type. Args: dataset_dir (str): Path to the root directory that contains the dataset. usage (str, optional): Usage of this dataset, can be "train", "test" or "all". "train" will read from 7,291 train samples, "test" will read from 2,007 test samples, "all" will read from all 9,298 samples. (default=None, will read all samples) num_samples (int, optional): The number of images to be included in the dataset (default=None, will read all images). num_parallel_workers (int, optional): Number of workers to read the data (default=None, will use value set in the config). shuffle (Union[bool, Shuffle level], optional): Perform reshuffling of the data every epoch (default=Shuffle.GLOBAL). If shuffle is False, no shuffling will be performed; If shuffle is True, the behavior is the same as setting shuffle to be Shuffle.GLOBAL Otherwise, there are two levels of shuffling: - Shuffle.GLOBAL: Shuffle both the files and samples. - Shuffle.FILES: Shuffle files only. num_shards (int, optional): Number of shards that the dataset will be divided into (default=None). When this argument is specified, `num_samples` reflects the max sample number of per shard. shard_id (int, optional): The shard ID within `num_shards` (default=None). This argument can only be specified when `num_shards` is also specified. cache (DatasetCache, optional): Use tensor caching service to speed up dataset processing. (default=None, which means no cache is used). Raises: RuntimeError: If dataset_dir is not valid or does not exist or does not contain data files. RuntimeError: If num_parallel_workers exceeds the max thread numbers. RuntimeError: If sampler and shuffle are specified at the same time. RuntimeError: If sampler and sharding are specified at the same time. RuntimeError: If num_shards is specified but shard_id is None. RuntimeError: If shard_id is specified but num_shards is None. ValueError: If usage is invalid. ValueError: If shard_id is invalid (< 0 or >= num_shards). Examples: >>> usps_dataset_dir = "/path/to/usps_dataset_directory" >>> >>> # Read 3 samples from USPS dataset >>> dataset = ds.USPSDataset(dataset_dir=usps_dataset_dir, num_samples=3) >>> >>> # Note: In USPS dataset, each dictionary has keys "image" and "label" About USPS dataset: USPS is a digit dataset automatically scanned from envelopes by the U.S. Postal Service containing a total of 9,298 16×16 pixel grayscale samples. The images are centered, normalized and show a broad range of font styles. Here is the original USPS dataset structure. You can download and unzip the dataset files into this directory structure and read by MindSpore's API. .. code-block:: . └── usps_dataset_dir ├── usps ├── usps.t Citation: .. code-block:: @article{hull1994database, title={A database for handwritten text recognition research}, author={Hull, Jonathan J.}, journal={IEEE Transactions on pattern analysis and machine intelligence}, volume={16}, number={5}, pages={550--554}, year={1994}, publisher={IEEE} } """ @check_usps_dataset def __init__(self, dataset_dir, usage=None, num_samples=None, num_parallel_workers=None, shuffle=Shuffle.GLOBAL, num_shards=None, shard_id=None, cache=None): super().__init__(num_parallel_workers=num_parallel_workers, num_samples=num_samples, shuffle=shuffle, num_shards=num_shards, shard_id=shard_id, cache=cache) self.dataset_dir = dataset_dir self.usage = replace_none(usage, "all") def parse(self, children=None): return cde.USPSNode(self.dataset_dir, self.usage, self.num_samples, self.shuffle_flag, self.num_shards, self.shard_id)
[docs]class VOCDataset(MappableDataset): """ A source dataset for reading and parsing VOC dataset. The generated dataset with different task setting has different output columns: - task = :py:obj:`Detection`, output columns: :py:obj:`[image, dtype=uint8]`, :py:obj:`[bbox, dtype=float32]`, \ :py:obj:`[label, dtype=uint32]`, :py:obj:`[difficult, dtype=uint32]`, :py:obj:`[truncate, dtype=uint32]`. - task = :py:obj:`Segmentation`, output columns: :py:obj:`[image, dtype=uint8]`, :py:obj:`[target,dtype=uint8]`. Args: dataset_dir (str): Path to the root directory that contains the dataset. task (str, optional): Set the task type of reading voc data, now only support `Segmentation` or `Detection` (default=`Segmentation`). usage (str, optional): Set the task type of ImageSets(default=`train`). If task is `Segmentation`, image and annotation list will be loaded in ./ImageSets/Segmentation/usage + ".txt"; If task is `Detection`, image and annotation list will be loaded in ./ImageSets/Main/usage + ".txt"; if task and usage are not set, image and annotation list will be loaded in ./ImageSets/Segmentation/train.txt as default. class_indexing (dict, optional): A str-to-int mapping from label name to index, only valid in `Detection` task (default=None, the folder names will be sorted alphabetically and each class will be given a unique index starting from 0). num_samples (int, optional): The number of images to be included in the dataset (default=None, all images). num_parallel_workers (int, optional): Number of workers to read the data (default=None, number set in the config). shuffle (bool, optional): Whether to perform shuffle on the dataset (default=None, expected order behavior shown in the table). decode (bool, optional): Decode the images after reading (default=False). sampler (Sampler, optional): Object used to choose samples from the dataset (default=None, expected order behavior shown in the table). num_shards (int, optional): Number of shards that the dataset will be divided into (default=None). When this argument is specified, `num_samples` reflects the maximum sample number of per shard. shard_id (int, optional): The shard ID within num_shards (default=None). This argument can only be specified when num_shards is also specified. cache (DatasetCache, optional): Use tensor caching service to speed up dataset processing. (default=None, which means no cache is used). extra_metadata(bool, optional): Flag to add extra meta-data to row. If True, an additional column named :py:obj:`[_meta-filename, dtype=string]` will be output at the end (default=False). Raises: RuntimeError: If dataset_dir does not contain data files. RuntimeError: If num_parallel_workers exceeds the max thread numbers. RuntimeError: If xml of Annotations is an invalid format. RuntimeError: If xml of Annotations loss attribution of `object`. RuntimeError: If xml of Annotations loss attribution of `bndbox`. RuntimeError: If sampler and shuffle are specified at the same time. RuntimeError: If sampler and sharding are specified at the same time. RuntimeError: If num_shards is specified but shard_id is None. RuntimeError: If shard_id is specified but num_shards is None. ValueError: If task is not equal 'Segmentation' or 'Detection'. ValueError: If task equal 'Segmentation' but class_indexing is not None. ValueError: If txt related to mode is not exist. ValueError: If shard_id is invalid (< 0 or >= num_shards). Note: - Column '[_meta-filename, dtype=string]' won't be output unless an explicit rename dataset op is added to remove the prefix('_meta-'). - This dataset can take in a `sampler`. `sampler` and `shuffle` are mutually exclusive. The table below shows what input arguments are allowed and their expected behavior. .. list-table:: Expected Order Behavior of Using `sampler` and `shuffle` :widths: 25 25 50 :header-rows: 1 * - Parameter `sampler` - Parameter `shuffle` - Expected Order Behavior * - None - None - random order * - None - True - random order * - None - False - sequential order * - Sampler object - None - order defined by sampler * - Sampler object - True - not allowed * - Sampler object - False - not allowed Examples: >>> voc_dataset_dir = "/path/to/voc_dataset_directory" >>> >>> # 1) Read VOC data for segmentation training >>> dataset = ds.VOCDataset(dataset_dir=voc_dataset_dir, task="Segmentation", usage="train") >>> >>> # 2) Read VOC data for detection training >>> dataset = ds.VOCDataset(dataset_dir=voc_dataset_dir, task="Detection", usage="train") >>> >>> # 3) Read all VOC dataset samples in voc_dataset_dir with 8 threads in random order >>> dataset = ds.VOCDataset(dataset_dir=voc_dataset_dir, task="Detection", usage="train", ... num_parallel_workers=8) >>> >>> # 4) Read then decode all VOC dataset samples in voc_dataset_dir in sequence >>> dataset = ds.VOCDataset(dataset_dir=voc_dataset_dir, task="Detection", usage="train", ... decode=True, shuffle=False) >>> >>> # In VOC dataset, if task='Segmentation', each dictionary has keys "image" and "target" >>> # In VOC dataset, if task='Detection', each dictionary has keys "image" and "annotation" About VOC dataset. The PASCAL Visual Object Classes (VOC) challenge is a benchmark in visual object category recognition and detection, providing the vision and machine learning communities with a standard dataset of images and annotation, and standard evaluation procedures. You can unzip the original VOC-2012 dataset files into this directory structure and read by MindSpore's API. .. code-block:: . └── voc2012_dataset_dir ├── Annotations │ ├── 2007_000027.xml │ ├── 2007_000032.xml │ ├── ... ├── ImageSets │ ├── Action │ ├── Layout │ ├── Main │ └── Segmentation ├── JPEGImages │ ├── 2007_000027.jpg │ ├── 2007_000032.jpg │ ├── ... ├── SegmentationClass │ ├── 2007_000032.png │ ├── 2007_000033.png │ ├── ... └── SegmentationObject ├── 2007_000032.png ├── 2007_000033.png ├── ... Citation: .. code-block:: @article{Everingham10, author = {Everingham, M. and Van~Gool, L. and Williams, C. K. I. and Winn, J. and Zisserman, A.}, title = {The Pascal Visual Object Classes (VOC) Challenge}, journal = {International Journal of Computer Vision}, volume = {88}, year = {2012}, number = {2}, month = {jun}, pages = {303--338}, biburl = {http://host.robots.ox.ac.uk/pascal/VOC/pubs/everingham10.html#bibtex}, howpublished = {http://host.robots.ox.ac.uk/pascal/VOC/voc2012/index.html} } """ @check_vocdataset def __init__(self, dataset_dir, task="Segmentation", usage="train", class_indexing=None, num_samples=None, num_parallel_workers=None, shuffle=None, decode=False, sampler=None, num_shards=None, shard_id=None, cache=None, extra_metadata=False): super().__init__(num_parallel_workers=num_parallel_workers, sampler=sampler, num_samples=num_samples, shuffle=shuffle, num_shards=num_shards, shard_id=shard_id, cache=cache) self.dataset_dir = dataset_dir self.task = replace_none(task, "Segmentation") self.usage = replace_none(usage, "train") self.class_indexing = replace_none(class_indexing, {}) self.decode = replace_none(decode, False) self.extra_metadata = extra_metadata def parse(self, children=None): return cde.VOCNode(self.dataset_dir, self.task, self.usage, self.class_indexing, self.decode, self.sampler, self.extra_metadata)
[docs] def get_class_indexing(self): """ Get the class index. Returns: dict, a str-to-int mapping from label name to index. Examples: >>> voc_dataset_dir = "/path/to/voc_dataset_directory" >>> >>> dataset = ds.VOCDataset(dataset_dir=voc_dataset_dir) >>> class_indexing = dataset.get_class_indexing() """ if self.task != "Detection": raise NotImplementedError("Only 'Detection' support get_class_indexing.") if self.class_indexing is None or not self.class_indexing: if self._class_indexing is None: runtime_getter = self._init_tree_getters() self._class_indexing = runtime_getter[0].GetClassIndexing() self.class_indexing = {} for pair in self._class_indexing: self.class_indexing[pair[0]] = pair[1][0] return self.class_indexing
[docs]class CocoDataset(MappableDataset): """ A source dataset for reading and parsing COCO dataset. CocoDataset supports four kinds of tasks, which are Object Detection, Keypoint Detection, Stuff Segmentation and Panoptic Segmentation of 2017 Train/Val/Test dataset. The generated dataset with different task setting has different output columns: - task = :py:obj:`Detection`, output columns: :py:obj:`[image, dtype=uint8]`, :py:obj:`[bbox, dtype=float32]`, \ :py:obj:`[category_id, dtype=uint32]`, :py:obj:`[iscrowd, dtype=uint32]`. - task = :py:obj:`Stuff`, output columns: :py:obj:`[image, dtype=uint8]`, :py:obj:`[segmentation,dtype=float32]`, \ :py:obj:`[iscrowd,dtype=uint32]`. - task = :py:obj:`Keypoint`, output columns: :py:obj:`[image, dtype=uint8]`, \ :py:obj:`[keypoints, dtype=float32]`, :py:obj:`[num_keypoints, dtype=uint32]`. - task = :py:obj:`Panoptic`, output columns: :py:obj:`[image, dtype=uint8]`, :py:obj:`[bbox, dtype=float32]`, \ :py:obj:`[category_id, dtype=uint32]`, :py:obj:`[iscrowd, dtype=uint32]`, :py:obj:`[area, dtype=uint32]`. Args: dataset_dir (str): Path to the root directory that contains the dataset. annotation_file (str): Path to the annotation JSON file. task (str, optional): Set the task type for reading COCO data. Supported task types: `Detection`, `Stuff`, `Panoptic` and `Keypoint` (default=`Detection`). num_samples (int, optional): The number of images to be included in the dataset (default=None, all images). num_parallel_workers (int, optional): Number of workers to read the data (default=None, number set in the configuration file). shuffle (bool, optional): Whether to perform shuffle on the dataset (default=None, expected order behavior shown in the table). decode (bool, optional): Decode the images after reading (default=False). sampler (Sampler, optional): Object used to choose samples from the dataset (default=None, expected order behavior shown in the table). num_shards (int, optional): Number of shards that the dataset will be divided into (default=None). When this argument is specified, `num_samples` reflects the maximum sample number of per shard. shard_id (int, optional): The shard ID within num_shards (default=None). This argument can only be specified when num_shards is also specified. cache (DatasetCache, optional): Use tensor caching service to speed up dataset processing. (default=None, which means no cache is used). extra_metadata(bool, optional): Flag to add extra meta-data to row. If True, an additional column will be output at the end :py:obj:`[_meta-filename, dtype=string]` (default=False). Raises: RuntimeError: If dataset_dir does not contain data files. RuntimeError: If num_parallel_workers exceeds the max thread numbers. RuntimeError: If sampler and shuffle are specified at the same time. RuntimeError: If sampler and sharding are specified at the same time. RuntimeError: If num_shards is specified but shard_id is None. RuntimeError: If shard_id is specified but num_shards is None. RuntimeError: If parse JSON file failed. ValueError: If task is not in [`Detection`, `Stuff`, `Panoptic`, `Keypoint`]. ValueError: If annotation_file is not exist. ValueError: If dataset_dir is not exist. ValueError: If shard_id is invalid (< 0 or >= num_shards). Note: - Column '[_meta-filename, dtype=string]' won't be output unless an explicit rename dataset op is added to remove the prefix('_meta-'). - CocoDataset doesn't support PKSampler. - This dataset can take in a `sampler`. `sampler` and `shuffle` are mutually exclusive. The table below shows what input arguments are allowed and their expected behavior. .. list-table:: Expected Order Behavior of Using `sampler` and `shuffle` :widths: 25 25 50 :header-rows: 1 * - Parameter `sampler` - Parameter `shuffle` - Expected Order Behavior * - None - None - random order * - None - True - random order * - None - False - sequential order * - Sampler object - None - order defined by sampler * - Sampler object - True - not allowed * - Sampler object - False - not allowed Examples: >>> coco_dataset_dir = "/path/to/coco_dataset_directory/images" >>> coco_annotation_file = "/path/to/coco_dataset_directory/annotation_file" >>> >>> # 1) Read COCO data for Detection task >>> dataset = ds.CocoDataset(dataset_dir=coco_dataset_dir, ... annotation_file=coco_annotation_file, ... task='Detection') >>> >>> # 2) Read COCO data for Stuff task >>> dataset = ds.CocoDataset(dataset_dir=coco_dataset_dir, ... annotation_file=coco_annotation_file, ... task='Stuff') >>> >>> # 3) Read COCO data for Panoptic task >>> dataset = ds.CocoDataset(dataset_dir=coco_dataset_dir, ... annotation_file=coco_annotation_file, ... task='Panoptic') >>> >>> # 4) Read COCO data for Keypoint task >>> dataset = ds.CocoDataset(dataset_dir=coco_dataset_dir, ... annotation_file=coco_annotation_file, ... task='Keypoint') >>> >>> # In COCO dataset, each dictionary has keys "image" and "annotation" About COCO dataset: COCO(Microsoft Common Objects in Context) is a large-scale object detection, segmentation, and captioning dataset with several features: Object segmentation, Recognition in context, Superpixel stuff segmentation, 330K images (>200K labeled), 1.5 million object instances, 80 object categories, 91 stuff categories, 5 captions per image, 250,000 people with keypoints. In contrast to the popular ImageNet dataset, COCO has fewer categories but more instances in per category. You can unzip the original COCO-2017 dataset files into this directory structure and read by MindSpore's API. .. code-block:: . └── coco_dataset_directory ├── train2017 │ ├── 000000000009.jpg │ ├── 000000000025.jpg │ ├── ... ├── test2017 │ ├── 000000000001.jpg │ ├── 000000058136.jpg │ ├── ... ├── val2017 │ ├── 000000000139.jpg │ ├── 000000057027.jpg │ ├── ... └── annotations ├── captions_train2017.json ├── captions_val2017.json ├── instances_train2017.json ├── instances_val2017.json ├── person_keypoints_train2017.json └── person_keypoints_val2017.json Citation: .. code-block:: @article{DBLP:journals/corr/LinMBHPRDZ14, author = {Tsung{-}Yi Lin and Michael Maire and Serge J. Belongie and Lubomir D. Bourdev and Ross B. Girshick and James Hays and Pietro Perona and Deva Ramanan and Piotr Doll{\'{a}}r and C. Lawrence Zitnick}, title = {Microsoft {COCO:} Common Objects in Context}, journal = {CoRR}, volume = {abs/1405.0312}, year = {2014}, url = {http://arxiv.org/abs/1405.0312}, archivePrefix = {arXiv}, eprint = {1405.0312}, timestamp = {Mon, 13 Aug 2018 16:48:13 +0200}, biburl = {https://dblp.org/rec/journals/corr/LinMBHPRDZ14.bib}, bibsource = {dblp computer science bibliography, https://dblp.org} } """ @check_cocodataset def __init__(self, dataset_dir, annotation_file, task="Detection", num_samples=None, num_parallel_workers=None, shuffle=None, decode=False, sampler=None, num_shards=None, shard_id=None, cache=None, extra_metadata=False): super().__init__(num_parallel_workers=num_parallel_workers, sampler=sampler, num_samples=num_samples, shuffle=shuffle, num_shards=num_shards, shard_id=shard_id, cache=cache) self.dataset_dir = dataset_dir self.annotation_file = annotation_file self.task = replace_none(task, "Detection") self.decode = replace_none(decode, False) self.extra_metadata = extra_metadata def parse(self, children=None): return cde.CocoNode(self.dataset_dir, self.annotation_file, self.task, self.decode, self.sampler, self.extra_metadata)
[docs] def get_class_indexing(self): """ Get the class index. Returns: dict, a str-to-list<int> mapping from label name to index. Examples: >>> coco_dataset_dir = "/path/to/coco_dataset_directory/images" >>> coco_annotation_file = "/path/to/coco_dataset_directory/annotation_file" >>> >>> # Read COCO data for Detection task >>> dataset = ds.CocoDataset(dataset_dir=coco_dataset_dir, ... annotation_file=coco_annotation_file, ... task='Detection') >>> >>> class_indexing = dataset.get_class_indexing() """ if self.task not in {"Detection", "Panoptic"}: raise NotImplementedError("Only 'Detection' and 'Panoptic' support get_class_indexing.") if self._class_indexing is None: runtime_getter = self._init_tree_getters() self._class_indexing = dict(runtime_getter[0].GetClassIndexing()) return self._class_indexing
[docs]class CelebADataset(MappableDataset): """ A source dataset for reading and parsing CelebA dataset. Only support to read `list_attr_celeba.txt` currently, which is the attribute annotations of the dataset. The generated dataset has two columns: :py:obj:`[image, attr]`. The tensor of column :py:obj:`image` is of the uint8 type. The tensor of column :py:obj:`attr` is of the uint32 type and one hot encoded. Args: dataset_dir (str): Path to the root directory that contains the dataset. num_parallel_workers (int, optional): Number of workers to read the data (default=None, will use value set in the config). shuffle (bool, optional): Whether to perform shuffle on the dataset (default=None). usage (str, optional): Specify the `train`, `valid`, `test` part or `all` parts of dataset (default=`all`, will read all samples). sampler (Sampler, optional): Object used to choose samples from the dataset (default=None). decode (bool, optional): decode the images after reading (default=False). extensions (list[str], optional): List of file extensions to be included in the dataset (default=None). num_samples (int, optional): The number of images to be included in the dataset (default=None, will include all images). num_shards (int, optional): Number of shards that the dataset will be divided into (default=None). When this argument is specified, `num_samples` reflects the maximum sample number of per shard. shard_id (int, optional): The shard ID within `num_shards` (default=None). This argument can only be specified when `num_shards` is also specified. cache (DatasetCache, optional): Use tensor caching service to speed up dataset processing. (default=None, which means no cache is used). Raises: RuntimeError: If dataset_dir does not contain data files. RuntimeError: If num_parallel_workers exceeds the max thread numbers. RuntimeError: If sampler and shuffle are specified at the same time. RuntimeError: If sampler and sharding are specified at the same time. RuntimeError: If num_shards is specified but shard_id is None. RuntimeError: If shard_id is specified but num_shards is None. ValueError: If shard_id is invalid (< 0 or >= num_shards). Note: - This dataset can take in a `sampler`. `sampler` and `shuffle` are mutually exclusive. The table below shows what input arguments are allowed and their expected behavior. .. list-table:: Expected Order Behavior of Using `sampler` and `shuffle` :widths: 25 25 50 :header-rows: 1 * - Parameter `sampler` - Parameter `shuffle` - Expected Order Behavior * - None - None - random order * - None - True - random order * - None - False - sequential order * - Sampler object - None - order defined by sampler * - Sampler object - True - not allowed * - Sampler object - False - not allowed Examples: >>> celeba_dataset_dir = "/path/to/celeba_dataset_directory" >>> >>> # Read 5 samples from CelebA dataset >>> dataset = ds.CelebADataset(dataset_dir=celeba_dataset_dir, usage='train', num_samples=5) >>> >>> # Note: In celeba dataset, each data dictionary owns keys "image" and "attr" About CelebA dataset: CelebFaces Attributes Dataset (CelebA) is a large-scale face attributes dataset with more than 200K celebrity images, each with 40 attribute annotations. The images in this dataset cover large pose variations and background clutter. CelebA has large diversities, large quantities, and rich annotations, including * 10,177 number of identities, * 202,599 number of face images, and * 5 landmark locations, 40 binary attributes annotations per image. The dataset can be employed as the training and test sets for the following computer vision tasks: face attribute recognition, face detection, landmark (or facial part) localization, and face editing & synthesis. Original CelebA dataset structure: .. code-block:: . └── CelebA ├── README.md ├── Img │ ├── img_celeba.7z │ ├── img_align_celeba_png.7z │ └── img_align_celeba.zip ├── Eval │ └── list_eval_partition.txt └── Anno ├── list_landmarks_celeba.txt ├── list_landmarks_align_celeba.txt ├── list_bbox_celeba.txt ├── list_attr_celeba.txt └── identity_CelebA.txt You can unzip the dataset files into the following structure and read by MindSpore's API. .. code-block:: . └── celeba_dataset_directory ├── list_attr_celeba.txt ├── 000001.jpg ├── 000002.jpg ├── 000003.jpg ├── ... Citation: .. code-block:: @article{DBLP:journals/corr/LiuLWT14, author = {Ziwei Liu and Ping Luo and Xiaogang Wang and Xiaoou Tang}, title = {Deep Learning Face Attributes in the Wild}, journal = {CoRR}, volume = {abs/1411.7766}, year = {2014}, url = {http://arxiv.org/abs/1411.7766}, archivePrefix = {arXiv}, eprint = {1411.7766}, timestamp = {Tue, 10 Dec 2019 15:37:26 +0100}, biburl = {https://dblp.org/rec/journals/corr/LiuLWT14.bib}, bibsource = {dblp computer science bibliography, https://dblp.org}, howpublished = {http://mmlab.ie.cuhk.edu.hk/projects/CelebA.html} } """ @check_celebadataset def __init__(self, dataset_dir, num_parallel_workers=None, shuffle=None, usage='all', sampler=None, decode=False, extensions=None, num_samples=None, num_shards=None, shard_id=None, cache=None): super().__init__(num_parallel_workers=num_parallel_workers, sampler=sampler, num_samples=num_samples, shuffle=shuffle, num_shards=num_shards, shard_id=shard_id, cache=cache) self.dataset_dir = dataset_dir self.decode = replace_none(decode, False) self.extensions = replace_none(extensions, []) self.usage = replace_none(usage, "all") def parse(self, children=None): if self.usage != "all": dataset_dir = os.path.realpath(self.dataset_dir) partition_file = os.path.join(dataset_dir, "list_eval_partition.txt") if os.path.exists(partition_file) is False: raise RuntimeError("Partition file can not be found when usage is not 'all'.") return cde.CelebANode(self.dataset_dir, self.usage, self.sampler, self.decode, self.extensions)
[docs]class CLUEDataset(SourceDataset): """ A source dataset that reads and parses CLUE datasets. Supported CLUE classification tasks: `AFQMC`, `TNEWS`, `IFLYTEK`, `CMNLI`, `WSC` and `CSL`. The generated dataset with different task setting has different output columns: - task = :py:obj:`AFQMC` - usage = :py:obj:`train`, output columns: :py:obj:`[sentence1, dtype=string]`, \ :py:obj:`[sentence2, dtype=string]`, :py:obj:`[label, dtype=string]`. - usage = :py:obj:`test`, output columns: :py:obj:`[id, dtype=uint8]`, \ :py:obj:`[sentence1, dtype=string]`, :py:obj:`[sentence2, dtype=string]`. - usage = :py:obj:`eval`, output columns: :py:obj:`[sentence1, dtype=string]`, \ :py:obj:`[sentence2, dtype=string]`, :py:obj:`[label, dtype=string]`. - task = :py:obj:`TNEWS` - usage = :py:obj:`train`, output columns: :py:obj:`[label, dtype=string]`, \ :py:obj:`[label_des, dtype=string]`, :py:obj:`[sentence, dtype=string]`, :py:obj:`[keywords, dtype=string]`. - usage = :py:obj:`test`, output columns: :py:obj:`[label, dtype=string]`, \ :py:obj:`[label_des, dtype=string]`, :py:obj:`[sentence, dtype=string]`, :py:obj:`[keywords, dtype=string]`. - usage = :py:obj:`eval`, output columns: :py:obj:`[label, dtype=string]`, \ :py:obj:`[label_des, dtype=string]`, :py:obj:`[sentence, dtype=string]`, :py:obj:`[keywords, dtype=string]`. - task = :py:obj:`IFLYTEK` - usage = :py:obj:`train`, output columns: :py:obj:`[label, dtype=string]`, \ :py:obj:`[label_des, dtype=string]`, :py:obj:`[sentence, dtype=string]`. - usage = :py:obj:`test`, output columns: :py:obj:`[id, dtype=string]`, \ :py:obj:`[sentence, dtype=string]`. - usage = :py:obj:`eval`, output columns: :py:obj:`[label, dtype=string]`, \ :py:obj:`[label_des, dtype=string]`, :py:obj:`[sentence, dtype=string]`. - task = :py:obj:`CMNLI` - usage = :py:obj:`train`, output columns: :py:obj:`[sentence1, dtype=string]`, \ :py:obj:`[sentence2, dtype=string]`, :py:obj:`[label, dtype=string]`. - usage = :py:obj:`test`, output columns: :py:obj:`[id, dtype=uint8]`, \ :py:obj:`[sentence1, dtype=string]`, :py:obj:`[sentence2, dtype=string]`. - usage = :py:obj:`eval`, output columns: :py:obj:`[sentence1, dtype=string]`, \ :py:obj:`[sentence2, dtype=string]`, :py:obj:`[label, dtype=string]`. - task = :py:obj:`WSC` - usage = :py:obj:`train`, output columns: :py:obj:`[span1_index, dtype=uint8]`, \ :py:obj:`[span2_index, dtype=uint8]`, :py:obj:`[span1_text, dtype=string]`, \ :py:obj:`[span2_text, dtype=string]`, :py:obj:`[idx, dtype=uint8]`, \ :py:obj:`[text, dtype=string]`, :py:obj:`[label, dtype=string]`. - usage = output columns: :py:obj:`[span1_index, dtype=uint8]`, \ :py:obj:`[span2_index, dtype=uint8]`, :py:obj:`[span1_text, dtype=string]`, \ :py:obj:`[span2_text, dtype=string]`, :py:obj:`[idx, dtype=uint8]`, :py:obj:`[text, dtype=string]`. - usage = :py:obj:`eval`, output columns: :py:obj:`[span1_index, dtype=uint8]`, \ :py:obj:`[span2_index, dtype=uint8]`, :py:obj:`[span1_text, dtype=string]`, \ :py:obj:`[span2_text, dtype=string]`, :py:obj:`[idx, dtype=uint8]`, \ :py:obj:`[text, dtype=string]`, :py:obj:`[label, dtype=string]`. - task = :py:obj:`CSL` - usage = :py:obj:`train`, output columns: :py:obj:`[id, dtype=uint8]`, \ :py:obj:`[abst, dtype=string]`, :py:obj:`[keyword, dtype=string]`, :py:obj:`[label, dtype=string]`. - usage = :py:obj:`test`, output columns: :py:obj:`[id, dtype=uint8]`, \ :py:obj:`[abst, dtype=string]`, :py:obj:`[keyword, dtype=string]`. - usage = :py:obj:`eval`, output columns: :py:obj:`[id, dtype=uint8]`, \ :py:obj:`[abst, dtype=string]`, :py:obj:`[keyword, dtype=string]`, :py:obj:`[label, dtype=string]`. Args: dataset_files (Union[str, list[str]]): String or list of files to be read or glob strings to search for a pattern of files. The list will be sorted in a lexicographical order. task (str, optional): The kind of task, one of `AFQMC`, `TNEWS`, `IFLYTEK`, `CMNLI`, `WSC` and `CSL`. (default=AFQMC). usage (str, optional): Specify the `train`, `test` or `eval` part of dataset (default="train"). num_samples (int, optional): The number of samples to be included in the dataset (default=None, will include all images). num_parallel_workers (int, optional): Number of workers to read the data (default=None, number set in the config). shuffle (Union[bool, Shuffle level], optional): Perform reshuffling of the data every epoch (default=Shuffle.GLOBAL). If shuffle is False, no shuffling will be performed; If shuffle is True, the behavior is the same as setting shuffle to be Shuffle.GLOBAL Otherwise, there are two levels of shuffling: - Shuffle.GLOBAL: Shuffle both the files and samples. - Shuffle.FILES: Shuffle files only. num_shards (int, optional): Number of shards that the dataset will be divided into (default=None). When this argument is specified, `num_samples` reflects the maximum sample number of per shard. shard_id (int, optional): The shard ID within num_shards (default=None). This argument can only be specified when num_shards is also specified. cache (DatasetCache, optional): Use tensor caching service to speed up dataset processing. (default=None, which means no cache is used). Raises: RuntimeError: If dataset_files are not valid or do not exist. RuntimeError: If num_parallel_workers exceeds the max thread numbers. RuntimeError: If num_shards is specified but shard_id is None. RuntimeError: If shard_id is specified but num_shards is None. Examples: >>> clue_dataset_dir = ["/path/to/clue_dataset_file"] # contains 1 or multiple clue files >>> dataset = ds.CLUEDataset(dataset_files=clue_dataset_dir, task='AFQMC', usage='train') About CLUE dataset: CLUE, a Chinese Language Understanding Evaluation benchmark. It contains multiple tasks, including single-sentence classification, sentence pair classification, and machine reading comprehension. You can unzip the dataset files into the following structure and read by MindSpore's API, such as afqmc dataset: .. code-block:: . └── afqmc_public ├── train.json ├── test.json └── dev.json Citation: .. code-block:: @article{CLUEbenchmark, title = {CLUE: A Chinese Language Understanding Evaluation Benchmark}, author = {Liang Xu, Xuanwei Zhang, Lu Li, Hai Hu, Chenjie Cao, Weitang Liu, Junyi Li, Yudong Li, Kai Sun, Yechen Xu, Yiming Cui, Cong Yu, Qianqian Dong, Yin Tian, Dian Yu, Bo Shi, Jun Zeng, Rongzhao Wang, Weijian Xie, Yanting Li, Yina Patterson, Zuoyu Tian, Yiwen Zhang, He Zhou, Shaoweihua Liu, Qipeng Zhao, Cong Yue, Xinrui Zhang, Zhengliang Yang, Zhenzhong Lan}, journal = {arXiv preprint arXiv:2004.05986}, year = {2020}, howpublished = {https://github.com/CLUEbenchmark/CLUE} } """ @check_cluedataset def __init__(self, dataset_files, task='AFQMC', usage='train', num_samples=None, num_parallel_workers=None, shuffle=Shuffle.GLOBAL, num_shards=None, shard_id=None, cache=None): super().__init__(num_parallel_workers=num_parallel_workers, num_samples=num_samples, shuffle=shuffle, num_shards=num_shards, shard_id=shard_id, cache=cache) self.dataset_files = self._find_files(dataset_files) self.usage = replace_none(usage, 'train') self.task = replace_none(task, 'AFQMC') def parse(self, children=None): return cde.CLUENode(self.dataset_files, self.task, self.usage, self.num_samples, self.shuffle_flag, self.num_shards, self.shard_id)
[docs]class CSVDataset(SourceDataset): """ A source dataset that reads and parses comma-separated values (CSV) datasets. The columns of generated dataset depend on the source CSV files. Args: dataset_files (Union[str, list[str]]): String or list of files to be read or glob strings to search for a pattern of files. The list will be sorted in a lexicographical order. field_delim (str, optional): A string that indicates the char delimiter to separate fields (default=','). column_defaults (list, optional): List of default values for the CSV field (default=None). Each item in the list is either a valid type (float, int, or string). If this is not provided, treats all columns as string type. column_names (list[str], optional): List of column names of the dataset (default=None). If this is not provided, infers the column_names from the first row of CSV file. num_samples (int, optional): The number of samples to be included in the dataset (default=None, will include all images). num_parallel_workers (int, optional): Number of workers to read the data (default=None, number set in the config). shuffle (Union[bool, Shuffle level], optional): Perform reshuffling of the data every epoch (default=Shuffle.GLOBAL). If shuffle is False, no shuffling will be performed; If shuffle is True, the behavior is the same as setting shuffle to be Shuffle.GLOBAL Otherwise, there are two levels of shuffling: - Shuffle.GLOBAL: Shuffle both the files and samples. - Shuffle.FILES: Shuffle files only. num_shards (int, optional): Number of shards that the dataset will be divided into (default=None). When this argument is specified, `num_samples` reflects the maximum sample number of per shard. shard_id (int, optional): The shard ID within num_shards (default=None). This argument can only be specified when num_shards is also specified. cache (DatasetCache, optional): Use tensor caching service to speed up dataset processing. (default=None, which means no cache is used). Raises: RuntimeError: If dataset_files are not valid or do not exist. RuntimeError: If num_parallel_workers exceeds the max thread numbers. RuntimeError: If num_shards is specified but shard_id is None. RuntimeError: If shard_id is specified but num_shards is None. Examples: >>> csv_dataset_dir = ["/path/to/csv_dataset_file"] # contains 1 or multiple csv files >>> dataset = ds.CSVDataset(dataset_files=csv_dataset_dir, column_names=['col1', 'col2', 'col3', 'col4']) """ @check_csvdataset def __init__(self, dataset_files, field_delim=',', column_defaults=None, column_names=None, num_samples=None, num_parallel_workers=None, shuffle=Shuffle.GLOBAL, num_shards=None, shard_id=None, cache=None): super().__init__(num_parallel_workers=num_parallel_workers, num_samples=num_samples, shuffle=shuffle, num_shards=num_shards, shard_id=shard_id, cache=cache) self.dataset_files = self._find_files(dataset_files) self.dataset_files.sort() self.field_delim = replace_none(field_delim, ',') self.column_defaults = replace_none(column_defaults, []) self.column_names = replace_none(column_names, []) def parse(self, children=None): return cde.CSVNode(self.dataset_files, self.field_delim, self.column_defaults, self.column_names, self.num_samples, self.shuffle_flag, self.num_shards, self.shard_id)
class SBUDataset(MappableDataset): """ A source dataset for reading and parsing the SBU dataset. The generated dataset has two columns :py:obj:`[image, caption]`. The tensor of column :py:obj:`image` is of the uint8 type. The tensor of column :py:obj:`caption` is of the string type. Args: dataset_dir (str): Path to the root directory that contains the dataset. decode (bool, optional): Decode the images after reading (default=False). num_samples (int, optional): The number of images to be included in the dataset (default=None, will read all images). num_parallel_workers (int, optional): Number of workers to read the data (default=None, will use value set in the config). shuffle (bool, optional): Whether or not to perform shuffle on the dataset (default=None, expected order behavior shown in the table). sampler (Sampler, optional): Object used to choose samples from the dataset (default=None, expected order behavior shown in the table). num_shards (int, optional): Number of shards that the dataset will be divided into (default=None). When this argument is specified, `num_samples` reflects the max sample number of per shard. shard_id (int, optional): The shard ID within `num_shards` (default=None). This argument can only be specified when `num_shards` is also specified. cache (DatasetCache, optional): Use tensor caching service to speed up dataset processing. (default=None, which means no cache is used). Raises: RuntimeError: If dataset_dir does not contain data files. RuntimeError: If num_parallel_workers exceeds the max thread numbers. RuntimeError: If sampler and shuffle are specified at the same time. RuntimeError: If sampler and sharding are specified at the same time. RuntimeError: If num_shards is specified but shard_id is None. RuntimeError: If shard_id is specified but num_shards is None. ValueError: If shard_id is invalid (< 0 or >= num_shards). Note: - This dataset can take in a sampler. 'sampler' and 'shuffle' are mutually exclusive. The table below shows what input arguments are allowed and their expected behavior. .. list-table:: Expected Order Behavior of Using 'sampler' and 'shuffle' :widths: 25 25 50 :header-rows: 1 * - Parameter 'sampler' - Parameter 'shuffle' - Expected Order Behavior * - None - None - random order * - None - True - random order * - None - False - sequential order * - Sampler object - None - order defined by sampler * - Sampler object - True - not allowed * - Sampler object - False - not allowed Examples: >>> sbu_dataset_dir = "/path/to/sbu_dataset_directory" >>> # Read 3 samples from SBU dataset >>> dataset = ds.SBUDataset(dataset_dir=sbu_dataset_dir, num_samples=3) About SBU dataset: SBU dataset is a large captioned photo collection. It contains one million images with associated visually relevant captions. You should manually download the images using official download.m by replacing 'urls{i}(24, end)' with 'urls{i}(24:1:end)' and keep the directory as below. .. code-block:: . └─ dataset_dir ├── SBU_captioned_photo_dataset_captions.txt ├── SBU_captioned_photo_dataset_urls.txt └── sbu_images ├── m_3326_3596303505_3ce4c20529.jpg ├── ...... └── m_2522_4182181099_c3c23ab1cc.jpg Citation: .. code-block:: @inproceedings{Ordonez:2011:im2text, Author = {Vicente Ordonez and Girish Kulkarni and Tamara L. Berg}, Title = {Im2Text: Describing Images Using 1 Million Captioned Photographs}, Booktitle = {Neural Information Processing Systems ({NIPS})}, Year = {2011}, } """ @check_sbu_dataset def __init__(self, dataset_dir, num_samples=None, num_parallel_workers=None, shuffle=None, decode=False, sampler=None, num_shards=None, shard_id=None, cache=None): super().__init__(num_parallel_workers=num_parallel_workers, sampler=sampler, num_samples=num_samples, shuffle=shuffle, num_shards=num_shards, shard_id=shard_id, cache=cache) self.dataset_dir = dataset_dir self.decode = replace_none(decode, False) def parse(self, children=None): return cde.SBUNode(self.dataset_dir, self.decode, self.sampler) class _Flowers102Dataset: """ Mainly for loading Flowers102 Dataset, and return one row each time. """ def __init__(self, dataset_dir, task, usage, decode): self.dataset_dir = os.path.realpath(dataset_dir) self.task = task self.usage = usage self.decode = decode if self.task == "Classification": self.column_names = ["image", "label"] else: self.column_names = ["image", "segmentation", "label"] labels_path = os.path.join(self.dataset_dir, "imagelabels.mat") setid_path = os.path.join(self.dataset_dir, "setid.mat") # minus one to transform 1~102 to 0 ~ 101 self.labels = (loadmat(labels_path)["labels"][0] - 1).astype(np.uint32) self.setid = loadmat(setid_path) if self.usage == 'train': self.indices = self.setid["trnid"][0].tolist() elif self.usage == 'test': self.indices = self.setid["tstid"][0].tolist() elif self.usage == 'valid': self.indices = self.setid["valid"][0].tolist() elif self.usage == 'all': self.indices = self.setid["trnid"][0].tolist() self.indices += self.setid["tstid"][0].tolist() self.indices += self.setid["valid"][0].tolist() else: raise ValueError("Input usage is not within the valid set of ['train', 'valid', 'test', 'all'].") def __getitem__(self, index): # range: 1 ~ 8189 image_path = os.path.join(self.dataset_dir, "jpg", "image_" + str(self.indices[index]).zfill(5) + ".jpg") if not os.path.exists(image_path): raise RuntimeError("Can not find image file: " + image_path) if self.decode is True: image = np.asarray(Image.open(image_path).convert("RGB")) else: image = np.fromfile(image_path, dtype=np.uint8) label = self.labels[self.indices[index] - 1] if self.task == "Segmentation": segmentation_path = \ os.path.join(self.dataset_dir, "segmim", "segmim_" + str(self.indices[index]).zfill(5) + ".jpg") if not os.path.exists(segmentation_path): raise RuntimeError("Can not find segmentation file: " + segmentation_path) if self.decode is True: segmentation = np.asarray(Image.open(segmentation_path).convert("RGB")) else: segmentation = np.fromfile(segmentation_path, dtype=np.uint8) return image, segmentation, label return image, label def __len__(self): return len(self.indices) class Flowers102Dataset(GeneratorDataset): """ A source dataset for reading and parsing Flowers102 dataset. The generated dataset has two columns :py:obj:`[image, label]` or three :py:obj:`[image, segmentation, label]`. The tensor of column :py:obj:`image` is of the uint8 type. The tensor of column :py:obj:`segmentation` is of the uint8 type. The tensor of column :py:obj:`label` is a scalar or a tensor of the uint32 type. Args: dataset_dir (str): Path to the root directory that contains the dataset. task (str): Specify the 'Classification' or 'Segmentation' task (default='Classification'). usage (str): Specify the 'train', 'valid', 'test' part or 'all' parts of dataset (default='all', will read all samples). num_samples (int, optional): The number of samples to be included in the dataset (default=None, all images). num_parallel_workers (int, optional): Number of subprocesses used to fetch the dataset in parallel (default=1). shuffle (bool, optional): Whether or not to perform shuffle on the dataset. Random accessible input is required. (default=None, expected order behavior shown in the table). decode (bool, optional): Whether or not to decode the images and segmentations after reading (default=False). sampler (Union[Sampler, Iterable], optional): Object used to choose samples from the dataset. Random accessible input is required (default=None, expected order behavior shown in the table). num_shards (int, optional): Number of shards that the dataset will be divided into (default=None). Random accessible input is required. When this argument is specified, 'num_samples' reflects the max sample number of per shard. shard_id (int, optional): The shard ID within num_shards (default=None). This argument must be specified only when num_shards is also specified. Random accessible input is required. Raises: RuntimeError: If dataset_dir does not contain data files. RuntimeError: If num_parallel_workers exceeds the max thread numbers. RuntimeError: If sampler and shuffle are specified at the same time. RuntimeError: If sampler and sharding are specified at the same time. RuntimeError: If num_shards is specified but shard_id is None. RuntimeError: If shard_id is specified but num_shards is None. ValueError: If shard_id is invalid (< 0 or >= num_shards). Note: - This dataset can take in a sampler. 'sampler' and 'shuffle' are mutually exclusive. The table below shows what input arguments are allowed and their expected behavior. .. list-table:: Expected Order Behavior of Using 'sampler' and 'shuffle' :widths: 25 25 50 :header-rows: 1 * - Parameter 'sampler' - Parameter 'shuffle' - Expected Order Behavior * - None - None - random order * - None - True - random order * - None - False - sequential order * - Sampler object - None - order defined by sampler * - Sampler object - True - not allowed * - Sampler object - False - not allowed Examples: >>> flowers102_dataset_dir = "/path/to/flowers102_dataset_directory" >>> dataset = ds.Flowers102Dataset(dataset_dir=flowers102_dataset_dir, ... task="Classification", ... usage="all", ... decode=True) About Flowers102 dataset: Flowers102 dataset consists of 102 flower categories. The flowers commonly occur in the United Kingdom. Each class consists of between 40 and 258 images. Here is the original Flowers102 dataset structure. You can unzip the dataset files into this directory structure and read by MindSpore's API. .. code-block:: . └── flowes102_dataset_dir ├── imagelabels.mat ├── setid.mat ├── jpg ├── image_00001.jpg ├── image_00002.jpg ├── ... ├── segmim ├── segmim_00001.jpg ├── segmim_00002.jpg ├── ... Citation: .. code-block:: @InProceedings{Nilsback08, author = "Maria-Elena Nilsback and Andrew Zisserman", title = "Automated Flower Classification over a Large Number of Classes", booktitle = "Indian Conference on Computer Vision, Graphics and Image Processing", month = "Dec", year = "2008", } """ @check_flowers102dataset def __init__(self, dataset_dir, task="Classification", usage="all", num_samples=None, num_parallel_workers=1, shuffle=None, decode=False, sampler=None, num_shards=None, shard_id=None): self.dataset_dir = os.path.realpath(dataset_dir) self.task = replace_none(task, "Classification") self.usage = replace_none(usage, "all") self.decode = replace_none(decode, False) dataset = _Flowers102Dataset(self.dataset_dir, self.task, self.usage, self.decode) super().__init__(dataset, column_names=dataset.column_names, num_samples=num_samples, num_parallel_workers=num_parallel_workers, shuffle=shuffle, sampler=sampler, num_shards=num_shards, shard_id=shard_id) def get_class_indexing(self): """ Get the class index. Returns: dict, a str-to-int mapping from label name to index. """ class_names = [ "pink primrose", "hard-leaved pocket orchid", "canterbury bells", "sweet pea", "english marigold", "tiger lily", "moon orchid", "bird of paradise", "monkshood", "globe thistle", "snapdragon", "colt's foot", "king protea", "spear thistle", "yellow iris", "globe-flower", "purple coneflower", "peruvian lily", "balloon flower", "giant white arum lily", "fire lily", "pincushion flower", "fritillary", "red ginger", "grape hyacinth", "corn poppy", "prince of wales feathers", "stemless gentian", "artichoke", "sweet william", "carnation", "garden phlox", "love in the mist", "mexican aster", "alpine sea holly", "ruby-lipped cattleya", "cape flower", "great masterwort", "siam tulip", "lenten rose", "barbeton daisy", "daffodil", "sword lily", "poinsettia", "bolero deep blue", "wallflower", "marigold", "buttercup", "oxeye daisy", "common dandelion", "petunia", "wild pansy", "primula", "sunflower", "pelargonium", "bishop of llandaff", "gaura", "geranium", "orange dahlia", "pink-yellow dahlia?", "cautleya spicata", "japanese anemone", "black-eyed susan", "silverbush", "californian poppy", "osteospermum", "spring crocus", "bearded iris", "windflower", "tree poppy", "gazania", "azalea", "water lily", "rose", "thorn apple", "morning glory", "passion flower", "lotus", "toad lily", "anthurium", "frangipani", "clematis", "hibiscus", "columbine", "desert-rose", "tree mallow", "magnolia", "cyclamen", "watercress", "canna lily", "hippeastrum", "bee balm", "ball moss", "foxglove", "bougainvillea", "camellia", "mallow", "mexican petunia", "bromelia", "blanket flower", "trumpet creeper", "blackberry lily" ] class_dict = {} for i, class_name in enumerate(class_names): class_dict[class_name] = i return class_dict
[docs]class TextFileDataset(SourceDataset): """ A source dataset that reads and parses datasets stored on disk in text format. The generated dataset has one column :py:obj:`[text]` with type string. Args: dataset_files (Union[str, list[str]]): String or list of files to be read or glob strings to search for a pattern of files. The list will be sorted in a lexicographical order. num_samples (int, optional): The number of samples to be included in the dataset (default=None, will include all images). num_parallel_workers (int, optional): Number of workers to read the data (default=None, number set in the config). shuffle (Union[bool, Shuffle level], optional): Perform reshuffling of the data every epoch (default=Shuffle.GLOBAL). If shuffle is False, no shuffling will be performed; If shuffle is True, the behavior is the same as setting shuffle to be Shuffle.GLOBAL Otherwise, there are two levels of shuffling: - Shuffle.GLOBAL: Shuffle both the files and samples. - Shuffle.FILES: Shuffle files only. num_shards (int, optional): Number of shards that the dataset will be divided into (default=None). When this argument is specified, `num_samples` reflects the maximum sample number of per shard. shard_id (int, optional): The shard ID within num_shards (default=None). This argument can only be specified when num_shards is also specified. cache (DatasetCache, optional): Use tensor caching service to speed up dataset processing. (default=None, which means no cache is used). Raises: RuntimeError: If dataset_files are not valid or do not exist. RuntimeError: If num_parallel_workers exceeds the max thread numbers. RuntimeError: If num_shards is specified but shard_id is None. RuntimeError: If shard_id is specified but num_shards is None. Examples: >>> text_file_dataset_dir = ["/path/to/text_file_dataset_file"] # contains 1 or multiple text files >>> dataset = ds.TextFileDataset(dataset_files=text_file_dataset_dir) """ @check_textfiledataset def __init__(self, dataset_files, num_samples=None, num_parallel_workers=None, shuffle=Shuffle.GLOBAL, num_shards=None, shard_id=None, cache=None): super().__init__(num_parallel_workers=num_parallel_workers, num_samples=num_samples, shuffle=shuffle, num_shards=num_shards, shard_id=shard_id, cache=cache) self.dataset_files = self._find_files(dataset_files) self.dataset_files.sort() def parse(self, children=None): return cde.TextFileNode(self.dataset_files, self.num_samples, self.shuffle_flag, self.num_shards, self.shard_id)
class _NumpySlicesDataset: """ Mainly for dealing with several kinds of formats of Python data, and return one row each time. """ def __init__(self, data, column_list=None): self.column_list = None # Convert dict data into tuple if isinstance(data, dict): data = self.process_dict(data) if isinstance(data, tuple): self.data = () data_len = len(data) for i in range(data_len): self.data = self.data + (np.array(data[i]),) else: self.data = (np.array(data),) # check whether the data length in each column is equal data_len = [len(data_item) for data_item in self.data] if data_len[1:] != data_len[:-1]: raise ValueError("Data length in each column is not equal.") # Init column_name if column_list is not None: self.column_list = column_list elif self.column_list is None: self.column_list = [] column_num = len(self.data) for i in range(column_num): self.column_list.append("column_" + str(i)) def __getitem__(self, index): data_row = [d[index, ...] for d in self.data] data_res = tuple(data_row) return data_res def __len__(self): return len(self.data[0]) def process_dict(self, input_data): """ Convert the dict like data into tuple format, when input is a tuple of dicts then compose it into a dict first. """ # Convert pandas like dict(has "values" column) into General dict data_keys = list(input_data.keys()) data_col = input_data[data_keys[0]] if hasattr(data_col, "values"): new_dict = {} for key in data_keys: item1 = input_data.pop(key) new_dict[key] = item1.values input_data = new_dict # Convert the data in dict into tuple data = () keys = list(input_data.keys()) self.column_list = keys for key in keys: value = input_data[key] data = data + (list(value),) return data
[docs]class NumpySlicesDataset(GeneratorDataset): """ Creates a dataset with given data slices, mainly for loading Python data into dataset. The column names and column types of generated dataset depend on Python data defined by users. Args: data (Union[list, tuple, dict]) Input of given data. Supported data types include: list, tuple, dict and other NumPy formats. Input data will be sliced along the first dimension and generate additional rows, if input is list, there will be one column in each row, otherwise there tends to be multi columns. Large data is not recommended to be loaded in this way as data is loading into memory. column_names (list[str], optional): List of column names of the dataset (default=None). If column_names is not provided, the output column names will be named as the keys of dict when the input data is a dict, otherwise they will be named like column_0, column_1 ... num_samples (int, optional): The number of samples to be included in the dataset (default=None, all samples). num_parallel_workers (int, optional): Number of subprocesses used to fetch the dataset in parallel (default=1). shuffle (bool, optional): Whether or not to perform shuffle on the dataset. Random accessible input is required. (default=None, expected order behavior shown in the table). sampler (Union[Sampler, Iterable], optional): Object used to choose samples from the dataset. Random accessible input is required (default=None, expected order behavior shown in the table). num_shards (int, optional): Number of shards that the dataset will be divided into (default=None). Random accessible input is required. When this argument is specified, `num_samples` reflects the max sample number of per shard. shard_id (int, optional): The shard ID within num_shards (default=None). This argument must be specified only when num_shards is also specified. Random accessible input is required. Note: - This dataset can take in a `sampler`. `sampler` and `shuffle` are mutually exclusive. The table below shows what input arguments are allowed and their expected behavior. .. list-table:: Expected Order Behavior of Using `sampler` and `shuffle` :widths: 25 25 50 :header-rows: 1 * - Parameter `sampler` - Parameter `shuffle` - Expected Order Behavior * - None - None - random order * - None - True - random order * - None - False - sequential order * - Sampler object - None - order defined by sampler * - Sampler object - True - not allowed * - Sampler object - False - not allowed Raises: RuntimeError: If len of column_names does not match output len of data. RuntimeError: If num_parallel_workers exceeds the max thread numbers. RuntimeError: If sampler and shuffle are specified at the same time. RuntimeError: If sampler and sharding are specified at the same time. RuntimeError: If num_shards is specified but shard_id is None. RuntimeError: If shard_id is specified but num_shards is None. ValueError: If shard_id is invalid (< 0 or >= num_shards). Examples: >>> # 1) Input data can be a list >>> data = [1, 2, 3] >>> dataset = ds.NumpySlicesDataset(data=data, column_names=["column_1"]) >>> >>> # 2) Input data can be a dictionary, and column_names will be its keys >>> data = {"a": [1, 2], "b": [3, 4]} >>> dataset = ds.NumpySlicesDataset(data=data) >>> >>> # 3) Input data can be a tuple of lists (or NumPy arrays), each tuple element refers to data in each column >>> data = ([1, 2], [3, 4], [5, 6]) >>> dataset = ds.NumpySlicesDataset(data=data, column_names=["column_1", "column_2", "column_3"]) >>> >>> # 4) Load data from CSV file >>> import pandas as pd >>> df = pd.read_csv(filepath_or_buffer=csv_dataset_dir[0]) >>> dataset = ds.NumpySlicesDataset(data=dict(df), shuffle=False) """ @check_numpyslicesdataset def __init__(self, data, column_names=None, num_samples=None, num_parallel_workers=1, shuffle=None, sampler=None, num_shards=None, shard_id=None): dataset = _NumpySlicesDataset(data, column_names) super().__init__(dataset, column_names=dataset.column_list, num_samples=num_samples, num_parallel_workers=num_parallel_workers, shuffle=shuffle, sampler=sampler, num_shards=num_shards, shard_id=shard_id)
class _PaddedDataset: """ Mainly for combining false samples provided by users into a dataset. Args: padded_samples (list(dict)): Data provided by user to be added to the initial Dataset. """ def __init__(self, padded_samples): self.column_names = list(padded_samples[0].keys()) self.padded_samples = padded_samples def __getitem__(self, item): return (self.padded_samples[item][key] for key in self.column_names) def __len__(self): return len(self.padded_samples)
[docs]class PaddedDataset(GeneratorDataset): """ Creates a dataset with filler data provided by user. Mainly used to add to the original data set and assign it to the corresponding shard. Args: padded_samples (list(dict)): Samples provided by user. Raises: TypeError: If padded_samples is not an instance of list. TypeError: If the element of padded_samples is not an instance of dict. ValueError: If the padded_samples is empty. Examples: >>> import numpy as np >>> data = [{'image': np.zeros(1, np.uint8)}, {'image': np.zeros(2, np.uint8)}] >>> dataset = ds.PaddedDataset(padded_samples=data) """ @check_paddeddataset def __init__(self, padded_samples): dataset = _PaddedDataset(padded_samples) super().__init__(dataset, column_names=dataset.column_names, num_shards=None, shard_id=None, shuffle=False) self._dataset_size = len(dataset.padded_samples) self.padded_samples = padded_samples
class FlickrDataset(MappableDataset): """ A source dataset for reading and parsing Flickr8k and Flickr30k dataset. The generated dataset has two columns :py:obj:`[image, annotation]`. The tensor of column :py:obj:`image` is of the uint8 type. The tensor of column :py:obj:`annotation` is a tensor which contains 5 annotations string, such as ["a", "b", "c", "d", "e"]. Args: dataset_dir (str): Path to the root directory that contains the dataset. annotation_file (str): Path to the root directory that contains the annotation. num_samples (int, optional): The number of images to be included in the dataset. (default=None, all images). num_parallel_workers (int, optional): Number of workers to read the data (default=None, number set in the config). shuffle (bool, optional): Whether to perform shuffle on the dataset (default=None, expected order behavior shown in the table). decode (bool, optional): Decode the images after reading (default=False). sampler (Sampler, optional): Object used to choose samples from the dataset (default=None, expected order behavior shown in the table). num_shards (int, optional): Number of shards that the dataset will be divided into (default=None). When this argument is specified, `num_samples` reflects the max sample number of per shard. shard_id (int, optional): The shard ID within num_shards (default=None). This argument can only be specified when num_shards is also specified. cache (DatasetCache, optional): Use tensor caching service to speed up dataset processing. (default=None, which means no cache is used). Raises: RuntimeError: If dataset_dir is not valid or does not contain data files. RuntimeError: If num_parallel_workers exceeds the max thread numbers. RuntimeError: If sampler and shuffle are specified at the same time. RuntimeError: If sampler and sharding are specified at the same time. RuntimeError: If num_shards is specified but shard_id is None. RuntimeError: If shard_id is specified but num_shards is None. ValueError: If dataset_dir is not exist. ValueError: If annotation_file is not exist. ValueError: If shard_id is invalid (< 0 or >= num_shards). Note: - This dataset can take in a `sampler`. `sampler` and `shuffle` are mutually exclusive. The table below shows what input arguments are allowed and their expected behavior. .. list-table:: Expected Order Behavior of Using `sampler` and `shuffle` :widths: 25 25 50 :header-rows: 1 * - Parameter `sampler` - Parameter `shuffle` - Expected Order Behavior * - None - None - random order * - None - True - random order * - None - False - sequential order * - Sampler object - None - order defined by sampler * - Sampler object - True - not allowed * - Sampler object - False - not allowed Examples: >>> flickr_dataset_dir = "/path/to/flickr_dataset_directory" >>> annotation_file = "/path/to/flickr_annotation_file" >>> >>> # 1) Get all samples from FLICKR dataset in sequence >>> dataset = ds.FlickrDataset(dataset_dir=flickr_dataset_dir, ... annotation_file=annotation_file, ... shuffle=False) >>> >>> # 2) Randomly select 350 samples from FLICKR dataset >>> dataset = ds.FlickrDataset(dataset_dir=flickr_dataset_dir, ... annotation_file=annotation_file, ... num_samples=350, ... shuffle=True) >>> >>> # 3) Get samples from FLICKR dataset for shard 0 in a 2-way distributed training >>> dataset = ds.FlickrDataset(dataset_dir=flickr_dataset_dir, ... annotation_file=annotation_file, ... num_shards=2, ... shard_id=0) >>> >>> # In FLICKR dataset, each dictionary has keys "image" and "annotation" About Flickr8k dataset: The Flickr8k dataset consists of 8092 colour images. There are 40460 annotations in the Flickr8k.token.txt, each image has 5 annotations. You can unzip the dataset files into the following directory structure and read by MindSpore's API. .. code-block:: . └── Flickr8k ├── Flickr8k_Dataset │ ├── 1000268201_693b08cb0e.jpg │ ├── 1001773457_577c3a7d70.jpg │ ├── ... └── Flickr8k.token.txt Citation: .. code-block:: @article{DBLP:journals/jair/HodoshYH13, author = {Micah Hodosh and Peter Young and Julia Hockenmaier}, title = {Framing Image Description as a Ranking Task: Data, Models and Evaluation Metrics}, journal = {J. Artif. Intell. Res.}, volume = {47}, pages = {853--899}, year = {2013}, url = {https://doi.org/10.1613/jair.3994}, doi = {10.1613/jair.3994}, timestamp = {Mon, 21 Jan 2019 15:01:17 +0100}, biburl = {https://dblp.org/rec/journals/jair/HodoshYH13.bib}, bibsource = {dblp computer science bibliography, https://dblp.org} } About Flickr30k dataset: The Flickr30k dataset consists of 31783 colour images. There are 158915 annotations in the results_20130124.token, each image has 5 annotations. You can unzip the dataset files into the following directory structure and read by MindSpore's API. Citation: .. code-block:: . └── Flickr30k ├── flickr30k-images │ ├── 1000092795.jpg │ ├── 10002456.jpg │ ├── ... └── results_20130124.token .. code-block:: @article{DBLP:journals/tacl/YoungLHH14, author = {Peter Young and Alice Lai and Micah Hodosh and Julia Hockenmaier}, title = {From image descriptions to visual denotations: New similarity metrics for semantic inference over event descriptions}, journal = {Trans. Assoc. Comput. Linguistics}, volume = {2}, pages = {67--78}, year = {2014}, url = {https://tacl2013.cs.columbia.edu/ojs/index.php/tacl/article/view/229}, timestamp = {Wed, 17 Feb 2021 21:55:25 +0100}, biburl = {https://dblp.org/rec/journals/tacl/YoungLHH14.bib}, bibsource = {dblp computer science bibliography, https://dblp.org} } """ @check_flickr_dataset def __init__(self, dataset_dir, annotation_file, num_samples=None, num_parallel_workers=None, shuffle=None, decode=None, sampler=None, num_shards=None, shard_id=None, cache=None): super().__init__(num_parallel_workers=num_parallel_workers, sampler=sampler, num_samples=num_samples, shuffle=shuffle, num_shards=num_shards, shard_id=shard_id, cache=cache) self.dataset_dir = dataset_dir self.annotation_file = annotation_file self.decode = replace_none(decode, False) def parse(self, children=None): return cde.FlickrNode(self.dataset_dir, self.annotation_file, self.decode, self.sampler) class SBDataset(GeneratorDataset): """ A source dataset for reading and parsing Semantic Boundaries Dataset. The generated dataset has two columns: :py:obj:`[image, task]`. The tensor of column :py:obj:`image` is of the uint8 type. The tensor of column :py:obj:`task` contains 20 images of the uint8 type if `task` is `Boundaries` otherwise contains 1 image of the uint8 type. Args: dataset_dir (str): Path to the root directory that contains the dataset. task (str, optional): Acceptable tasks include `Boundaries` or `Segmentation` (default=`Boundaries`). usage (str, optional): Acceptable usages include `train`, `val`, `train_noval` and `all` (default=`all`). num_samples (int, optional): The number of images to be included in the dataset. (default=None, all images). num_parallel_workers (int, optional): Number of workers to read the data (default=None, number set in the config). shuffle (bool, optional): Whether to perform shuffle on the dataset (default=None, expected order behavior shown in the table). sampler (Sampler, optional): Object used to choose samples from the dataset (default=None, expected order behavior shown in the table). num_shards (int, optional): Number of shards that the dataset will be divided into (default=None). When this argument is specified, `num_samples` reflects the max sample number of per shard. shard_id (int, optional): The shard ID within num_shards (default=None). This argument can only be specified when num_shards is also specified. Raises: RuntimeError: If dataset_dir is not valid or does not contain data files. RuntimeError: If num_parallel_workers exceeds the max thread numbers. RuntimeError: If sampler and shuffle are specified at the same time. RuntimeError: If sampler and sharding are specified at the same time. RuntimeError: If num_shards is specified but shard_id is None. RuntimeError: If shard_id is specified but num_shards is None. ValueError: If dataset_dir is not exist. ValueError: If task is not in [`Boundaries`, `Segmentation`]. ValueError: If usage is not in [`train`, `val`, `train_noval`, `all`]. ValueError: If shard_id is invalid (< 0 or >= num_shards). Note: - This dataset can take in a sampler. `sampler` and `shuffle` are mutually exclusive. The table below shows what input arguments are allowed and their expected behavior. .. list-table:: Expected Order Behavior of Using `sampler` and `shuffle` :widths: 25 25 50 :header-rows: 1 * - Parameter `sampler` - Parameter `shuffle` - Expected Order Behavior * - None - None - random order * - None - True - random order * - None - False - sequential order * - Sampler object - None - order defined by sampler * - Sampler object - True - not allowed * - Sampler object - False - not allowed Examples: >>> sb_dataset_dir = "/path/to/sb_dataset_directory" >>> >>> # 1) Get all samples from Semantic Boundaries Dataset in sequence >>> dataset = ds.SBDataset(dataset_dir=sb_dataset_dir, shuffle=False) >>> >>> # 2) Randomly select 350 samples from Semantic Boundaries Dataset >>> dataset = ds.SBDataset(dataset_dir=sb_dataset_dir, num_samples=350, shuffle=True) >>> >>> # 3) Get samples from Semantic Boundaries Dataset for shard 0 in a 2-way distributed training >>> dataset = ds.SBDataset(dataset_dir=sb_dataset_dir, num_shards=2, shard_id=0) >>> >>> # In Semantic Boundaries Dataset, each dictionary has keys "image" and "task" About Semantic Boundaries Dataset: The Semantic Boundaries Dataset consists of 11355 colour images. There are 8498 images' name in the train.txt, 2857 images' name in the val.txt and 5623 images' name in the train_noval.txt. The category cls/ contains the Segmentation and Boundaries results of category-level, the category inst/ catains the Segmentation and Boundaries results of instance-level. You can unzip the dataset files into the following structure and read by MindSpore's API: .. code-block:: . └── benchmark_RELEASE ├── dataset ├── img │ ├── 2008_000002.jpg │ ├── 2008_000003.jpg │ ├── ... ├── cls │ ├── 2008_000002.mat │ ├── 2008_000003.mat │ ├── ... ├── inst │ ├── 2008_000002.mat │ ├── 2008_000003.mat │ ├── ... ├── train.txt └── val.txt .. code-block:: @InProceedings{BharathICCV2011, author = "Bharath Hariharan and Pablo Arbelaez and Lubomir Bourdev and Subhransu Maji and Jitendra Malik", title = "Semantic Contours from Inverse Detectors", booktitle = "International Conference on Computer Vision (ICCV)", year = "2011", """ @check_sb_dataset def __init__(self, dataset_dir, task='Boundaries', usage='all', num_samples=None, num_parallel_workers=1, shuffle=None, decode=None, sampler=None, num_shards=None, shard_id=None): dataset = _SBDataset(dataset_dir, task, usage, decode) super().__init__(dataset, column_names=dataset.column_list, num_samples=num_samples, num_parallel_workers=num_parallel_workers, shuffle=shuffle, sampler=sampler, num_shards=num_shards, shard_id=shard_id) class _SBDataset: """ Dealing with the data file with .mat extension, and return one row in tuple (image, task) each time. """ def __init__(self, dataset_dir, task, usage, decode): self.column_list = ['image', 'task'] self.task = task self.images_path = os.path.join(dataset_dir, 'img') self.cls_path = os.path.join(dataset_dir, 'cls') self._loadmat = loadmat self.categories = 20 self.decode = replace_none(decode, False) if usage == "all": image_names = [] for item in ["train", "val"]: usage_path = os.path.join(dataset_dir, item + '.txt') if not os.path.exists(usage_path): raise FileNotFoundError("SBDataset: {0} not found".format(usage_path)) with open(usage_path, 'r') as f: image_names += [x.strip() for x in f.readlines()] else: usage_path = os.path.join(dataset_dir, usage + '.txt') if not os.path.exists(usage_path): raise FileNotFoundError("SBDataset: {0} not found".format(usage_path)) with open(usage_path, 'r') as f: image_names = [x.strip() for x in f.readlines()] self.images = [os.path.join(self.images_path, i + ".jpg") for i in image_names] self.clss = [os.path.join(self.cls_path, i + ".mat") for i in image_names] if len(self.images) != len(self.clss): raise ValueError("SBDataset: images count not equal to cls count") self._get_data = self._get_boundaries_data if self.task == "Boundaries" else self._get_segmentation_data self._get_item = self._get_decode_item if self.decode else self._get_undecode_item def _get_boundaries_data(self, mat_path): mat_data = self._loadmat(mat_path) return np.concatenate([np.expand_dims(mat_data['GTcls'][0][self.task][0][i][0].toarray(), axis=0) for i in range(self.categories)], axis=0) def _get_segmentation_data(self, mat_path): mat_data = self._loadmat(mat_path) return Image.fromarray(mat_data['GTcls'][0][self.task][0]) def _get_decode_item(self, idx): return Image.open(self.images[idx]).convert('RGB'), self._get_data(self.clss[idx]) def _get_undecode_item(self, idx): return np.fromfile(self.images[idx], dtype=np.uint8), self._get_data(self.clss[idx]) def __len__(self): return len(self.images) def __getitem__(self, idx): return self._get_item(idx) class DeserializedDataset(Dataset): def __init__(self, input_obj): super().__init__() self.input_obj = input_obj def parse(self, children=None): if isinstance(self.input_obj, dict): json_str = json.dumps(self.input_obj) return cde.Dataset.from_json_string(json_str) return cde.Dataset.from_json_file(self.input_obj) class CityscapesDataset(MappableDataset): """ A source dataset for reading and parsing Cityscapes dataset. The generated dataset has two columns :py:obj:`[image, task]`. The tensor of column :py:obj:`image` is of the uint8 type. The tensor of column :py:obj:`task` is of the uint8 type if task is not 'polygon' otherwise task is a string tensor with serialize json. Args: dataset_dir (str): Path to the root directory that contains the dataset. usage (str): Acceptable usages include `train`, `test`, `val` or `all` if quality_mode is `fine` otherwise `train`, `train_extra`, `val` or `all` (default=`train`). quality_mode (str): Acceptable quality_modes include `fine` or `coarse` (default=`fine`). task (str): Acceptable tasks include `instance`, `semantic`, `polygon` or `color` (default=`instance`). num_samples (int, optional): The number of images to be included in the dataset. (default=None, all images). num_parallel_workers (int, optional): Number of workers to read the data (default=None, number set in the config). shuffle (bool, optional): Whether to perform shuffle on the dataset (default=None, expected order behavior shown in the table). decode (bool, optional): Decode the images after reading (default=False). sampler (Sampler, optional): Object used to choose samples from the dataset (default=None, expected order behavior shown in the table). num_shards (int, optional): Number of shards that the dataset will be divided into (default=None). When this argument is specified, `num_samples` reflects the max sample number of per shard. shard_id (int, optional): The shard ID within num_shards (default=None). This argument can only be specified when num_shards is also specified. cache (DatasetCache, optional): Use tensor caching service to speed up dataset processing. (default=None, which means no cache is used). Raises: RuntimeError: If dataset_dir is invalid or does not contain data files. RuntimeError: If num_parallel_workers exceeds the max thread numbers. RuntimeError: If sampler and shuffle are specified at the same time. RuntimeError: If sampler and sharding are specified at the same time. RuntimeError: If num_shards is specified but shard_id is None. RuntimeError: If shard_id is specified but num_shards is None. ValueError: If dataset_dir is not exist. ValueError: If task is invalid. ValueError: If quality_mode is invalid. ValueError: If usage is invalid. ValueError: If shard_id is invalid (< 0 or >= num_shards). Note: - This dataset can take in a `sampler`. `sampler` and `shuffle` are mutually exclusive. The table below shows what input arguments are allowed and their expected behavior. .. list-table:: Expected Order Behavior of Using `sampler` and `shuffle` :widths: 25 25 50 :header-rows: 1 * - Parameter `sampler` - Parameter `shuffle` - Expected Order Behavior * - None - None - random order * - None - True - random order * - None - False - sequential order * - Sampler object - None - order defined by sampler * - Sampler object - True - not allowed * - Sampler object - False - not allowed Examples: >>> cityscapes_dataset_dir = "/path/to/cityscapes_dataset_directory" >>> >>> # 1) Get all samples from Cityscapes dataset in sequence >>> dataset = ds.CityscapesDataset(dataset_dir=cityscapes_dataset_dir, task="instance", quality_mode="fine", >>> usage="train", shuffle=False, num_parallel_workers=1) >>> >>> # 2) Randomly select 350 samples from Cityscapes dataset >>> dataset = ds.CityscapesDataset(dataset_dir=cityscapes_dataset_dir, num_samples=350, shuffle=True, >>> num_parallel_workers=1) >>> >>> # 3) Get samples from Cityscapes dataset for shard 0 in a 2-way distributed training >>> dataset = ds.CityscapesDataset(dataset_dir=cityscapes_dataset_dir, num_shards=2, shard_id=0, >>> num_parallel_workers=1) >>> >>> # In Cityscapes dataset, each dictionary has keys "image" and "task" About Cityscapes dataset: The Cityscapes dataset consists of 5000 colour images with high quality dense pixel annotations and 19998 colour images with coarser polygonal annotations in 50 cities. There are 30 classes in this dataset and the polygonal annotations include dense semantic segmentation and instance segmentation for vehicle and people. You can unzip the dataset files into the following directory structure and read by MindSpore's API. Taking the quality_mode of `fine` as an example. .. code-block:: . └── Cityscapes ├── leftImg8bit | ├── train | | ├── aachen | | | ├── aachen_000000_000019_leftImg8bit.png | | | ├── aachen_000001_000019_leftImg8bit.png | | | ├── ... | | ├── bochum | | | ├── ... | | ├── ... | ├── test | | ├── ... | ├── val | | ├── ... └── gtFine ├── train | ├── aachen | | ├── aachen_000000_000019_gtFine_color.png | | ├── aachen_000000_000019_gtFine_instanceIds.png | | ├── aachen_000000_000019_gtFine_labelIds.png | | ├── aachen_000000_000019_gtFine_polygons.json | | ├── aachen_000001_000019_gtFine_color.png | | ├── aachen_000001_000019_gtFine_instanceIds.png | | ├── aachen_000001_000019_gtFine_labelIds.png | | ├── aachen_000001_000019_gtFine_polygons.json | | ├── ... | ├── bochum | | ├── ... | ├── ... ├── test | ├── ... └── val ├── ... Citation: .. code-block:: @inproceedings{Cordts2016Cityscapes, title = {The Cityscapes Dataset for Semantic Urban Scene Understanding}, author = {Cordts, Marius and Omran, Mohamed and Ramos, Sebastian and Rehfeld, Timo and Enzweiler, Markus and Benenson, Rodrigo and Franke, Uwe and Roth, Stefan and Schiele, Bernt}, booktitle = {Proc. of the IEEE Conference on Computer Vision and Pattern Recognition (CVPR)}, year = {2016} } """ @check_cityscapes_dataset def __init__(self, dataset_dir, usage="train", quality_mode="fine", task="instance", num_samples=None, num_parallel_workers=None, shuffle=None, decode=None, sampler=None, num_shards=None, shard_id=None, cache=None): super().__init__(num_parallel_workers=num_parallel_workers, sampler=sampler, num_samples=num_samples, shuffle=shuffle, num_shards=num_shards, shard_id=shard_id, cache=cache) self.dataset_dir = dataset_dir self.task = task self.quality_mode = quality_mode self.usage = usage self.decode = replace_none(decode, False) def parse(self, children=None): return cde.CityscapesNode(self.dataset_dir, self.usage, self.quality_mode, self.task, self.decode, self.sampler) class DIV2KDataset(MappableDataset): """ A source dataset for reading and parsing DIV2KDataset dataset. The generated dataset has two columns :py:obj:`[hr_image, lr_image]`. The tensor of column :py:obj:`hr_image` is of the uint8 type. The tensor of column :py:obj:`lr_image` is of the uint8 type. Args: dataset_dir (str): Path to the root directory that contains the dataset. usage (str): Acceptable usages include `train`, `valid` or `all` (default=`train`). downgrade (str): Acceptable downgrades include `bicubic`, `unknown`, `mild`, `difficult` or `wild` (default=`bicubic`). scale (int): Acceptable scales include 2, 3, 4 or 8 (default=2). When `downgrade` is `bicubic`, scale can be 2, 3, 4, 8. When `downgrade` is `unknown`, scale can only be 2, 3, 4. When `downgrade` is `mild`, `difficult` or `wild`, scale can only be 4. num_samples (int, optional): The number of images to be included in the dataset. (default=None, all images). num_parallel_workers (int, optional): Number of workers to read the data (default=None, number set in the config). shuffle (bool, optional): Whether to perform shuffle on the dataset (default=None, expected order behavior shown in the table). decode (bool, optional): Decode the images after reading (default=False). sampler (Sampler, optional): Object used to choose samples from the dataset (default=None, expected order behavior shown in the table). num_shards (int, optional): Number of shards that the dataset will be divided into (default=None). When this argument is specified, `num_samples` reflects the max sample number of per shard. shard_id (int, optional): The shard ID within num_shards (default=None). This argument can only be specified when num_shards is also specified. cache (DatasetCache, optional): Use tensor caching service to speed up dataset processing. (default=None, which means no cache is used). Raises: RuntimeError: If dataset_dir is invalid or does not contain data files. RuntimeError: If num_parallel_workers exceeds the max thread numbers. RuntimeError: If sampler and shuffle are specified at the same time. RuntimeError: If sampler and sharding are specified at the same time. RuntimeError: If num_shards is specified but shard_id is None. RuntimeError: If shard_id is specified but num_shards is None. ValueError: If dataset_dir is not exist. ValueError: If usage is invalid. ValueError: If downgrade is invalid. ValueError: If scale is invalid. ValueError: If scale equal to 8 and downgrade not equal to `bicubic`. ValueError: If downgrade in [`mild`, `difficult`, `wild`] and scale not equal to 4. ValueError: If shard_id is invalid (< 0 or >= num_shards). Note: - This dataset can take in a `sampler`. `sampler` and `shuffle` are mutually exclusive. The table below shows what input arguments are allowed and their expected behavior. .. list-table:: Expected Order Behavior of Using `sampler` and `shuffle` :widths: 25 25 50 :header-rows: 1 * - Parameter `sampler` - Parameter `shuffle` - Expected Order Behavior * - None - None - random order * - None - True - random order * - None - False - sequential order * - Sampler object - None - order defined by sampler * - Sampler object - True - not allowed * - Sampler object - False - not allowed Examples: >>> div2k_dataset_dir = "/path/to/div2k_dataset_directory" >>> >>> # 1) Get all samples from DIV2K dataset in sequence >>> dataset = ds.DIV2KDataset(dataset_dir=div2k_dataset_dir, usage="train", scale=2, downgrade="bicubic", >>> shuffle=False) >>> >>> # 2) Randomly select 350 samples from DIV2K dataset >>> dataset = ds.DIV2KDataset(dataset_dir=div2k_dataset_dir, usage="train", scale=2, downgrade="bicubic", >>> num_samples=350, shuffle=True) >>> >>> # 3) Get samples from DIV2K dataset for shard 0 in a 2-way distributed training >>> dataset = ds.DIV2KDataset(dataset_dir=div2k_dataset_dir, usage="train", scale=2, downgrade="bicubic", >>> num_shards=2, shard_id=0) >>> >>> # In DIV2K dataset, each dictionary has keys "hr_image" and "lr_image" About DIV2K dataset: The DIV2K dataset consists of 1000 2K resolution images, among which 800 images are for training, 100 images are for validation and 100 images are for testing. NTIRE 2017 and NTIRE 2018 include only training dataset and validation dataset. You can unzip the dataset files into the following directory structure and read by MindSpore's API. Take the training set as an example. .. code-block:: . └── DIV2K ├── DIV2K_train_HR | ├── 0001.png | ├── 0002.png | ├── ... ├── DIV2K_train_LR_bicubic | ├── X2 | | ├── 0001x2.png | | ├── 0002x2.png | | ├── ... | ├── X3 | | ├── 0001x3.png | | ├── 0002x3.png | | ├── ... | └── X4 | ├── 0001x4.png | ├── 0002x4.png | ├── ... ├── DIV2K_train_LR_unknown | ├── X2 | | ├── 0001x2.png | | ├── 0002x2.png | | ├── ... | ├── X3 | | ├── 0001x3.png | | ├── 0002x3.png | | ├── ... | └── X4 | ├── 0001x4.png | ├── 0002x4.png | ├── ... ├── DIV2K_train_LR_mild | ├── 0001x4m.png | ├── 0002x4m.png | ├── ... ├── DIV2K_train_LR_difficult | ├── 0001x4d.png | ├── 0002x4d.png | ├── ... ├── DIV2K_train_LR_wild | ├── 0001x4w.png | ├── 0002x4w.png | ├── ... └── DIV2K_train_LR_x8 ├── 0001x8.png ├── 0002x8.png ├── ... Citation: .. code-block:: @InProceedings{Agustsson_2017_CVPR_Workshops, author = {Agustsson, Eirikur and Timofte, Radu}, title = {NTIRE 2017 Challenge on Single Image Super-Resolution: Dataset and Study}, booktitle = {The IEEE Conference on Computer Vision and Pattern Recognition (CVPR) Workshops}, url = "http://www.vision.ee.ethz.ch/~timofter/publications/Agustsson-CVPRW-2017.pdf", month = {July}, year = {2017} } """ @check_div2k_dataset def __init__(self, dataset_dir, usage="train", downgrade="bicubic", scale=2, num_samples=None, num_parallel_workers=None, shuffle=None, decode=None, sampler=None, num_shards=None, shard_id=None, cache=None): super().__init__(num_parallel_workers=num_parallel_workers, sampler=sampler, num_samples=num_samples, shuffle=shuffle, num_shards=num_shards, shard_id=shard_id, cache=cache) self.dataset_dir = dataset_dir self.usage = usage self.scale = scale self.downgrade = downgrade self.decode = replace_none(decode, False) def parse(self, children=None): return cde.DIV2KNode(self.dataset_dir, self.usage, self.downgrade, self.scale, self.decode, self.sampler)