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Sonos' Neural Network inference engine.
This project used to be called tfdeploy, or Tensorflow-deploy-rust.
tract is a Neural Network inference toolkit. It can read Tensorflow 1, ONNX
or NNEF, optimize them and run data through them.
- MobileNet v2 with ONNX
- MobileNet v2 with ONNX and batch
- MobileNet v2 with TensorFlow
- From Keras and TensorFlow 1 in Jupyter to tract
- From Keras and TensorFlow 2 in Jupyter to tract
- ResNet with PyTorch
As of today (October 2020),
tract passes successfully about 85% of ONNX backends
tests. All "real life" integration tests in Onnx test suite are passing:
bvlc_alexnet, densenet121, inception_v1, inception_v2, resnet50, shufflenet,
squeezenet, vgg19, zfnet512.
The following operators are implemented and tested.
Abs, Acos, Acosh, Add, And, ArgMax, ArgMin, Asin, Asinh, Atan, Atanh, AveragePool, BatchNormalization, Cast, CategoryMapper, Ceil, Clip, Compress, Concat, Constant, ConstantLike, ConstantOfShape, Conv, ConvInteger, Cos, Cosh, DequantizeLinear, Div, Dropout, Elu, Equal, Erf, Exp, Expand, EyeLike, Flatten, Floor, GRU, Gather, Gemm, GlobalAveragePool, GlobalLpPool, GlobalMaxPool, Greater, GreaterOrEqual, HardSigmoid, Hardmax, Identity, InstanceNormalization, IsInf, IsNaN, LRN, LSTM, LeakyRelu, Less, LessOrEqual, Log, LogSoftmax, MatMul, MatMulInteger, Max, MaxPool, Mean, Min, Mod, Mul, Neg, NonZero, Not, Or, PRelu, Pad, ParametricSoftplus, Pow, QLinearConv, QLinearMatMul, QuantizeLinear, RNN, Reciprocal, ReduceL1, ReduceL2, ReduceLogSum, ReduceLogSumExp, ReduceMax, ReduceMean, ReduceMin, ReduceProd, ReduceSum, ReduceSumSquare, Relu, Reshape, Resize, Round, Rsqrt, ScaledTanh, Scan, Selu, Shape, Shrink, Sigmoid, Sign, Sin, Sinh, Size, Slice, Softmax, Softplus, Softsign, Split, Sqrt, Squeeze, Sub, Sum, Tan, Tanh, ThresholdedRelu, Tile, Transpose, Unsqueeze, Where, Xor
We test these operators against Onnx 1.4.1 (operator set 9), Onnx 1.5.0 (operator set 10), Onnx 1.6.0 (operator set 11), and Onnx 1.7.0 (operator set 12). Many networks in operator set 8 are also working.
tract is very far from supporting any arbitrary model, it can run
Google Inception v3 and Snips wake word models. Missing operators are relatively
easy to add. The lack of easy to reuse test suite, and the wide diversity of
operators in Tensorflow make it difficult to target a full support.
The following operators are implemented and tested:
Abs, Add, AddN, AddV2, Assign, AvgPool, BatchToSpaceND, BiasAdd, BlockLSTM, Cast, Ceil, ConcatV2, Const, Conv2D, DepthwiseConv2dNative, Div, Enter, Equal, Exit, ExpandDims, FakeQuantWithMinMaxVars, Fill, FloorMod, FusedBatchNorm, GatherNd, GatherV2, Greater, GreaterEqual, Identity, Less, LessEqual, Log, LogicalAnd, LogicalOr, LoopCond, MatMul, Max, MaxPool, Maximum, Mean, Merge, Min, Minimum, Mul, Neg, NoOp, Pack, Pad, Placeholder, Pow, Prod, RandomUniform, RandomUniformInt, Range, RealDiv, Relu, Relu6, Reshape, Rsqrt, Shape, Sigmoid, Slice, Softmax, SpaceToBatchND, Squeeze, StridedSlice, Sub, Sum, Switch, Tanh, Tile, Transpose, VariableV2
TensorFlow-Lite is a TensorFlow subproject that also focuses on inference on smaller devices. It uses a precompiler to transform a TensorFlow network to its own format. It only supports a subset of operators from TensorFlow though, and is only optimised for devices with Arm Neon support.
Tract supports a wider subset of TensorFlow operators, and has been optimised for CPU of the previous generation (ARM VFP), also targetting devices in the Raspberry Pi Zero family that TensorFlow Lite does not address.
Long story short, TensorFlow and Onnx formats are good for designing and training networks. They need to move fast to follow the research field, tend to integrate new features and operators greedily. They also exhibit a high level of expressivity to facilitate network design.
On the other hand, only a subset of operators and network features actually reach production, so systems running production network do not have to deal with so many operators. Furthermore, some information required for training can be stripped from the network before going to production for prediction.
NNEF tries to bridge the gap between training frameworks and inference by proposing a format dedicated to production and prediction.
Tract supports NNEF:
- tract_nnef can load and execute NNEF networks
- tract supports most of the NNEF specification, the most notable exception being the ROI operators and deconvolution
- tract introduces tract-OPL, a series of NNEF extensions to support other operators (or extend some operators semantics) in order to represent the full range of tract-core neural network support: any network understood by tract should be serializable to tract-OPL. This is a work in progress.
- tract command line can translate networks from TensorFlow or ONNX to NNEF/OPL.
ARM demonstrated the capabilited of the Cortex-M family by providing
tutorials and pre-trained models for keyword spotting. While the exercise
is ultimately meant for micro-controllers,
tract can run the intermediate
For instance, on a Rasperry Pi Zero, the "CNN M" model runs in about 70 micro-seconds, and 11 micro-seconds on a Raspberry Pi 3.
tract to run the wake word detectors. While earlier models were
class-based and did not require any special treatment,
capabilities made it possible to run WaveNet models efficiently enough for a
Raspberry Pi Zero.
|Raspberry Pi Zero||Armv6 VFP||113s||39s|
|Raspberry Pi 2||Armv7 NEON||25s||7s|
|Raspberry Pi 3||aarch32 NEON||5s||5s|
- while the Raspberry Pi 3 is an Armv8 device, this bench is running on Raspbian, an armv6 operating system, crippling the performance of both benches
- there exists other benches on the internet that show better performance results for TensorFlow (not -Lite) on the Pi 3. They use all four cores of the device. Both TensorFlow-Lite and tract here have been made to run on a single-core.
One important guiding cross-concern: this library must cross-compile as easily as practical to small-ish devices (think 20$ boards).
- nearly complete ONNX support, and wraps it as a backend
- integrate other TF models to use as example, test and benches
- consider acting as kaldi backend
Note: files in the
tensorflow/protos directory are copied from the
TensorFlow project and are not
covered by the following licence statement.
Note: files in the
onnx/protos directory are copied from the
ONNX project and are not
covered by the following licence statement.
All original work licensed under either of
- Apache License, Version 2.0 (LICENSE-APACHE or http://www.apache.org/licenses/LICENSE-2.0)
- MIT license (LICENSE-MIT or http://opensource.org/licenses/MIT) at your option.
Unless you explicitly state otherwise, any contribution intentionally submitted for inclusion in the work by you, as defined in the Apache-2.0 license, shall be dual licensed as above, without any additional terms or conditions.