Inspecting the Float Model - 3.5 English

Vitis AI User Guide (UG1414)

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VitisInspector is a helper tool that inspects a float model, shows partition results for a given DPU target architecture, and indicates why the layers are not mapped to DPU. Without target, you can only show some general, target-independent inspection results. Assign target to get more detailed inspection results for it.
Note: This feature is only available for the default pof2s quantize strategy because of DPU limitations.
The following code shows how to inspect a model:

model = tf.keras.models.load_model('float_model.h5')
from tensorflow_model_optimization.quantization.keras import vitis_inspect
inspector = vitis_inspect.VitisInspector(target="DPUCADF8H_ISA0")
string or None. The target DPU to deploy this model. It can be a name string (DPUCAHX8L_ISA0), a JSON file path (for example, ./U50/arch.json), or a fingerprint. If set to None, no target is applied, and only some general, target-independent inspection results are shown. The default value is None.
tf.keras.Model instance. The float model to be inspected. The model should have concrete input shapes. Build it with concrete input shapes or call inspect_model with the input_shape argument.
list(int) or list(list(int)) or tuple(int) or dictionary(int).  Contains the input shape for each input layer. Use default shape info in the input layers if not set. Use the list of shapes for multiple inputs, for example, inspect_model(model, input_shape=[1, 224, 224, 3]) or inspect_model(model, input_shape=\[[None, 224, 224, 3], [None, 64, 1]]). All dimensions should have concrete values, and the batch_size dimension should be None or int.  If the input shape of the model is variable, such as [None, None, None, 3], specify a shape like [None, 224, 224, 3] to generate the final quantized model. The default value is None.
bool. Whether to plot the model, inspect results by graphviz and save the image to disk. It is helpful when you need to visualize the model inspection results with some modification hints.
Note: Only some output file types can show the hints, such as .svg.The default value is False.
string. The file path of the model image file when plotting the model. The default value is model.svg.
bool. Whether to dump the inspection results and save text to disk. More detailed layer-by-layer results than screen logging are dumped into the text file. The default value is False.
string. The file path of inspect results text file. The default value is inspect_results.txt.
int. The logging verbosity level. More detailed logging results are shown for higher verbose values. The default value is 0.