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import types
import tensorflow as tf
import numpy as np
# Expressions are represented as lists of lists,
# in lisp style -- the symbol name is the head (first element)
# of the list, and the arguments follow.
# add an expression to an expression list, recursively if necessary.
def add_expr_to_list(exprlist, expr):
# if expr is a atomic type
if isinstance(expr, types.ListType):
# Now for rest of expression
for e in expr[1:]:
# Add to list if necessary
if not (e in exprlist):
add_expr_to_list(exprlist, e)
# Add index in list.
def expand_subexprs(exprlist):
new_exprlist = []
orig_indices = []
for e in exprlist:
add_expr_to_list(new_exprlist, e)
return new_exprlist, orig_indices
def compile_expr(exprlist, expr):
# start new list starting with head
new_expr = [expr[0]]
for e in expr[1:]:
return new_expr
def compile_expr_list(exprlist):
new_exprlist = []
for e in exprlist:
if isinstance(e, types.ListType):
new_expr = compile_expr(exprlist, e)
new_expr = e
return new_exprlist
def expand_and_compile(exprlist):
l, orig_indices = expand_subexprs(exprlist)
return compile_expr_list(l), orig_indices
def new_weight(N1,N2):
return tf.Variable(tf.random_normal([N1,N2]))
def new_bias(N_hidden):
return tf.Variable(tf.random_normal([N_hidden]))
def build_weights(exprlist,N_hidden,inp_vec_len,out_vec_len):
W = dict() # dict of weights corresponding to each operation
b = dict() # dict of biases corresponding to each operation
W['input'] = new_weight(inp_vec_len, N_hidden)
W['output'] = new_weight(N_hidden, out_vec_len)
for expr in exprlist:
if isinstance(expr, types.ListType):
idx = expr[0]
if not W.has_key(idx):
W[idx] = [new_weight(N_hidden,N_hidden) for i in expr[1:]]
b[idx] = new_bias(N_hidden)
return (W,b)
def build_rnn_graph(exprlist,W,b,inp_vec_len):
# with W built up, create list of variables
# intermediate variables
in_vars = [e for e in exprlist if not isinstance(e,types.ListType)]
N_input = len(in_vars)
inp_tensor = tf.placeholder(tf.float32, (N_input, inp_vec_len), name='input1')
V = [] # list of variables corresponding to each expr in exprlist
for expr in exprlist:
if isinstance(expr, types.ListType):
# intermediate variables
idx = expr[0]
# add bias
new_var = b[idx]
# add input variables * weights
for i in range(1,len(expr)):
new_var = tf.add(new_var, tf.matmul(V[expr[i]], W[idx][i-1]))
new_var = tf.nn.relu(new_var)
# base (input) variables
# TODO : variable or placeholder?
i = in_vars.index(expr)
i_v = tf.slice(inp_tensor, [i,0], [1,-1])
new_var = tf.nn.relu(tf.matmul(i_v,W['input']))
return (inp_tensor,V)
# take a compiled expression list and build its RNN graph
def complete_rnn_graph(W,V,orig_indices,out_vec_len):
# we store our matrices in a dict;
# the dict format is as follows:
# 'op':[mat_arg1,mat_arg2,...]
# e.g. unary operations: '-':[mat_arg1]
# binary operations: '+':[mat_arg1,mat_arg2]
# create a list of our base variables
N_output = len(orig_indices)
out_tensor = tf.placeholder(tf.float32, (N_output, out_vec_len), name='output1')
# output variables
ce = tf.reduce_sum(tf.zeros((1,1)))
for idx in orig_indices:
o = tf.nn.softmax(tf.matmul(V[idx], W['output']))
t = tf.slice(out_tensor, [idx,0], [1,-1])
ce = tf.add(ce, -tf.reduce_sum(t * tf.log(o)), name='loss')
# TODO: output variables
# return weights and variables and final loss
return (out_tensor, ce)
# from subexpr_lists import *
a = [ 1, ['+',1,1], ['*',1,1], ['*',['+',1,1],['+',1,1]], ['+',['+',1,1],['+',1,1]], ['+',['+',1,1],1 ], ['+',1,['+',1,1]]]
# generate training graph
W,b = build_weights(l,10,1,2)
i_t,V = build_rnn_graph(l,W,b,1)
o_t,ce = complete_rnn_graph(W,V,o,2)
# generate testing graph
a = [ ['+',['+',['+',1,1],['+',['+',1,1],['+',1,1]]],1] ] # 7
i_t_tst,V_tst = build_rnn_graph(l_tst,W,b,1)
out_batch = np.transpose(np.array([[1,0,1,0,0,1,1],[0,1,0,1,1,0,0]]))
print ce
train_step = tf.train.GradientDescentOptimizer(0.001).minimize(ce)
init = tf.initialize_all_variables()
sess = tf.Session()
for i in range(5000):, feed_dict={i_t:np.array([[1]]),o_t:out_batch})
print l
print l_tst
print[1], W['output'])), feed_dict={i_t:np.array([[1]])})
print[-1], W['output'])), feed_dict={i_t:np.array([[1]])})
print[-2], W['output'])), feed_dict={i_t_tst:np.array([[1]])})
print[-1], W['output'])), feed_dict={i_t_tst:np.array([[1]])})
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