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Fuel DataStream that segments the epochs of another DataStream.
"""Fuel DataStream that segments the epochs of another DataStream."""
__license__ = """
Copyright (c) 2016 Universite de Montreal
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"""
from functools import partial
from itertools import chain, islice
from operator import itemgetter, methodcaller
from fuel.streams import AbstractDataStream
from toolz import compose
class SegmentedEpochDataStream(AbstractDataStream):
"""Segment the epochs from one stream into many.
Parameters
----------
stream : AbstractDataStream
The stream to get "super" epoch iterators from.
epoch_length : int
Maximum number of iterations of the "super" epoch that
constitute one epoch of this stream. Last one may be
shorter.
Notes
-----
Not super well tested, may be corner cases.
This uses Python 3 super() syntax. Also, if you ever plan on serializing
this, it various iterator objects used in this class are picklable on
Python 3 but not before. If you need legacy Python support, see
https://github.com/mila-udem/picklable-itertools
"""
def __init__(self, stream, epoch_length):
self.stream = stream
self.epoch_length = epoch_length
self.base_iter = iter([])
super().__init__()
def get_epoch_iterator(self, as_dict=False):
try:
next_batch = next(self.base_iter)
self.base_iter = chain([next_batch], self.base_iter)
except StopIteration:
self.base_iter = self.stream.get_epoch_iterator(as_dict=True)
this_epoch = islice(self.base_iter, 0, self.epoch_length)
# Support non-dict epoch iterators by constructing a tuple from the
# dict,
if not as_dict:
make_tuple_batch = compose(tuple,
itemgetter(1),
partial(sorted, key=itemgetter(0)),
methodcaller('items'))
return map(make_tuple_batch, this_epoch)
else:
return
# Mandatory but at least somewhat useful methods.
def close(self):
self.stream.close()
def reset(self):
self.stream.reset()
self.base_iter = iter([])
# These are broadly useful properties to have access to.
@property
def produces_examples(self):
return self.stream.produces_examples
@property
def sources(self):
return self.stream.sources
# We stub these out because AbstractDataStream wants them implemented,
# but they aren't really useful to us.
def get_data(self):
raise NotImplementedError
def next_epoch(self):
raise NotImplementedError
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