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Contents


Attention Series


1. External Attention Usage

1.1. Paper

“Beyond Self-attention: External Attention using Two Linear Layers for Visual Tasks”

1.2. Overview

1.3. Usage Code

from model.attention.ExternalAttention import ExternalAttention
import torch

input=torch.randn(50,49,512)
ea = ExternalAttention(d_model=512,S=8)
output=ea(input)
print(output.shape)

2. Self Attention Usage

2.1. Paper

“Attention Is All You Need”

1.2. Overview

1.3. Usage Code

from model.attention.SelfAttention import ScaledDotProductAttention
import torch

input=torch.randn(50,49,512)
sa = ScaledDotProductAttention(d_model=512, d_k=512, d_v=512, h=8)
output=sa(input,input,input)
print(output.shape)

3. Simplified Self Attention Usage

3.1. Paper

None

3.2. Overview

3.3. Usage Code

from model.attention.SimplifiedSelfAttention import SimplifiedScaledDotProductAttention
import torch

input=torch.randn(50,49,512)
ssa = SimplifiedScaledDotProductAttention(d_model=512, h=8)
output=ssa(input,input,input)
print(output.shape)

4. Squeeze-and-Excitation Attention Usage

4.1. Paper

“Squeeze-and-Excitation Networks”

4.2. Overview

4.3. Usage Code

from model.attention.SEAttention import SEAttention
import torch

input=torch.randn(50,512,7,7)
se = SEAttention(channel=512,reduction=8)
output=se(input)
print(output.shape)

5. SK Attention Usage

5.1. Paper

“Selective Kernel Networks”

5.2. Overview

5.3. Usage Code

from model.attention.SKAttention import SKAttention
import torch

input=torch.randn(50,512,7,7)
se = SKAttention(channel=512,reduction=8)
output=se(input)
print(output.shape)

6. CBAM Attention Usage

6.1. Paper

“CBAM: Convolutional Block Attention Module”

6.2. Overview

6.3. Usage Code

from model.attention.CBAM import CBAMBlock
import torch

input=torch.randn(50,512,7,7)
kernel_size=input.shape[2]
cbam = CBAMBlock(channel=512,reduction=16,kernel_size=kernel_size)
output=cbam(input)
print(output.shape)

7. BAM Attention Usage

7.1. Paper

“BAM: Bottleneck Attention Module”

7.2. Overview

7.3. Usage Code

from model.attention.BAM import BAMBlock
import torch

input=torch.randn(50,512,7,7)
bam = BAMBlock(channel=512,reduction=16,dia_val=2)
output=bam(input)
print(output.shape)

8. ECA Attention Usage

8.1. Paper

“ECA-Net: Efficient Channel Attention for Deep Convolutional Neural Networks”

8.2. Overview

8.3. Usage Code

from model.attention.ECAAttention import ECAAttention
import torch

input=torch.randn(50,512,7,7)
eca = ECAAttention(kernel_size=3)
output=eca(input)
print(output.shape)

9. DANet Attention Usage

9.1. Paper

“Dual Attention Network for Scene Segmentation”

9.2. Overview

9.3. Usage Code

from model.attention.DANet import DAModule
import torch

input=torch.randn(50,512,7,7)
danet=DAModule(d_model=512,kernel_size=3,H=7,W=7)
print(danet(input).shape)

10. Pyramid Split Attention Usage

10.1. Paper

“EPSANet: An Efficient Pyramid Split Attention Block on Convolutional Neural Network”

10.2. Overview

10.3. Usage Code

from model.attention.PSA import PSA
import torch

input=torch.randn(50,512,7,7)
psa = PSA(channel=512,reduction=8)
output=psa(input)
print(output.shape)

11. Efficient Multi-Head Self-Attention Usage

11.1. Paper

“ResT: An Efficient Transformer for Visual Recognition”

11.2. Overview

11.3. Usage Code

from model.attention.EMSA import EMSA
import torch
from torch import nn
from torch.nn import functional as F

input=torch.randn(50,64,512)
emsa = EMSA(d_model=512, d_k=512, d_v=512, h=8,H=8,W=8,ratio=2,apply_transform=True)
output=emsa(input,input,input)
print(output.shape)
    

12. Shuffle Attention Usage

12.1. Paper

“SA-NET: SHUFFLE ATTENTION FOR DEEP CONVOLUTIONAL NEURAL NETWORKS”

12.2. Overview

12.3. Usage Code

from model.attention.ShuffleAttention import ShuffleAttention
import torch
from torch import nn
from torch.nn import functional as F


input=torch.randn(50,512,7,7)
se = ShuffleAttention(channel=512,G=8)
output=se(input)
print(output.shape)

    

13. MUSE Attention Usage

13.1. Paper

“MUSE: Parallel Multi-Scale Attention for Sequence to Sequence Learning”

13.2. Overview

13.3. Usage Code

from model.attention.MUSEAttention import MUSEAttention
import torch
from torch import nn
from torch.nn import functional as F


input=torch.randn(50,49,512)
sa = MUSEAttention(d_model=512, d_k=512, d_v=512, h=8)
output=sa(input,input,input)
print(output.shape)

14. SGE Attention Usage

14.1. Paper

Spatial Group-wise Enhance: Improving Semantic Feature Learning in Convolutional Networks

14.2. Overview

14.3. Usage Code

from model.attention.SGE import SpatialGroupEnhance
import torch
from torch import nn
from torch.nn import functional as F

input=torch.randn(50,512,7,7)
sge = SpatialGroupEnhance(groups=8)
output=sge(input)
print(output.shape)

15. A2 Attention Usage

15.1. Paper

A2-Nets: Double Attention Networks

15.2. Overview

15.3. Usage Code

from model.attention.A2Atttention import DoubleAttention
import torch
from torch import nn
from torch.nn import functional as F

input=torch.randn(50,512,7,7)
a2 = DoubleAttention(512,128,128,True)
output=a2(input)
print(output.shape)

16. AFT Attention Usage

16.1. Paper

An Attention Free Transformer

16.2. Overview

16.3. Usage Code

from model.attention.AFT import AFT_FULL
import torch
from torch import nn
from torch.nn import functional as F

input=torch.randn(50,49,512)
aft_full = AFT_FULL(d_model=512, n=49)
output=aft_full(input)
print(output.shape)

17. Outlook Attention Usage

17.1. Paper

VOLO: Vision Outlooker for Visual Recognition”

17.2. Overview

17.3. Usage Code

from model.attention.OutlookAttention import OutlookAttention
import torch
from torch import nn
from torch.nn import functional as F

input=torch.randn(50,28,28,512)
outlook = OutlookAttention(dim=512)
output=outlook(input)
print(output.shape)

18. ViP Attention Usage

18.1. Paper

Vision Permutator: A Permutable MLP-Like Architecture for Visual Recognition”

18.2. Overview

18.3. Usage Code

from model.attention.ViP import WeightedPermuteMLP
import torch
from torch import nn
from torch.nn import functional as F

input=torch.randn(64,8,8,512)
seg_dim=8
vip=WeightedPermuteMLP(512,seg_dim)
out=vip(input)
print(out.shape)

19. CoAtNet Attention Usage

19.1. Paper

CoAtNet: Marrying Convolution and Attention for All Data Sizes”

19.2. Overview

None

19.3. Usage Code

from model.attention.CoAtNet import CoAtNet
import torch
from torch import nn
from torch.nn import functional as F

input=torch.randn(1,3,224,224)
mbconv=CoAtNet(in_ch=3,image_size=224)
out=mbconv(input)
print(out.shape)

20. HaloNet Attention Usage

20.1. Paper

Scaling Local Self-Attention for Parameter Efficient Visual Backbones”

20.2. Overview

20.3. Usage Code

from model.attention.HaloAttention import HaloAttention
import torch
from torch import nn
from torch.nn import functional as F

input=torch.randn(1,512,8,8)
halo = HaloAttention(dim=512,
    block_size=2,
    halo_size=1,)
output=halo(input)
print(output.shape)

21. Polarized Self-Attention Usage

21.1. Paper

Polarized Self-Attention: Towards High-quality Pixel-wise Regression”

21.2. Overview

21.3. Usage Code

from model.attention.PolarizedSelfAttention import ParallelPolarizedSelfAttention,SequentialPolarizedSelfAttention
import torch
from torch import nn
from torch.nn import functional as F

input=torch.randn(1,512,7,7)
psa = SequentialPolarizedSelfAttention(channel=512)
output=psa(input)
print(output.shape)

22. CoTAttention Usage

22.1. Paper

Contextual Transformer Networks for Visual Recognition—arXiv 2021.07.26

22.2. Overview

22.3. Usage Code

from model.attention.CoTAttention import CoTAttention
import torch
from torch import nn
from torch.nn import functional as F

input=torch.randn(50,512,7,7)
cot = CoTAttention(dim=512,kernel_size=3)
output=cot(input)
print(output.shape)


23. Residual Attention Usage

23.1. Paper

Residual Attention: A Simple but Effective Method for Multi-Label Recognition—ICCV2021

23.2. Overview

23.3. Usage Code

from model.attention.ResidualAttention import ResidualAttention
import torch
from torch import nn
from torch.nn import functional as F

input=torch.randn(50,512,7,7)
resatt = ResidualAttention(channel=512,num_class=1000,la=0.2)
output=resatt(input)
print(output.shape)


24. S2 Attention Usage

24.1. Paper

S²-MLPv2: Improved Spatial-Shift MLP Architecture for Vision—arXiv 2021.08.02

24.2. Overview

24.3. Usage Code

from model.attention.S2Attention import S2Attention
import torch
from torch import nn
from torch.nn import functional as F

input=torch.randn(50,512,7,7)
s2att = S2Attention(channels=512)
output=s2att(input)
print(output.shape)

25. GFNet Attention Usage

25.1. Paper

Global Filter Networks for Image Classification—arXiv 2021.07.01

25.2. Overview

25.3. Usage Code – Implemented by Wenliang Zhao (Author)

from model.attention.gfnet import GFNet
import torch
from torch import nn
from torch.nn import functional as F

x = torch.randn(1, 3, 224, 224)
gfnet = GFNet(embed_dim=384, img_size=224, patch_size=16, num_classes=1000)
out = gfnet(x)
print(out.shape)

26. TripletAttention Usage

26.1. Paper

Rotate to Attend: Convolutional Triplet Attention Module—CVPR 2021

26.2. Overview

26.3. Usage Code – Implemented by digantamisra98

from model.attention.TripletAttention import TripletAttention
import torch
from torch import nn
from torch.nn import functional as F
input=torch.randn(50,512,7,7)
triplet = TripletAttention()
output=triplet(input)
print(output.shape)

27. Coordinate Attention Usage

27.1. Paper

Coordinate Attention for Efficient Mobile Network Design—CVPR 2021

27.2. Overview

27.3. Usage Code – Implemented by Andrew-Qibin

from model.attention.CoordAttention import CoordAtt
import torch
from torch import nn
from torch.nn import functional as F

inp=torch.rand([2, 96, 56, 56])
inp_dim, oup_dim = 96, 96
reduction=32

coord_attention = CoordAtt(inp_dim, oup_dim, reduction=reduction)
output=coord_attention(inp)
print(output.shape)

28. MobileViT Attention Usage

28.1. Paper

MobileViT: Light-weight, General-purpose, and Mobile-friendly Vision Transformer—ArXiv 2021.10.05

28.2. Overview

28.3. Usage Code

from model.attention.MobileViTAttention import MobileViTAttention
import torch
from torch import nn
from torch.nn import functional as F

if __name__ == '__main__':
    m=MobileViTAttention()
    input=torch.randn(1,3,49,49)
    output=m(input)
    print(output.shape)  #output:(1,3,49,49)
    

29. ParNet Attention Usage

29.1. Paper

Non-deep Networks—ArXiv 2021.10.20

29.2. Overview

29.3. Usage Code

from model.attention.ParNetAttention import *
import torch
from torch import nn
from torch.nn import functional as F

if __name__ == '__main__':
    input=torch.randn(50,512,7,7)
    pna = ParNetAttention(channel=512)
    output=pna(input)
    print(output.shape) #50,512,7,7
    

30. UFO Attention Usage

30.1. Paper

UFO-ViT: High Performance Linear Vision Transformer without Softmax—ArXiv 2021.09.29

30.2. Overview

30.3. Usage Code

from model.attention.UFOAttention import *
import torch
from torch import nn
from torch.nn import functional as F

if __name__ == '__main__':
    input=torch.randn(50,49,512)
    ufo = UFOAttention(d_model=512, d_k=512, d_v=512, h=8)
    output=ufo(input,input,input)
    print(output.shape) #[50, 49, 512]
    

Backbone Series

1. ResNet Usage

1.1. Paper

“Deep Residual Learning for Image Recognition—CVPR2016 Best Paper”

1.2. Overview


1.3. Usage Code

from model.backbone.resnet import ResNet50,ResNet101,ResNet152
import torch
if __name__ == '__main__':
    input=torch.randn(50,3,224,224)
    resnet50=ResNet50(1000)
    # resnet101=ResNet101(1000)
    # resnet152=ResNet152(1000)
    out=resnet50(input)
    print(out.shape)

2. ResNeXt Usage

2.1. Paper

“Aggregated Residual Transformations for Deep Neural Networks—CVPR2017”

2.2. Overview

2.3. Usage Code

from model.backbone.resnext import ResNeXt50,ResNeXt101,ResNeXt152
import torch

if __name__ == '__main__':
    input=torch.randn(50,3,224,224)
    resnext50=ResNeXt50(1000)
    # resnext101=ResNeXt101(1000)
    # resnext152=ResNeXt152(1000)
    out=resnext50(input)
    print(out.shape)

3. MobileViT Usage

3.1. Paper

MobileViT: Light-weight, General-purpose, and Mobile-friendly Vision Transformer—ArXiv 2020.10.05

3.2. Overview

3.3. Usage Code

from model.backbone.MobileViT import *
import torch
from torch import nn
from torch.nn import functional as F

if __name__ == '__main__':
    input=torch.randn(1,3,224,224)

    ### mobilevit_xxs
    mvit_xxs=mobilevit_xxs()
    out=mvit_xxs(input)
    print(out.shape)

    ### mobilevit_xs
    mvit_xs=mobilevit_xs()
    out=mvit_xs(input)
    print(out.shape)


    ### mobilevit_s
    mvit_s=mobilevit_s()
    out=mvit_s(input)
    print(out.shape)

4. ConvMixer Usage

4.1. Paper

Patches Are All You Need?—ICLR2022 (Under Review)

4.2. Overview

4.3. Usage Code

from model.backbone.ConvMixer import *
import torch
from torch import nn
from torch.nn import functional as F

if __name__ == '__main__':
    x=torch.randn(1,3,224,224)
    convmixer=ConvMixer(dim=512,depth=12)
    out=convmixer(x)
    print(out.shape)  #[1, 1000]

MLP Series

1. RepMLP Usage

1.1. Paper

“RepMLP: Re-parameterizing Convolutions into Fully-connected Layers for Image Recognition”

1.2. Overview

1.3. Usage Code

from model.mlp.repmlp import RepMLP
import torch
from torch import nn

N=4 #batch size
C=512 #input dim
O=1024 #output dim
H=14 #image height
W=14 #image width
h=7 #patch height
w=7 #patch width
fc1_fc2_reduction=1 #reduction ratio
fc3_groups=8 # groups
repconv_kernels=[1,3,5,7] #kernel list
repmlp=RepMLP(C,O,H,W,h,w,fc1_fc2_reduction,fc3_groups,repconv_kernels=repconv_kernels)
x=torch.randn(N,C,H,W)
repmlp.eval()
for module in repmlp.modules():
    if isinstance(module, nn.BatchNorm2d) or isinstance(module, nn.BatchNorm1d):
        nn.init.uniform_(module.running_mean, 0, 0.1)
        nn.init.uniform_(module.running_var, 0, 0.1)
        nn.init.uniform_(module.weight, 0, 0.1)
        nn.init.uniform_(module.bias, 0, 0.1)

#training result
out=repmlp(x)
#inference result
repmlp.switch_to_deploy()
deployout = repmlp(x)

print(((deployout-out)**2).sum())

2. MLP-Mixer Usage

2.1. Paper

“MLP-Mixer: An all-MLP Architecture for Vision”

2.2. Overview

2.3. Usage Code

from model.mlp.mlp_mixer import MlpMixer
import torch
mlp_mixer=MlpMixer(num_classes=1000,num_blocks=10,patch_size=10,tokens_hidden_dim=32,channels_hidden_dim=1024,tokens_mlp_dim=16,channels_mlp_dim=1024)
input=torch.randn(50,3,40,40)
output=mlp_mixer(input)
print(output.shape)

3. ResMLP Usage

3.1. Paper

“ResMLP: Feedforward networks for image classification with data-efficient training”

3.2. Overview

3.3. Usage Code

from model.mlp.resmlp import ResMLP
import torch

input=torch.randn(50,3,14,14)
resmlp=ResMLP(dim=128,image_size=14,patch_size=7,class_num=1000)
out=resmlp(input)
print(out.shape) #the last dimention is class_num

4. gMLP Usage

4.1. Paper

“Pay Attention to MLPs”

4.2. Overview

4.3. Usage Code

from model.mlp.g_mlp import gMLP
import torch

num_tokens=10000
bs=50
len_sen=49
num_layers=6
input=torch.randint(num_tokens,(bs,len_sen)) #bs,len_sen
gmlp = gMLP(num_tokens=num_tokens,len_sen=len_sen,dim=512,d_ff=1024)
output=gmlp(input)
print(output.shape)

5. sMLP Usage

5.1. Paper

“Sparse MLP for Image Recognition: Is Self-Attention Really Necessary?”

5.2. Overview

5.3. Usage Code

from model.mlp.sMLP_block import sMLPBlock
import torch
from torch import nn
from torch.nn import functional as F

if __name__ == '__main__':
    input=torch.randn(50,3,224,224)
    smlp=sMLPBlock(h=224,w=224)
    out=smlp(input)
    print(out.shape)

Re-Parameter Series


1. RepVGG Usage

1.1. Paper

“RepVGG: Making VGG-style ConvNets Great Again”

1.2. Overview

1.3. Usage Code

from model.rep.repvgg import RepBlock
import torch


input=torch.randn(50,512,49,49)
repblock=RepBlock(512,512)
repblock.eval()
out=repblock(input)
repblock._switch_to_deploy()
out2=repblock(input)
print('difference between vgg and repvgg')
print(((out2-out)**2).sum())

2. ACNet Usage

2.1. Paper

“ACNet: Strengthening the Kernel Skeletons for Powerful CNN via Asymmetric Convolution Blocks”

2.2. Overview

2.3. Usage Code

from model.rep.acnet import ACNet
import torch
from torch import nn

input=torch.randn(50,512,49,49)
acnet=ACNet(512,512)
acnet.eval()
out=acnet(input)
acnet._switch_to_deploy()
out2=acnet(input)
print('difference:')
print(((out2-out)**2).sum())

2. Diverse Branch Block Usage

2.1. Paper

“Diverse Branch Block: Building a Convolution as an Inception-like Unit”

2.2. Overview

2.3. Usage Code

2.3.1 Transform I

from model.rep.ddb import transI_conv_bn
import torch
from torch import nn
from torch.nn import functional as F

input=torch.randn(1,64,7,7)
#conv+bn
conv1=nn.Conv2d(64,64,3,padding=1)
bn1=nn.BatchNorm2d(64)
bn1.eval()
out1=bn1(conv1(input))

#conv_fuse
conv_fuse=nn.Conv2d(64,64,3,padding=1)
conv_fuse.weight.data,conv_fuse.bias.data=transI_conv_bn(conv1,bn1)
out2=conv_fuse(input)

print("difference:",((out2-out1)**2).sum().item())
2.3.2 Transform II

from model.rep.ddb import transII_conv_branch
import torch
from torch import nn
from torch.nn import functional as F

input=torch.randn(1,64,7,7)

#conv+conv
conv1=nn.Conv2d(64,64,3,padding=1)
conv2=nn.Conv2d(64,64,3,padding=1)
out1=conv1(input)+conv2(input)

#conv_fuse
conv_fuse=nn.Conv2d(64,64,3,padding=1)
conv_fuse.weight.data,conv_fuse.bias.data=transII_conv_branch(conv1,conv2)
out2=conv_fuse(input)

print("difference:",((out2-out1)**2).sum().item())
2.3.3 Transform III

from model.rep.ddb import transIII_conv_sequential
import torch
from torch import nn
from torch.nn import functional as F

input=torch.randn(1,64,7,7)

#conv+conv
conv1=nn.Conv2d(64,64,1,padding=0,bias=False)
conv2=nn.Conv2d(64,64,3,padding=1,bias=False)
out1=conv2(conv1(input))


#conv_fuse
conv_fuse=nn.Conv2d(64,64,3,padding=1,bias=False)
conv_fuse.weight.data=transIII_conv_sequential(conv1,conv2)
out2=conv_fuse(input)

print("difference:",((out2-out1)**2).sum().item())
2.3.4 Transform IV

from model.rep.ddb import transIV_conv_concat
import torch
from torch import nn
from torch.nn import functional as F

input=torch.randn(1,64,7,7)

#conv+conv
conv1=nn.Conv2d(64,32,3,padding=1)
conv2=nn.Conv2d(64,32,3,padding=1)
out1=torch.cat([conv1(input),conv2(input)],dim=1)

#conv_fuse
conv_fuse=nn.Conv2d(64,64,3,padding=1)
conv_fuse.weight.data,conv_fuse.bias.data=transIV_conv_concat(conv1,conv2)
out2=conv_fuse(input)

print("difference:",((out2-out1)**2).sum().item())
2.3.5 Transform V

from model.rep.ddb import transV_avg
import torch
from torch import nn
from torch.nn import functional as F

input=torch.randn(1,64,7,7)

avg=nn.AvgPool2d(kernel_size=3,stride=1)
out1=avg(input)

conv=transV_avg(64,3)
out2=conv(input)

print("difference:",((out2-out1)**2).sum().item())
2.3.6 Transform VI

from model.rep.ddb import transVI_conv_scale
import torch
from torch import nn
from torch.nn import functional as F

input=torch.randn(1,64,7,7)

#conv+conv
conv1x1=nn.Conv2d(64,64,1)
conv1x3=nn.Conv2d(64,64,(1,3),padding=(0,1))
conv3x1=nn.Conv2d(64,64,(3,1),padding=(1,0))
out1=conv1x1(input)+conv1x3(input)+conv3x1(input)

#conv_fuse
conv_fuse=nn.Conv2d(64,64,3,padding=1)
conv_fuse.weight.data,conv_fuse.bias.data=transVI_conv_scale(conv1x1,conv1x3,conv3x1)
out2=conv_fuse(input)

print("difference:",((out2-out1)**2).sum().item())

Convolution Series


1. Depthwise Separable Convolution Usage

1.1. Paper

“MobileNets: Efficient Convolutional Neural Networks for Mobile Vision Applications”

1.2. Overview

1.3. Usage Code

from model.conv.DepthwiseSeparableConvolution import DepthwiseSeparableConvolution
import torch
from torch import nn
from torch.nn import functional as F

input=torch.randn(1,3,224,224)
dsconv=DepthwiseSeparableConvolution(3,64)
out=dsconv(input)
print(out.shape)

2. MBConv Usage

2.1. Paper

“Efficientnet: Rethinking model scaling for convolutional neural networks”

2.2. Overview

2.3. Usage Code

from model.conv.MBConv import MBConvBlock
import torch
from torch import nn
from torch.nn import functional as F

input=torch.randn(1,3,224,224)
mbconv=MBConvBlock(ksize=3,input_filters=3,output_filters=512,image_size=224)
out=mbconv(input)
print(out.shape)

3. Involution Usage

3.1. Paper

“Involution: Inverting the Inherence of Convolution for Visual Recognition”

3.2. Overview

3.3. Usage Code

from model.conv.Involution import Involution
import torch
from torch import nn
from torch.nn import functional as F

input=torch.randn(1,4,64,64)
involution=Involution(kernel_size=3,in_channel=4,stride=2)
out=involution(input)
print(out.shape)

4. DynamicConv Usage

4.1. Paper

“Dynamic Convolution: Attention over Convolution Kernels”

4.2. Overview

4.3. Usage Code

from model.conv.DynamicConv import *
import torch
from torch import nn
from torch.nn import functional as F

if __name__ == '__main__':
    input=torch.randn(2,32,64,64)
    m=DynamicConv(in_planes=32,out_planes=64,kernel_size=3,stride=1,padding=1,bias=False)
    out=m(input)
    print(out.shape) # 2,32,64,64

5. CondConv Usage

5.1. Paper

“CondConv: Conditionally Parameterized Convolutions for Efficient Inference”

5.2. Overview

5.3. Usage Code

from model.conv.CondConv import *
import torch
from torch import nn
from torch.nn import functional as F

if __name__ == '__main__':
    input=torch.randn(2,32,64,64)
    m=CondConv(in_planes=32,out_planes=64,kernel_size=3,stride=1,padding=1,bias=False)
    out=m(input)
    print(out.shape)

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