Source code for imaginaire.generators.funit

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from functools import partial
from types import SimpleNamespace

import torch
from torch import nn

from imaginaire.layers import \
    (Conv2dBlock, LinearBlock, Res2dBlock, UpRes2dBlock)


[docs]class Generator(nn.Module): r"""Generator of the improved FUNIT baseline in the COCO-FUNIT paper. """ def __init__(self, gen_cfg, data_cfg): super().__init__() self.generator = FUNITTranslator(**vars(gen_cfg))
[docs] def forward(self, data): r"""In the FUNIT's forward pass, it generates a content embedding and a style code from the content image, and a style code from the style image. By mixing the content code and the style code from the content image, we reconstruct the input image. By mixing the content code and the style code from the style image, we have a translation output. Args: data (dict): Training data at the current iteration. """ content_a = self.generator.content_encoder(data['images_content']) style_a = self.generator.style_encoder(data['images_content']) style_b = self.generator.style_encoder(data['images_style']) images_trans = self.generator.decode(content_a, style_b) images_recon = self.generator.decode(content_a, style_a) net_G_output = dict(images_trans=images_trans, images_recon=images_recon) return net_G_output
[docs] def inference(self, data, keep_original_size=True): r"""COCO-FUNIT inference. Args: data (dict): Training data at the current iteration. - images_content (tensor): Content images. - images_style (tensor): Style images. a2b (bool): If ``True``, translates images from domain A to B, otherwise from B to A. keep_original_size (bool): If ``True``, output image is resized to the input content image size. """ content_a = self.generator.content_encoder(data['images_content']) style_b = self.generator.style_encoder(data['images_style']) output_images = self.generator.decode(content_a, style_b) if keep_original_size: height = data['original_h_w'][0][0] width = data['original_h_w'][0][1] # print('( H, W) = ( %d, %d)' % (height, width)) output_images = torch.nn.functional.interpolate( output_images, size=[height, width]) file_names = data['key']['images_content'][0] return output_images, file_names
[docs]class FUNITTranslator(nn.Module): r""" Args: num_filters (int): Base filter numbers. num_filters_mlp (int): Base filter number in the MLP module. style_dims (int): Dimension of the style code. num_res_blocks (int): Number of residual blocks at the end of the content encoder. num_mlp_blocks (int): Number of layers in the MLP module. num_downsamples_content (int): Number of times we reduce resolution by 2x2 for the content image. num_downsamples_style (int): Number of times we reduce resolution by 2x2 for the style image. num_image_channels (int): Number of input image channels. weight_norm_type (str): Type of weight normalization. ``'none'``, ``'spectral'``, or ``'weight'``. """ def __init__(self, num_filters=64, num_filters_mlp=256, style_dims=64, num_res_blocks=2, num_mlp_blocks=3, num_downsamples_style=4, num_downsamples_content=2, num_image_channels=3, weight_norm_type='', **kwargs): super().__init__() self.style_encoder = StyleEncoder(num_downsamples_style, num_image_channels, num_filters, style_dims, 'reflect', 'none', weight_norm_type, 'relu') self.content_encoder = ContentEncoder(num_downsamples_content, num_res_blocks, num_image_channels, num_filters, 'reflect', 'instance', weight_norm_type, 'relu') self.decoder = Decoder(self.content_encoder.output_dim, num_filters_mlp, num_image_channels, num_downsamples_content, 'reflect', weight_norm_type, 'relu') self.mlp = MLP(style_dims, num_filters_mlp, num_filters_mlp, num_mlp_blocks, 'none', 'relu')
[docs] def forward(self, images): r"""Reconstruct the input image by combining the computer content and style code. Args: images (tensor): Input image tensor. """ # reconstruct an image content, style = self.encode(images) images_recon = self.decode(content, style) return images_recon
[docs] def encode(self, images): r"""Encoder images to get their content and style codes. Args: images (tensor): Input image tensor. """ style = self.style_encoder(images) content = self.content_encoder(images) return content, style
[docs] def decode(self, content, style): r"""Generate images by combining their content and style codes. Args: content (tensor): Content code tensor. style (tensor): Style code tensor. """ style = self.mlp(style) images = self.decoder(content, style) return images
[docs]class Decoder(nn.Module): r"""Improved FUNIT decoder. Args: num_enc_output_channels (int): Number of content feature channels. style_channels (int): Dimension of the style code. num_image_channels (int): Number of image channels. num_upsamples (int): How many times we are going to apply upsample residual block. """ def __init__(self, num_enc_output_channels, style_channels, num_image_channels=3, num_upsamples=4, padding_type='reflect', weight_norm_type='none', nonlinearity='relu'): super(Decoder, self).__init__() adain_params = SimpleNamespace( activation_norm_type='instance', activation_norm_params=SimpleNamespace(affine=False), cond_dims=style_channels) base_res_block = partial(Res2dBlock, kernel_size=3, padding=1, padding_mode=padding_type, nonlinearity=nonlinearity, activation_norm_type='adaptive', activation_norm_params=adain_params, weight_norm_type=weight_norm_type, learn_shortcut=False) base_up_res_block = partial(UpRes2dBlock, kernel_size=5, padding=2, padding_mode=padding_type, weight_norm_type=weight_norm_type, activation_norm_type='adaptive', activation_norm_params=adain_params, skip_activation_norm='instance', skip_nonlinearity=nonlinearity, nonlinearity=nonlinearity, hidden_channels_equal_out_channels=True, learn_shortcut=True) dims = num_enc_output_channels # Residual blocks with AdaIN. self.decoder = nn.ModuleList() self.decoder += [base_res_block(dims, dims)] self.decoder += [base_res_block(dims, dims)] for _ in range(num_upsamples): self.decoder += [base_up_res_block(dims, dims // 2)] dims = dims // 2 self.decoder += [Conv2dBlock(dims, num_image_channels, kernel_size=7, stride=1, padding=3, padding_mode='reflect', nonlinearity='tanh')]
[docs] def forward(self, x, style): r""" Args: x (tensor): Content embedding of the content image. style (tensor): Style embedding of the style image. """ for block in self.decoder: if getattr(block, 'conditional', False): x = block(x, style) else: x = block(x) return x
[docs]class StyleEncoder(nn.Module): r"""Improved FUNIT Style Encoder. This is basically the same as the original FUNIT Style Encoder. Args: num_downsamples (int): Number of times we reduce resolution by 2x2. image_channels (int): Number of input image channels. num_filters (int): Base filter number. style_channels (int): Style code dimension. padding_mode (str): Padding mode. activation_norm_type (str): Type of activation normalization. weight_norm_type (str): Type of weight normalization. ``'none'``, ``'spectral'``, or ``'weight'``. nonlinearity (str): Nonlinearity. """ def __init__(self, num_downsamples, image_channels, num_filters, style_channels, padding_mode, activation_norm_type, weight_norm_type, nonlinearity): super().__init__() conv_params = dict(padding_mode=padding_mode, activation_norm_type=activation_norm_type, weight_norm_type=weight_norm_type, nonlinearity=nonlinearity, inplace_nonlinearity=True) model = [] model += [Conv2dBlock(image_channels, num_filters, 7, 1, 3, **conv_params)] for i in range(2): model += [Conv2dBlock(num_filters, 2 * num_filters, 4, 2, 1, **conv_params)] num_filters *= 2 for i in range(num_downsamples - 2): model += [Conv2dBlock(num_filters, num_filters, 4, 2, 1, **conv_params)] model += [nn.AdaptiveAvgPool2d(1)] model += [nn.Conv2d(num_filters, style_channels, 1, 1, 0)] self.model = nn.Sequential(*model) self.output_dim = num_filters
[docs] def forward(self, x): r""" Args: x (tensor): Input image. """ return self.model(x)
[docs]class ContentEncoder(nn.Module): r"""Improved FUNIT Content Encoder. This is basically the same as the original FUNIT content encoder. Args: num_downsamples (int): Number of times we reduce resolution by 2x2. num_res_blocks (int): Number of times we append residual block after all the downsampling modules. image_channels (int): Number of input image channels. num_filters (int): Base filter number. padding_mode (str): Padding mode activation_norm_type (str): Type of activation normalization. weight_norm_type (str): Type of weight normalization. ``'none'``, ``'spectral'``, or ``'weight'``. nonlinearity (str): Nonlinearity. """ def __init__(self, num_downsamples, num_res_blocks, image_channels, num_filters, padding_mode, activation_norm_type, weight_norm_type, nonlinearity): super().__init__() conv_params = dict(padding_mode=padding_mode, activation_norm_type=activation_norm_type, weight_norm_type=weight_norm_type, nonlinearity=nonlinearity, inplace_nonlinearity=True, order='CNACNA') model = [] model += [Conv2dBlock(image_channels, num_filters, 7, 1, 3, **conv_params)] dims = num_filters for i in range(num_downsamples): model += [Conv2dBlock(dims, dims * 2, 4, 2, 1, **conv_params)] dims *= 2 for _ in range(num_res_blocks): model += [Res2dBlock(dims, dims, learn_shortcut=False, **conv_params)] self.model = nn.Sequential(*model) self.output_dim = dims
[docs] def forward(self, x): r""" Args: x (tensor): Input image. """ return self.model(x)
[docs]class MLP(nn.Module): r"""Improved FUNIT style decoder. Args: input_dim (int): Input dimension (style code dimension). output_dim (int): Output dimension (to be fed into the AdaIN layer). latent_dim (int): Latent dimension. num_layers (int): Number of layers in the MLP. activation_norm_type (str): Activation type. nonlinearity (str): Nonlinearity type. """ def __init__(self, input_dim, output_dim, latent_dim, num_layers, activation_norm_type, nonlinearity): super().__init__() model = [] model += [LinearBlock(input_dim, latent_dim, activation_norm_type=activation_norm_type, nonlinearity=nonlinearity)] # changed from num_layers - 2 to num_layers - 3. for i in range(num_layers - 3): model += [LinearBlock(latent_dim, latent_dim, activation_norm_type=activation_norm_type, nonlinearity=nonlinearity)] model += [LinearBlock(latent_dim, output_dim, activation_norm_type=activation_norm_type, nonlinearity=nonlinearity)] self.model = nn.Sequential(*model)
[docs] def forward(self, x): r""" Args: x (tensor): Input tensor. """ return self.model(x.view(x.size(0), -1))