Stochastically creates batches based on per-class probabilities.
tf.contrib.training.stratified_sample( tensors, labels, target_probs, batch_size, init_probs=None, enqueue_many=False, queue_capacity=16, threads_per_queue=1, name=None )
This method discards examples. Internally, it creates one queue to amortize the cost of disk reads, and one queue to hold the properly-proportioned batch.
tensors: List of tensors for data. All tensors are either one item or a batch, according to enqueue_many.
labels: Tensor for label of data. Label is a single integer or a batch, depending on
enqueue_many. It is not a one-hot vector.
target_probs: Target class proportions in batch. An object whose type has a registered Tensor conversion function.
batch_size: Size of batch to be returned.
init_probs: Class proportions in the data. An object whose type has a registered Tensor conversion function, or
Nonefor estimating the initial distribution.
enqueue_many: Bool. If true, interpret input tensors as having a batch dimension.
queue_capacity: Capacity of the large queue that holds input examples.
threads_per_queue: Number of threads for the large queue that holds input examples and for the final queue with the proper class proportions.
name: Optional prefix for ops created by this function.
enqueue_manyis True and labels doesn't have a batch dimension, or if
enqueue_manyis False and labels isn't a scalar.
enqueue_manyis True, and batch dimension on data and labels don't match.
ValueError: if probs don't sum to one.
ValueError: if a zero initial probability class has a nonzero target probability.
TFAssertion: if labels aren't integers in [0, num classes).
(data_batch, label_batch), where data_batch is a list of tensors of the same
Get tensor for a single data and label example.
data, label = data_provider.Get(['data', 'label'])
Get stratified batch according to per-class probabilities.
target_probs = [...distribution you want...] [data_batch], labels = tf.contrib.training.stratified_sample( [data], label, target_probs)
Run batch through network.