tfm.vision.augment.AutoAugment

Applies the AutoAugment policy to images.

Inherits From: ImageAugment

AutoAugment is from the paper: https://arxiv.org/abs/1805.09501

augmentation_name The name of the AutoAugment policy to use. The available options are v0, test, reduced_cifar10, svhn and reduced_imagenet. v0 is the policy used for all of the results in the paper and was found to achieve the best results on the COCO dataset. v1, v2 and v3 are additional good policies found on the COCO dataset that have slight variation in what operations were used during the search procedure along with how many operations are applied in parallel to a single image (2 vs 3). Make sure to set policies to None (the default) if you want to set options using augmentation_name.
policies list of lists of tuples in the form (func, prob, level), func is a string name of the augmentation function, prob is the probability of applying the func operation, level (or magnitude) is the input argument for func. For example:

[[('Equalize', 0.9, 3), ('Color', 0.7, 8)],
 [('Invert', 0.6, 5), ('Rotate', 0.2, 9), ('ShearX', 0.1, 2)], ...]

The outer-most list must be 3-d. The number of operations in a sub-policy can vary from one sub-policy to another. If you provide policies as input, any option set with augmentation_name will get overriden as they are mutually exclusive.

cutout_const multiplier for applying cutout.
translate_const multiplier for applying translation.

ValueError if augmentation_name is unsupported.

Methods

detection_policy_v0

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Autoaugment policy that was used in AutoAugment Paper for Detection.

https://arxiv.org/pdf/1906.11172

Each tuple is an augmentation operation of the form (operation, probability, magnitude). Each element in policy is a sub-policy that will be applied sequentially on the image.

Returns
the policy.

distort

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See base class.

distort_with_boxes

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See base class.

policy_reduced_cifar10

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Autoaugment policy for reduced CIFAR-10 dataset.

Result is from the AutoAugment paper: https://arxiv.org/abs/1805.09501

Each tuple is an augmentation operation of the form (operation, probability, magnitude). Each element in policy is a sub-policy that will be applied sequentially on the image.

Returns
the policy.

policy_reduced_imagenet

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Autoaugment policy for reduced ImageNet dataset.

Result is from the AutoAugment paper: https://arxiv.org/abs/1805.09501

Each tuple is an augmentation operation of the form (operation, probability, magnitude). Each element in policy is a sub-policy that will be applied sequentially on the image.

Returns
the policy.

policy_simple

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Same as policy_v0, except with custom ops removed.

policy_svhn

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Autoaugment policy for SVHN dataset.

Result is from the AutoAugment paper: https://arxiv.org/abs/1805.09501

Each tuple is an augmentation operation of the form (operation, probability, magnitude). Each element in policy is a sub-policy that will be applied sequentially on the image.

Returns
the policy.

policy_test

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Autoaugment test policy for debugging.

policy_v0

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Autoaugment policy that was used in AutoAugment Paper.

Each tuple is an augmentation operation of the form (operation, probability, magnitude). Each element in policy is a sub-policy that will be applied sequentially on the image.

Returns
the policy.