Hi, I just made learnable parameter of torch.
the tensor name is
Here is my neural network’s definition.
class LSTM(nn.Module): def __init__(self, n_lstm=2048, n_reduced=128, n_hidden=32): super(LSTM, self).__init__() self.z = nn.Parameter(torch.tensor(1.0), requires_grad=True)
In my case, I want to learn the “best kernel size(1 to 12)” of max_pool1d as belows, via training of the learnable parameter, z.
def forward(self, input): ... output = F.max_pool1d(torch.cat((min_tensor, input), 2), z, stride=1)
z is in the range of 1 to 12.
So I can train 12 times, changing z to 1 from 12 And choose the best z value looking for best validation loss.
However, I want to learn and decide the z via backpropagation.
Cause z should be int, not tensor, I cast-type z to int from tensor as follows.
z = (int)(self.z.cpu().detach().numpy()) F.max_pool1d(torch.cat((min_tensor, -QoS), 2), z, stride=1)
However, the z value is not change… It always return 1.0, it is static…
I’m worrying that the typecast to int from tensor caused un-learnable state.
but I want to find best z value via backpropagation.
It is possible? What should be edit in my code?