I am trying to vectorize some code, however it is proving to be a lot more
difficult than I initially expected. Any help would be greatly appreciated.
My first objective is to create a vector with the same dimensions of another vector, however add 1 more dimension. Right now I have this and it seems to generalize quite well to different dimension sizes:
given some tensor a that has size = [a, b, c, … , n] (n dimensions),
b = torch.zeros_like(a.unsqueeze(0)) b = b.numpy() b = np.repeat(b, 3, axis = 0) b = torch.from_numpy(b.squeeze())
now I end up with a tensor b with size = [3, a, b, …, n], an n+1 dimensional tensor.
My issue arises with the following bit. If i have another tensor, say c = [0,1,2], how can I have it so that when I multiply c by b element wise, the multiplication results in something like this,
b[0,:,:, … ,:] will be multiplied by all 0’s,
b[1,:,:, … ,:] will be multiplied by all 1’s and so on?
i.e i multiple each element of the 3 (initially identical) tensors in the 0th dimension by 0, 1 and 2 respectively?
I’ve tried using the expand function, but what I’m doing doesn’t work well.
Again, any help would be much appreciated!