|author||Yijun Chen <email@example.com>||Sun Jul 05 14:30:54 2020 +0800|
|committer||GitHub <firstname.lastname@example.org>||Sat Jul 04 23:30:54 2020 -0700|
[v1.7.x] backport mixed type binary ops to v1.7.x (#18649) * Fix Windows GPU CI (#17962) Update Windows CI to use VS 2019 and enable x64 bit toolchain. Previously we are using an older 32 bit toolchain causing OOM errors during linking. Switching to x64 bit toolchain on the older VS version previously used by the CI was attempted in #17912 and did not work. Update to Cuda 10.2 as it is required by VS 2019. Switch to ninja-build on Windows to speed up build as ninja-build is now preinstalled. Remove logic to install cmake 3.16 on every PR as cmake 3.17 is now preinstalled. Add build retrials due to cuda thrust + VS2019 flakyness. Co-authored-by: vexilligera <email@example.com> * backport mixed type Co-authored-by: Leonard Lausen <firstname.lastname@example.org> Co-authored-by: vexilligera <email@example.com>
Apache MXNet (incubating) is a deep learning framework designed for both efficiency and flexibility. It allows you to mix symbolic and imperative programming to maximize efficiency and productivity. At its core, MXNet contains a dynamic dependency scheduler that automatically parallelizes both symbolic and imperative operations on the fly. A graph optimization layer on top of that makes symbolic execution fast and memory efficient. MXNet is portable and lightweight, scaling effectively to multiple GPUs and multiple machines.
MXNet is more than a deep learning project. It is a collection of blue prints and guidelines for building deep learning systems, and interesting insights of DL systems for hackers.
Licensed under an Apache-2.0 license.
Tianqi Chen, Mu Li, Yutian Li, Min Lin, Naiyan Wang, Minjie Wang, Tianjun Xiao, Bing Xu, Chiyuan Zhang, and Zheng Zhang. MXNet: A Flexible and Efficient Machine Learning Library for Heterogeneous Distributed Systems. In Neural Information Processing Systems, Workshop on Machine Learning Systems, 2015
MXNet emerged from a collaboration by the authors of cxxnet, minerva, and purine2. The project reflects what we have learned from the past projects. MXNet combines aspects of each of these projects to achieve flexibility, speed, and memory efficiency.