07-05-2021 10:30 AM
Hi Xilinx Community,
I saw from vai_q_caffe command usage that there are two quantization methods: 0 for non-overflow and 1 for min-diffs. To the best of my knowledge, the old Edge-AI tutorial for SSD and Yolo both used method 0, whereas the new Vitis-AI tutorial uses method 1 for YoloV4.
Is there any general rule for using method 0? I meant, for which types of network we need to use method 1 and method 0?
Thanks very much.
07-12-2021 06:45 AM - edited 07-14-2021 07:56 AM
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