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Registered: ‎08-02-2019

DNNC compilation error

Hi,

I am trying action recognition using 3D convolution with tensorflow. When I run decent_q.sh, I get the following warnings:

INFO: Calibration Done.
INFO: Generating Deploy Model...
[DEPLOY WARNING] Node strided_slice(Type: StridedSlice) is not quantized and cannot be deployed to DPU,because it has unquantized input node: strided_slice/stack. Please deploy it on CPU.
[DEPLOY WARNING] Node transpose(Type: Transpose) is not quantized and cannot be deployed to DPU,because it has unquantized input node: pool5. Please deploy it on CPU.
[DEPLOY WARNING] Node Reshape(Type: Reshape) is not quantized and cannot be deployed to DPU,because it has unquantized input node: transpose. Please deploy it on CPU.
INFO: Deploy Model Generated.

Now, when I run dnnc_ZCU104.sh i get the following error:

DNNDK : 3.1
Board Name : ZCU104
DCF file : ../../../dcf/ZCU104.dcf
CPU Arch : arm64
DNNC Mode : debug
dnnc version v3.00
DPU Target : v1.4.0
Build Label: Aug 9 2019 13:19:12
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[DNNC][Error] 'Const' op should be fused with current op [StridedSlice] by DECENT.

Can someone please help me resolve this error!

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Visitor pheles
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Registered: ‎05-21-2019

Re: DNNC compilation error

Hi James,

without really knowing the example you are working through: you need to get rid of these [DEPLOY WARNING] messages. Those are operators that cannot be placed into DPU resources. This can be done by defining --output_nodes prior to the strided_slice operator when executing the decent tool. Any operator after that node must be coded inside your inference software.

Hope that helps!

Regards,

André