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Subject [GitHub] [incubator-tvm] manupa-arm commented on a change in pull request #5030: [RELAY] Added a AnnotatedRegion utility class
Date Wed, 25 Mar 2020 09:30:19 GMT
manupa-arm commented on a change in pull request #5030: [RELAY] Added a AnnotatedRegion utility
class
URL: https://github.com/apache/incubator-tvm/pull/5030#discussion_r397711380
 
 

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 File path: tests/python/relay/test_annotated_regions.py
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+# pylint: disable=no-else-return, unidiomatic-typecheck, invalid-name
+from tvm import relay
+from tvm.relay.op.annotation import compiler_begin, compiler_end
+
+
+def check_region(region_set, args, nodes, rets):
+    region = region_set.get_region(args[0])
+    assert region
+    assert set(args) == set(region.args)
+    assert set(nodes) == set(region.nodes)
+    assert set(rets) == set(region.rets)
+
+
+def test_region_set_creator_diamond():
+    data = relay.var('data', shape=(10, 10))
+    cb_1 = compiler_begin(data, 'test_target')
+    O_1 = relay.abs(cb_1)
+    ce_1 = compiler_end(O_1, 'test_target')
+    ce_2 = compiler_end(O_1, 'test_target')
+    cb_2 = compiler_begin(ce_1, 'test_target')
+    O_2 = relay.nn.relu(cb_2)
+    ce_3 = compiler_end(O_2, 'test_target')
+    cb_d = compiler_begin(ce_2, "default")
+    X = relay.tanh(cb_d)
+    ce_d = compiler_end(X, 'default')
+    cb_3 = compiler_begin(ce_3, 'test_target')
+    cb_4 = compiler_begin(ce_d, 'test_target')
+    O_3 = relay.add(cb_3, cb_4)
+    ce_4 = compiler_end(O_3, 'test_target')
+    diamond = relay.Function([data], ce_4)
+
+    region_set = relay.analysis.AnnotatedRegionSet(diamond,
+                                                   relay.op.get("annotation.compiler_begin"),
+                                                   relay.op.get("annotation.compiler_end"))
+    assert len(region_set) == 4
+    check_region(
+        region_set,
+        [cb_1],
+        [cb_1, O_1, ce_1, ce_2],
+        [ce_1, ce_2],
+    )
+    check_region(
+        region_set,
+        [cb_2],
+        [cb_2, O_2, ce_3],
+        [ce_3],
+    )
+    check_region(
+        region_set,
+        [cb_d],
+        [cb_d, X, ce_d],
+        [ce_d],
+    )
+    check_region(
+        region_set,
+        [cb_3, cb_4],
+        [cb_3, cb_4, O_3, ce_4],
+        [ce_4],
+    )
+
+
+def test_region_set_creator_merged():
+    data = relay.var('data', shape=(10, 10))
+    cb_1 = compiler_begin(data, 'test_target')
+    O_1 = relay.abs(cb_1)
+    ce_2 = compiler_end(O_1, 'test_target')
+    O_2 = relay.nn.relu(O_1)
+    ce_3 = compiler_end(O_2, 'test_target')
+    cb_d = compiler_begin(ce_2, "default")
+    X = relay.tanh(cb_d)
+    ce_d = compiler_end(X, 'default')
+    cb_3 = compiler_begin(ce_3, 'test_target')
+    cb_4 = compiler_begin(ce_d, 'test_target')
+    O_3 = relay.add(cb_3, cb_4)
+    ce_4 = compiler_end(O_3, 'test_target')
+    merged = relay.Function([data], ce_4)
+
+    region_set = relay.analysis.AnnotatedRegionSet(merged,
 
 Review comment:
   @jwfromm To clarify further,
   
   I think this feature provides a mechanism to obtain annotated regions (as a data structure
--  a collection of nodes with ins and outs) that are bound (i.e. all the incoming and outgoing
edges, to the region from the rest of the graph, are bound ) by annotation ops.
   
   One important use case of it is to highlight regions that are off-loaded to different backend
compilers. In which case,  all the ins and outs (which are annotation ops) should have the
'compiler" attribute as @mbaret  mentions in the previous comment.
   
   However, it is not limited to backend compiler partitioning. I see this being useful in
future region specific optimizations that a user might want to do without needing to pass
additional objects (C++/Python); just through passing the IR modules with annotations. I am
also using this in my recent [PR](https://github.com/apache/incubator-tvm/pull/5143).

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