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chainer - A flexible framework of neural networks for deep learning

  •    Python

Chainer is a Python-based deep learning framework aiming at flexibility. It provides automatic differentiation APIs based on the define-by-run approach (a.k.a. dynamic computational graphs) as well as object-oriented high-level APIs to build and train neural networks. It also supports CUDA/cuDNN using CuPy for high performance training and inference. For more details of Chainer, see the documents and resources listed above and join the community in Forum, Slack, and Twitter. The stable version of current Chainer is separated in here: v3.

cupy - NumPy-like API accelerated with CUDA

  •    Python

CuPy is an implementation of NumPy-compatible multi-dimensional array on CUDA. CuPy consists of the core multi-dimensional array class, cupy.ndarray, and many functions on it. It supports a subset of numpy.ndarray interface. For detailed instructions on installing CuPy, see the installation guide.

dlwin - GPU-accelerated Deep Learning on Windows 10 native

  •    Python

There are certainly a lot of guides to assist you build great deep learning (DL) setups on Linux or Mac OS (including with Tensorflow which, unfortunately, as of this posting, cannot be easily installed on Windows), but few care about building an efficient Windows 10-native setup. Most focus on running an Ubuntu VM hosted on Windows or using Docker, unnecessary - and ultimately sub-optimal - steps. We also found enough misguiding/deprecated information out there to make it worthwhile putting together a step-by-step guide for the latest stable versions of Keras, Tensorflow, CNTK, MXNet, and PyTorch. Used either together (e.g., Keras with Tensorflow backend), or independently -- PyTorch cannot be used as a Keras backend, TensorFlow can be used on its own -- they make for some of the most powerful deep learning python libraries to work natively on Windows.




Arraymancer - A fast, ergonomic and portable tensor library in Nim with a deep learning focus for CPU, GPU, OpenCL and embedded devices

  •    Nim

Arraymancer is a tensor (N-dimensional array) project in Nim. The main focus is providing a fast and ergonomic CPU, Cuda and OpenCL ndarray library on which to build a scientific computing and in particular a deep learning ecosystem. The library is inspired by Numpy and PyTorch. The library provides ergonomics very similar to Numpy, Julia and Matlab but is fully parallel and significantly faster than those libraries. It is also faster than C-based Torch.

DeepRacket - A simple starting point for doing deep learning in Racket

  •    Racket

This package provides a set of interfaces for doing deep learning in the Racket (a Scheme/Lisp dialect) programming language. The project is still in the growing pains phase, so please excuse the mess.

llvm-stuff - LLVM resources and things.

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Check the wiki for links to useful LLVM resources, and guides to building LLVM on Windows.

Arch-Data-Science - Archlinux PKGBUILDs for Data Science, Machine Learning, Deep Learning, NLP and Computer Vision

  •    Shell

Welcome to my repo to build Data Science, Machine Learning, Computer Vision, Natural language Processing and Deep Learning packages from source. My Data Science environment is running from a LXC container so Tensorflow build system, bazel, must be build with its auto-sandboxing disabled.


cudnn_rnn_theano_benchmarks

  •    Python

These benchmarks are aimed at understanding the performance gains with using the cuDNN RNN implementation (https://devblogs.nvidia.com/parallelforall/optimizing-recurrent-neural-networks-cudnn-5/) in theano. The benchmarks are evaluated similar to https://github.com/glample/rnn-benchmarks that compares RNN implementations in different deep learning frameworks. Results will be integrated into the above repository eventually.

Computer-Vision-and-Deep-Learning-Setup - Tutorial on how to setup your system with a NVIDIA GPU and to install Deep Learning Frameworks like TensorFlow, Darknet for YOLO, Theano, and Keras; OpenCV; and NVIDIA drivers, CUDA, and cuDNN libraries on Ubuntu 16

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Tutorial on how to setup your system with a NVIDIA GPU and to install Deep Learning Frameworks like TensorFlow, PyTorch, Darknet for YOLO, Theano, and Keras; build OpenCV; and also setting up NVIDIA drivers, CUDA, cuDNN, TensorRT libraries on Ubuntu 16, 17 and 18. Before installing anything, let us first update the information about the packages stored on the computer and upgrade the already installed packages to their latest versions.

gocudnn - Go Bindings for cudnn and other cuda pacakges.

  •    Go

V0.1_75_101 is compiling. It is cudnn 7.5 w/ cuda 10.1, There might be bugs. Send me a pull request. I made a BatchNormalD descriptor and BatchNormDEx descriptor. You will call this with a "Create" function. and set it like the other descriptors.

gpu-monitor - Script to remotely check GPU servers for free GPUs

  •    Python

This Python script allows to check for free Nvidia GPUs in remote servers. Additional features include to list the type of GPUs and who's using them. The idea is to speed up the work of finding a free GPU in institutions that share multiple GPU servers. The script works by using your account to SSH into the servers and running nvidia-smi.






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