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I got many files in the folder op_test\bin_r_cv4 on khadas VIM3.
My question is: what do these files mean?
I cannot regenerate these files again. I am following the same steps but I cannot generate these files again. I don’t know which steps I followed when these files were generated.
the folder is at this link.
I think I followed the same steps as I am following now. But now I can not generate these files. Can you please help me out?
@enggsajjad Each file represents a neural network layer.
This is reproducible, I suggest you can re-run it exactly as documented
I tried many times, all the steps are executed normally, but there is no text files produced. This is the output of all the steps, but there is no text files produced as in the previous step.
@enggsajjad I will find time to test, but you need to wait
Oh, I just figured out that while setting the variables using export command. I was using Ctrl+R to use previously used commands in the terminal and I guess I missed
twice. I will check it today and update here.
btw, where i can find the documentation of these export variables?
Sorry, what does the numbers in these files mean? Where can I get the information about these files and numbers? @Frank @numbqq
@enggsajjad Have you checked your network model before conversion? The network model is numbered from the top to the bottom. This number corresponds to the order of the operators of the neural network layer.
Sorry, I am talking about the contents of the files produced using export NN_LAYER_DUMP=1. as below
for quick response.
Also, I am really new to NPU and model conversions, I have not checked the network model before conversion.
I just explored these files and found that there is a link between number of enteries in these text files in the folder op_test[bin_r_cv4](Dropbox - bin_r_cv4 - Simplify your life) and corresponding layer output in graph.json. For example:
contains following Total numder of enteries:
So I guess these are the weights or so? Please guide?
Also do you have any idea how to interpret or understand the graph.json, please recommend any documentation,
Thanks @Frank @numbqq