# efficientnet_b0

Implementation of EfficientNet proposed in EfficientNet: Rethinking Model Scaling for Convolutional Neural Networks

The basic architecture is similar to MobileNetV2 as was computed by using Progressive Neural Architecture Search .

The following table shows the basic architecture (EfficientNet-efficientnet_b0):

Then, the architecture is scaled up from [-efficientnet_b0]{.title-ref} to [-efficientnet_b7]{.title-ref} using compound scaling.

EfficientNet.efficientnet_b0()
EfficientNet.efficientnet_b1()
EfficientNet.efficientnet_b2()
EfficientNet.efficientnet_b3()
EfficientNet.efficientnet_b4()
EfficientNet.efficientnet_b5()
EfficientNet.efficientnet_b6()
EfficientNet.efficientnet_b7()
EfficientNet.efficientnet_b8()
EfficientNet.efficientnet_l2()


Examples:

EfficientNet.efficientnet_b0(activation = nn.SELU)
# change number of classes (default is 1000 )
EfficientNet.efficientnet_b0(n_classes=100)
# pass a different block
EfficientNet.efficientnet_b0(block=...)
# store each feature
x = torch.rand((1, 3, 224, 224))
model = EfficientNet.efficientnet_b0()
# first call .features, this will activate the forward hooks and tells the model you'll like to get the features
model.encoder.features
model(torch.randn((1,3,224,224)))
# get the features from the encoder
features = model.encoder.features
print([x.shape for x in features])
# [torch.Size([1, 32, 112, 112]), torch.Size([1, 24, 56, 56]), torch.Size([1, 40, 28, 28]), torch.Size([1, 80, 14, 14])]