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Marvin: A Minimalist GPU-only N-Dimensional ConvNets Framework

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Marvin

Marvin is a GPU-only neural network framework made with simplicity, hackability, speed, memory consumption, and high dimensional data in mind.

Dependences

Download CUDA 7.5 and cuDNN 5.1. You will need to register with NVIDIA. Below are some additional steps to set up cuDNN 5.1. NOTE We highly recommend that you install different versions of cuDNN to different directories (e.g.,

/usr/local/cudnn/vXX
) because different software packages may require different versions.
LIB_DIR=lib$([[ $(uname) == "Linux" ]] && echo 64)
CUDNN_LIB_DIR=/usr/local/cudnn/v5.1/$LIB_DIR
echo LD_LIBRARY_PATH=$LD_LIBRARY_PATH:$CUDNN_LIB_DIR >> ~/.profile && ~/.profile

tar zxvf cudnn*.tgz sudo cp cuda/$LIB_DIR/* $CUDNN_LIB_DIR/ sudo cp cuda/include/* /usr/local/cudnn/v5.1/include/

Compilation

./compile.sh

MNIST

  1. Prepare data: run examples/mnist/prepare_mnist.m in Matlab
  2. Train a model: run ./examples/mnist/demo.sh in shell
  3. Visualize filters: run examples/mnist/demovisfilter.m in Matlab

Tutorials and Documentation

Please see our website at http://marvin.is.

Citation

The following is the citation of the current version of Marvin. Note that the reference may change in the future when new contributors join the project.

@misc{Marvin20151110,
      title        = {Marvin: A minimalist {GPU}-only {N}-dimensional {ConvNet} framework},
      author       = {Jianxiong Xiao and Shuran Song and Daniel Suo and Fisher Yu},
      howpublished = {\url{http://marvin.is}},
      note         = {Accessed: 2015-11-10}
}

Acknowledgements

Marvin stands on the shoulders of others who have open-sourced their work. You can find the source code of their projects along with license information below. We acknowledge and are grateful to these developers and researchers for their contributions to open source.

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