Learn how to use PyTorch to build neural network models using code snippets updated for this second edition. This book includes new chapters covering topics such as distributed PyTorch modeling, deploying PyTorch models in production, and developments around PyTorch with updated code.
You'll start by learning how to use tensors to develop and fine-tune neural network models and implement deep learning models such as LSTMs, and RNNs. Next, you'll explore probability distribution concepts using PyTorch, as well as supervised and unsupervised algorithms with PyTorch. This is followed by a deep dive on building models with convolutional neural networks, deep neural networks, and recurrent neural networks using PyTorch. This new edition covers also topics such as Scorch, a compatible module equivalent to the Scikit machine learning library, model quantization to reduce parameter size, and preparing a model for deployment within a production system. Distributed parallel processing for balancing PyTorch workloads, using PyTorch for image processing, audio analysis, and model interpretation are also covered in detail. Each chapter includes recipe code snippets to perform specific activities.
By the end of this book, you will be able to confidently build neural network models using PyTorch.
What You Will Learn
Utilize new code snippets and models to train machine learning models using PyTorch
Train deep learning models with fewer and smarter implementations
Explore the PyTorch framework for model explainability and to bring transparency to model interpretation
Build, train, and deploy neural network models designed to scale with PyTorch
Understand best practices for evaluating and fine-tuning models using PyTorch
Use advanced torch features in training deep neural networks
Explore various neural network models using PyTorch
Discover functions compatible with sci-kit learn compatible models
Perform distributed PyTorch training and execution
Who This Book Is For
Machine learning engineers, data scientists and Python programmers and software developers interested in learning the PyTorch framework.