View source: R/layersrecurrent.R
layer_lstm  R Documentation 
For a stepbystep description of the algorithm, see this tutorial.
layer_lstm(
object,
units,
activation = "tanh",
recurrent_activation = "sigmoid",
use_bias = TRUE,
return_sequences = FALSE,
return_state = FALSE,
go_backwards = FALSE,
stateful = FALSE,
time_major = FALSE,
unroll = FALSE,
kernel_initializer = "glorot_uniform",
recurrent_initializer = "orthogonal",
bias_initializer = "zeros",
unit_forget_bias = TRUE,
kernel_regularizer = NULL,
recurrent_regularizer = NULL,
bias_regularizer = NULL,
activity_regularizer = NULL,
kernel_constraint = NULL,
recurrent_constraint = NULL,
bias_constraint = NULL,
dropout = 0,
recurrent_dropout = 0,
...
)
object 
What to compose the new

units 
Positive integer, dimensionality of the output space. 
activation 
Activation function to use. Default: hyperbolic tangent
( 
recurrent_activation 
Activation function to use for the recurrent step. 
use_bias 
Boolean, whether the layer uses a bias vector. 
return_sequences 
Boolean. Whether to return the last output in the output sequence, or the full sequence. 
return_state 
Boolean (default FALSE). Whether to return the last state in addition to the output. 
go_backwards 
Boolean (default FALSE). If TRUE, process the input sequence backwards and return the reversed sequence. 
stateful 
Boolean (default FALSE). If TRUE, the last state for each sample at index i in a batch will be used as initial state for the sample of index i in the following batch. 
time_major 
If True, the inputs and outputs will be in shape

unroll 
Boolean (default FALSE). If TRUE, the network will be unrolled, else a symbolic loop will be used. Unrolling can speedup a RNN, although it tends to be more memoryintensive. Unrolling is only suitable for short sequences. 
kernel_initializer 
Initializer for the 
recurrent_initializer 
Initializer for the 
bias_initializer 
Initializer for the bias vector. 
unit_forget_bias 
Boolean. If TRUE, add 1 to the bias of the forget
gate at initialization. Setting it to true will also force

kernel_regularizer 
Regularizer function applied to the 
recurrent_regularizer 
Regularizer function applied to the

bias_regularizer 
Regularizer function applied to the bias vector. 
activity_regularizer 
Regularizer function applied to the output of the layer (its "activation").. 
kernel_constraint 
Constraint function applied to the 
recurrent_constraint 
Constraint function applied to the

bias_constraint 
Constraint function applied to the bias vector. 
dropout 
Float between 0 and 1. Fraction of the units to drop for the linear transformation of the inputs. 
recurrent_dropout 
Float between 0 and 1. Fraction of the units to drop for the linear transformation of the recurrent state. 
... 
Standard Layer args. 
ND tensor with shape (batch_size, timesteps, ...)
,
or (timesteps, batch_size, ...)
when time_major = TRUE
.
if return_state
: a list of tensors. The first tensor is
the output. The remaining tensors are the last states,
each with shape (batch_size, state_size)
, where state_size
could be a high dimension tensor shape.
if return_sequences
: ND tensor with shape [batch_size, timesteps, output_size]
, where output_size
could be a high dimension tensor shape, or
[timesteps, batch_size, output_size]
when time_major
is TRUE
else, ND tensor with shape [batch_size, output_size]
, where
output_size
could be a high dimension tensor shape.
This layer supports masking for input data with a variable number of
timesteps. To introduce masks to your data, use
layer_embedding()
with the mask_zero
parameter set to TRUE
.
You can set RNN layers to be 'stateful', which means that the states computed for the samples in one batch will be reused as initial states for the samples in the next batch. This assumes a onetoone mapping between samples in different successive batches.
For intuition behind statefulness, there is a helpful blog post here: https://philipperemy.github.io/kerasstatefullstm/
To enable statefulness:
Specify stateful = TRUE
in the layer constructor.
Specify a fixed batch size for your model. For sequential models,
pass batch_input_shape = list(...)
to the first layer in your model.
For functional models with 1 or more Input layers, pass
batch_shape = list(...)
to all the first layers in your model.
This is the expected shape of your inputs including the batch size.
It should be a list of integers, e.g. list(32, 10, 100)
.
For dimensions which can vary (are not known ahead of time),
use NULL
in place of an integer, e.g. list(32, NULL, NULL)
.
Specify shuffle = FALSE
when calling fit()
.
To reset the states of your model, call layer$reset_states()
on either
a specific layer, or on your entire model.
You can specify the initial state of RNN layers symbolically by calling them
with the keyword argument initial_state.
The value of initial_state should
be a tensor or list of tensors representing the initial state of the RNN
layer.
You can specify the initial state of RNN layers numerically by calling
reset_states
with the named argument states.
The value of states
should
be an array or list of arrays representing the initial state of the RNN
layer.
You can pass "external" constants to the cell using the constants
named
argument of RNN$__call__
(as well as RNN$call
) method. This requires that the
cell$call
method accepts the same keyword argument constants
. Such constants
can be used to condition the cell transformation on additional static inputs
(not changing over time), a.k.a. an attention mechanism.
Long shortterm memory (original 1997 paper)
A Theoretically Grounded Application of Dropout in Recurrent Neural Networks
Other recurrent layers:
layer_cudnn_gru()
,
layer_cudnn_lstm()
,
layer_gru()
,
layer_rnn()
,
layer_simple_rnn()
Other recurrent layers:
layer_cudnn_gru()
,
layer_cudnn_lstm()
,
layer_gru()
,
layer_rnn()
,
layer_simple_rnn()
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