open3d.ml.torch.layers.ContinuousConv¶

class
open3d.ml.torch.layers.
ContinuousConv
(in_channels, filters, kernel_size, activation=None, use_bias=True, kernel_initializer=<function ContinuousConv.<lambda>>, bias_initializer=<function zeros_>, align_corners=True, coordinate_mapping='ball_to_cube_radial', interpolation='linear', normalize=True, radius_search_ignore_query_points=False, radius_search_metric='L2', offset=None, window_function=None, use_dense_layer_for_center=False, dense_kernel_initializer=<function xavier_uniform_>, **kwargs)¶ Continuous Convolution.
This convolution supports continuous input and output point positions. This layer implements the convolution defined in
B. Ummenhofer and V. Koltun, Lagrangian Fluid Simulation with Continuous Convolutions, ICLR 2020.
The convolution at position \(\mathbf x\) is defined as
\[(f*g)(\mathbf x) = \frac{1}{\psi(\mathbf x)} \sum_{i \in \mathcal N(\mathbf x, R)} a(\mathbf x_i, \mathbf x)\; f_i\; g(\Lambda(\mathbf x_i  \mathbf x)).\]With \(f\) as the input feature function and \(g\) as the filter function. The input points are \(\mathbf x_i\) and the input features are \(f_i\). The normalization \(\frac{1}{\psi(\mathbf x)}\) can be turned on with the normalize parameter. The per neighbor value \(a(\mathbf x_i, \mathbf x)\) can be used to implement window functions; see parameter window_function. The function \(\Lambda\) for looking up filter values is defined by the parameters coordinate_mapping and interpolation.
Example
This shows a minimal example of how to use the layer:
import torch import open3d.ml.torch as ml3d inp_positions = torch.randn([20,3]) inp_features = torch.randn([20,8]) out_positions = torch.randn([10,3]) conv = ml3d.layers.ContinuousConv(in_channels=8, filters=16, kernel_size=[3,3,3]) out_features = conv(inp_features, inp_positions, out_positions, extents=2.0)
 Parameters
in_channels – The number of input channels.
filters – The number of filters/output channels.
kernel_size – The spatial resolution of the filter, e.g. [3,3,3].
activation – The activation function to use. None means no activation.
use_bias – If True adds an additive bias vector.
kernel_initializer – Initializer for the kernel weights.
bias_initializer – Initializer for the bias vector.
align_corners – If true then the voxel centers of the outer voxels of the filter array are mapped to the boundary of the filter shape. If false then the boundary of the filter array is mapped to the boundary of the filter shape.
coordinate_mapping –
The mapping that is applied to the input coordinates. One of ‘ball_to_cube_radial’, ‘ball_to_cube_volume_preserving’, ‘identity’.
’ball_to_cube_radial’ uses radial stretching to map a sphere to a cube.
’ball_to_cube_volume_preserving’ is using a more expensive volume preserving mapping to map a sphere to a cube.
’identity’ no mapping is applied to the coordinates.
interpolation – One of ‘linear’, ‘linear_border’, ‘nearest_neighbor’. * ‘linear’ is trilinear interpolation with coordinate clamping. * ‘linear_border’ uses a zero border if outside the range. * ‘nearest_neighbor’ uses the nearest neighbor instead of interpolation.
normalize – If true then the result is normalized either by the number of points (neighbors_importance is null) or by the sum of the respective values in neighbors_importance.
radius_search_ignore_query_points – If true the points that coincide with the center of the search window will be ignored. This excludes the query point if ‘queries’ and ‘points’ are the same point cloud.
radius_search_metric – Either L1, L2 or Linf. Default is L2
offset – A single 3D vector used in the filter coordinate computation. The shape is [3].
window_function –
Optional radial window function to steer the importance of points based on their distance to the center. The input to the function is a 1D tensor of distances (squared distances if radius_search_metric is ‘L2’). The output must be a tensor of the same shape. Example:
def window_fn(r_sqr): return torch.clamp((1r_sqr)**3, 0, 1)
use_dense_layer_for_center – If True a linear dense layer is used to process the input features for each point. The result is added to the result of the convolution before adding the bias. This option is useful when using even kernel sizes that have no center element and input and output point sets are the same and ‘radius_search_ignore_query_points’ has been set to True.
dense_kernel_initializer – Initializer for the kernel weights of the linear layer used for the center if ‘use_dense_layer_for_center’ is True.

__init__
(in_channels, filters, kernel_size, activation=None, use_bias=True, kernel_initializer=<function ContinuousConv.<lambda>>, bias_initializer=<function zeros_>, align_corners=True, coordinate_mapping='ball_to_cube_radial', interpolation='linear', normalize=True, radius_search_ignore_query_points=False, radius_search_metric='L2', offset=None, window_function=None, use_dense_layer_for_center=False, dense_kernel_initializer=<function xavier_uniform_>, **kwargs)¶ Initializes internal Module state, shared by both nn.Module and ScriptModule.

forward
(inp_features, inp_positions, out_positions, extents, inp_importance=None, fixed_radius_search_hash_table=None, user_neighbors_index=None, user_neighbors_row_splits=None, user_neighbors_importance=None)¶ This function computes the output features.
 Parameters
inp_features – A 2D tensor which stores a feature vector for each input point.
inp_positions – A 2D tensor with the 3D point positions of each input point. The coordinates for each point is a vector with format [x,y,z].
out_positions – A 2D tensor with the 3D point positions of each output point. The coordinates for each point is a vector with format [x,y,z].
extents – The extent defines the spatial size of the filter for each output point. For ‘ball to cube’ coordinate mappings the extent defines the bounding box of the ball. The shape of the tensor is either [1] or [num output points].
inp_importance – Optional scalar importance value for each input point.
fixed_radius_search_hash_table – A precomputed hash table generated with build_spatial_hash_table(). This input can be used to explicitly force the reuse of a hash table in special cases and is usually not needed. Note that the hash table must have been generated with the same ‘points’ array. Note that this parameter is only used if ‘extents’ is a scalar.
user_neighbors_index – This parameter together with ‘user_neighbors_row_splits’ and ‘user_neighbors_importance’ allows to override the automatic neighbor search. This is the list of neighbor indices for each output point. This is a nested list for which the start and end of each sublist is defined by ‘user_neighbors_row_splits’.
user_neighbors_row_splits – Defines the start and end of each neighbors list in ‘user_neighbors_index’.
user_neighbors_importance – Defines a scalar importance value for each element in ‘user_neighbors_index’.
 Returns: A tensor of shape [num output points, filters] with the output
features.

training
: bool¶