I’m trying to migrate from fastai 1.
I want to calculate my loss function that must use the model itself, not just the output of the model. So, what I used to do is have a ModelWrapper like this:
class ModelWrapper(nn.Module): def __init__(self, model): super().__init__() self.model = model def forward(self, *x): return self.model,*x
And so my loss function could take as input a model, and then the
def loss_func(model, *x, y): # do stuff with model, x and y
This used to work fine in fastai1, but in fastai2 I get:
TypeError: is_floating_point(): argument 'input' (position 1) must be Tensor, not Sequential
I love fastai, but I think fastai2 assumes way too much in general about what data and models are supposed to look like.