@Kaspar, with the latest fastai I get full GPU utilization (2080Ti or better take less than a day for 10 epochs). I use 150 bptt, 300 mem_len, and 60K spacey vocabulary, as per Sylvain’s suggestion here.
Here is a silly sample following a silly prompt:
= Paul Maria von Weber =
Paul Maria von Weber was a famous concert piano player and composer . Following the enthusiastic reception of the audience after a performance in Carnegie Hall , Paul and family settled in New York City where they lived the rest of their lives . Paul 's childhood travels through Europe influenced the music style and food preferences that came to be known as the von Weber style .
= = Early life = =
Paul Ludwig von Weber was born in the neighborhood of Cologne on February 28 , 1894 , the son of Otto von Weber , a physician and chair of the later branch of the Another Circles family , and his wife Sophie . After his father is dead while in Cologne , Paul and his grandmother moved frequently , under the influence of Ludwig der Weber , but fell in love with Larry von Weber , who had studied piano at the same time . Later , in 1906 , the couple moved to Hamburg when Paul and von Weber were involved in a coup d ’ état .
Paul 's father , Sophie Inflammation Paul ( she was born on March 27 , 1897 ) , was a columbia professor in medicine at the former University of Cologne , and later was an assistant professor in medical at the Gibbs Institute of Medical Fibrous Medicine of the University of Dresden . Paul and von Weber had two younger brothers : Ludwig and Clancy . Over a decade later , Gottlieb Everett von Weber ( 1865 – 1918 ) and Eduard Christoph Philip von Weber ( 1858 – 1920 ) moved from Hamburg to Cologne as they moved to Munich .
Paul o ’ Donnell was first a surgeon in wedge - shaped tube over a geiger counter and rose to the position of the local chief who entertained Paul and Prince Ludwig by calling him " Brother Wilhelm " . Paul came across this group , from a Bolton social club , and became a member of the committee of the Berlin Municipal Hospital ( 1919 – 1920 ) . Paul de Boer of Kassel became a member of the committee ; he went to Pursued Medical Studies and Elective Studies at the University of Vienna and the University of Berlin at Munich . a more serious child acquaintance of Paul , Exacerbated , it is reported that Paul followed his father 's advice to Franz , who opened his own business as a physician as it was he , to whom he made demands . Paul quickly became involved in the struggle for medical investment in Munich . In October 1919 , he married Peter of Championed Medical Education in a large ceremony at the Passion Cathedral . In August 1920 , Paul rented a cottage in Munich but soon took ill and died of edema . a historians And Daniels commented on the tragic events being loved and abroad , stating , " The wooden tree of death seems to have tossed an end to these life - threatening – and idyllic — atrocities . "
= = Historiography and influence = =
Paul considered the work the " most 1924 seminal work of art in European history . " At a time when he was kicked out of the army in 1926 , the works of Lewis R. Max , which transitioned Paul into a master works , both helped to create the new form of perfect art . The book earned him 1941 Nobel Prize in Philosophy .
The historian Martin Cherry writes that solos often struck most notable individuals within the center circle , arguably endeared themselves to writers and composers of the day . Pins , fusing the solos of his followers and those from other first - dimension subjects , would emit a visual energy , and otherwise were especially important later . Overlapping strands of music can be found in works he occasionally created . Paul also wrote There Is a Bet , a collection of birthday cards that offered the musicians time to answer questions . His works are fragments of what they would have weighed in .
In 1942 Paul co - wrote a number of works , including those of an Austrian art based on the Austrian Romantic masters . In the lyrics to his Seventh Symphony , he wrote , " If i have