The code is configurable via Gin and runs on GPU/TPU/CPUs. You can easily install the library and all necessary dependencies by running: pip install -e . To see all available options please run python main.py We recommend using the ctpu tool to create a Cloud TPU and corresponding Compute Engine VM. We use v3-128 Cloud TPU v3 Pod for training models on ImageNet in 128x128 resolutions.
"Frontier," a mesmerizing novel by the Chinese author Can Xue, which was published in translation earlier this year by Open Letter Books, begins with a young woman named Liujin who has decided to make a life for herself in Pebble Town. The area is unusually abundant with animal life: the novel's first chapter teems with wagtails, willow warblers, geese, horses, snow leopards, wolves, sheep, goats, geckos, and frogs. At first, "Frontier" resembles a fish-out-of-water story; as Liujin encounters new people in the market where she sells cloth, we imagine that she will be tested and changed according to some established narrative laws. The reader quickly abandons this notion, however--along with the expectation that anything like a traditional plot will emerge. This is not to say that nothing happens in "Frontier."
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