LRA (Long-Range Arena)

Introduced by Tay et al. in Long Range Arena: A Benchmark for Efficient Transformers

Long-range arena (LRA) is an effort toward systematic evaluation of efficient transformer models. The project aims at establishing benchmark tasks/datasets using which we can evaluate transformer-based models in a systematic way, by assessing their generalization power, computational efficiency, memory foot-print, etc. Long-Range Arena is specifically focused on evaluating model quality under long-context scenarios. The benchmark is a suite of tasks consisting of sequences ranging from 1K to 16K tokens, encompassing a wide range of data types and modalities such as text, natural, synthetic images, and mathematical expressions requiring similarity, structural, and visual-spatial reasoning.

Description from: Long Range Arena : A Benchmark for Efficient Transformers


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