Search Results for author: Sehoon Kim

Found 21 papers, 14 papers with code

LLM2LLM: Boosting LLMs with Novel Iterative Data Enhancement

1 code implementation22 Mar 2024 Nicholas Lee, Thanakul Wattanawong, Sehoon Kim, Karttikeya Mangalam, Sheng Shen, Gopala Anumanchipali, Michael W. Mahoney, Kurt Keutzer, Amir Gholami

LLM2LLM (1) fine-tunes a baseline student LLM on the initial seed data, (2) evaluates and extracts data points that the model gets wrong, and (3) uses a teacher LLM to generate synthetic data based on these incorrect data points, which are then added back into the training data.

Data Augmentation GSM8K +1

AI and Memory Wall

no code implementations21 Mar 2024 Amir Gholami, Zhewei Yao, Sehoon Kim, Coleman Hooper, Michael W. Mahoney, Kurt Keutzer

The availability of unprecedented unsupervised training data, along with neural scaling laws, has resulted in an unprecedented surge in model size and compute requirements for serving/training LLMs.

Decoder

KVQuant: Towards 10 Million Context Length LLM Inference with KV Cache Quantization

2 code implementations31 Jan 2024 Coleman Hooper, Sehoon Kim, Hiva Mohammadzadeh, Michael W. Mahoney, Yakun Sophia Shao, Kurt Keutzer, Amir Gholami

LLMs are seeing growing use for applications such as document analysis and summarization which require large context windows, and with these large context windows KV cache activations surface as the dominant contributor to memory consumption during inference.

Quantization

Learned Best-Effort LLM Serving

no code implementations15 Jan 2024 Siddharth Jha, Coleman Hooper, Xiaoxuan Liu, Sehoon Kim, Kurt Keutzer

Many applications must provide low-latency LLM service to users or risk unacceptable user experience.

An LLM Compiler for Parallel Function Calling

1 code implementation7 Dec 2023 Sehoon Kim, Suhong Moon, Ryan Tabrizi, Nicholas Lee, Michael W. Mahoney, Kurt Keutzer, Amir Gholami

To address this, we introduce LLMCompiler, which executes functions in parallel to efficiently orchestrate multiple function calls.

SPEED: Speculative Pipelined Execution for Efficient Decoding

no code implementations18 Oct 2023 Coleman Hooper, Sehoon Kim, Hiva Mohammadzadeh, Hasan Genc, Kurt Keutzer, Amir Gholami, Sophia Shao

For Transformer decoders that employ parameter sharing, the memory operations for the tokens executing in parallel can be amortized, which allows us to accelerate generative LLM inference.

SqueezeLLM: Dense-and-Sparse Quantization

3 code implementations13 Jun 2023 Sehoon Kim, Coleman Hooper, Amir Gholami, Zhen Dong, Xiuyu Li, Sheng Shen, Michael W. Mahoney, Kurt Keutzer

When applied to the LLaMA models, our 3-bit quantization significantly reduces the perplexity gap from the FP16 baseline by up to 2. 1x as compared to the state-of-the-art methods with the same memory requirement.

Quantization

Full Stack Optimization of Transformer Inference: a Survey

no code implementations27 Feb 2023 Sehoon Kim, Coleman Hooper, Thanakul Wattanawong, Minwoo Kang, Ruohan Yan, Hasan Genc, Grace Dinh, Qijing Huang, Kurt Keutzer, Michael W. Mahoney, Yakun Sophia Shao, Amir Gholami

In this work, we survey different approaches for efficient Transformer inference, including: (i) analysis and profiling of the bottlenecks in existing Transformer architectures and their similarities and differences with previous convolutional models; (ii) implications of Transformer architecture on hardware, including the impact of non-linear operations such as Layer Normalization, Softmax, and GELU, as well as linear operations, on hardware design; (iii) approaches for optimizing a fixed Transformer architecture; (iv) challenges in finding the right mapping and scheduling of operations for Transformer models; and (v) approaches for optimizing Transformer models by adapting the architecture using neural architecture search.

Neural Architecture Search Scheduling

Speculative Decoding with Big Little Decoder

1 code implementation NeurIPS 2023 Sehoon Kim, Karttikeya Mangalam, Suhong Moon, Jitendra Malik, Michael W. Mahoney, Amir Gholami, Kurt Keutzer

To address this, we propose Big Little Decoder (BiLD), a framework that can improve inference efficiency and latency for a wide range of text generation applications.

Decoder de-en +2

BigColor: Colorization using a Generative Color Prior for Natural Images

1 code implementation20 Jul 2022 Geonung Kim, Kyoungkook Kang, Seongtae Kim, Hwayoon Lee, Sehoon Kim, Jonghyun Kim, Seung-Hwan Baek, Sunghyun Cho

In this paper, we propose BigColor, a novel colorization approach that provides vivid colorization for diverse in-the-wild images with complex structures.

Colorization

Squeezeformer: An Efficient Transformer for Automatic Speech Recognition

4 code implementations2 Jun 2022 Sehoon Kim, Amir Gholami, Albert Shaw, Nicholas Lee, Karttikeya Mangalam, Jitendra Malik, Michael W. Mahoney, Kurt Keutzer

After re-examining the design choices for both the macro and micro-architecture of Conformer, we propose Squeezeformer which consistently outperforms the state-of-the-art ASR models under the same training schemes.

Automatic Speech Recognition Automatic Speech Recognition (ASR)

A Fast Post-Training Pruning Framework for Transformers

2 code implementations29 Mar 2022 Woosuk Kwon, Sehoon Kim, Michael W. Mahoney, Joseph Hassoun, Kurt Keutzer, Amir Gholami

To address this, we propose a fast post-training pruning framework for Transformers that does not require any retraining.

Terra: Imperative-Symbolic Co-Execution of Imperative Deep Learning Programs

no code implementations NeurIPS 2021 Taebum Kim, Eunji Jeong, Geon-Woo Kim, Yunmo Koo, Sehoon Kim, Gyeong-In Yu, Byung-Gon Chun

Recently, several systems have been proposed to combine the usability of imperative programming with the optimized performance of symbolic graph execution.

A Static Analyzer for Detecting Tensor Shape Errors in Deep Neural Network Training Code

1 code implementation16 Dec 2021 Ho Young Jhoo, Sehoon Kim, Woosung Song, Kyuyeon Park, DongKwon Lee, Kwangkeun Yi

We present an automatic static analyzer PyTea that detects tensor-shape errors in PyTorch code.

Applications and Techniques for Fast Machine Learning in Science

no code implementations25 Oct 2021 Allison McCarn Deiana, Nhan Tran, Joshua Agar, Michaela Blott, Giuseppe Di Guglielmo, Javier Duarte, Philip Harris, Scott Hauck, Mia Liu, Mark S. Neubauer, Jennifer Ngadiuba, Seda Ogrenci-Memik, Maurizio Pierini, Thea Aarrestad, Steffen Bahr, Jurgen Becker, Anne-Sophie Berthold, Richard J. Bonventre, Tomas E. Muller Bravo, Markus Diefenthaler, Zhen Dong, Nick Fritzsche, Amir Gholami, Ekaterina Govorkova, Kyle J Hazelwood, Christian Herwig, Babar Khan, Sehoon Kim, Thomas Klijnsma, Yaling Liu, Kin Ho Lo, Tri Nguyen, Gianantonio Pezzullo, Seyedramin Rasoulinezhad, Ryan A. Rivera, Kate Scholberg, Justin Selig, Sougata Sen, Dmitri Strukov, William Tang, Savannah Thais, Kai Lukas Unger, Ricardo Vilalta, Belinavon Krosigk, Thomas K. Warburton, Maria Acosta Flechas, Anthony Aportela, Thomas Calvet, Leonardo Cristella, Daniel Diaz, Caterina Doglioni, Maria Domenica Galati, Elham E Khoda, Farah Fahim, Davide Giri, Benjamin Hawks, Duc Hoang, Burt Holzman, Shih-Chieh Hsu, Sergo Jindariani, Iris Johnson, Raghav Kansal, Ryan Kastner, Erik Katsavounidis, Jeffrey Krupa, Pan Li, Sandeep Madireddy, Ethan Marx, Patrick McCormack, Andres Meza, Jovan Mitrevski, Mohammed Attia Mohammed, Farouk Mokhtar, Eric Moreno, Srishti Nagu, Rohin Narayan, Noah Palladino, Zhiqiang Que, Sang Eon Park, Subramanian Ramamoorthy, Dylan Rankin, Simon Rothman, ASHISH SHARMA, Sioni Summers, Pietro Vischia, Jean-Roch Vlimant, Olivia Weng

In this community review report, we discuss applications and techniques for fast machine learning (ML) in science -- the concept of integrating power ML methods into the real-time experimental data processing loop to accelerate scientific discovery.

BIG-bench Machine Learning

Learned Token Pruning for Transformers

1 code implementation2 Jul 2021 Sehoon Kim, Sheng Shen, David Thorsley, Amir Gholami, Woosuk Kwon, Joseph Hassoun, Kurt Keutzer

We extensively test the performance of LTP on GLUE tasks and show that our method outperforms the prior state-of-the-art token pruning methods by up to ~2. 5% higher accuracy with the same amount of FLOPs.

Sentence

A Survey of Quantization Methods for Efficient Neural Network Inference

no code implementations25 Mar 2021 Amir Gholami, Sehoon Kim, Zhen Dong, Zhewei Yao, Michael W. Mahoney, Kurt Keutzer

Thus, it is not surprising that quantization has emerged recently as an important and very active sub-area of research in the efficient implementation of computations associated with Neural Networks.

Efficient Neural Network Quantization

Hessian-Aware Pruning and Optimal Neural Implant

1 code implementation22 Jan 2021 Shixing Yu, Zhewei Yao, Amir Gholami, Zhen Dong, Sehoon Kim, Michael W Mahoney, Kurt Keutzer

To address this problem, we introduce a new Hessian Aware Pruning (HAP) method coupled with a Neural Implant approach that uses second-order sensitivity as a metric for structured pruning.

I-BERT: Integer-only BERT Quantization

4 code implementations5 Jan 2021 Sehoon Kim, Amir Gholami, Zhewei Yao, Michael W. Mahoney, Kurt Keutzer

Transformer based models, like BERT and RoBERTa, have achieved state-of-the-art results in many Natural Language Processing tasks.

Natural Language Inference Natural Language Understanding +1

Making Classical Machine Learning Pipelines Differentiable: A Neural Translation Approach

1 code implementation10 Jun 2019 Gyeong-In Yu, Saeed Amizadeh, Sehoon Kim, Artidoro Pagnoni, Byung-Gon Chun, Markus Weimer, Matteo Interlandi

To this end, we propose a framework that translates a pre-trained ML pipeline into a neural network and fine-tunes the ML models within the pipeline jointly using backpropagation.

BIG-bench Machine Learning Translation

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