paddlenlp.transformers.tokenizer_utils 源代码

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import copy
import bisect
import itertools
import io
import json
import os
import six
import unicodedata
from collections import OrderedDict, UserDict
from shutil import copyfile
from typing import Iterable, Iterator, Optional, List, Any, Callable, Union
from typing import TYPE_CHECKING, Dict, NamedTuple, Sequence, Tuple
import re

from paddle.utils import try_import
from paddlenlp.utils.log import logger
from dataclasses import dataclass, field

try:
    from functools import lru_cache
except ImportError:
    from backports.functools_lru_cache import lru_cache

from ..data.vocab import Vocab
from .utils import InitTrackerMeta, fn_args_to_dict

from .tokenizer_utils_base import (AddedToken, BatchEncoding, EncodedInput,
                                   EncodedInputPair, PreTokenizedInput,
                                   PreTokenizedInputPair,
                                   PretrainedTokenizerBase, SpecialTokensMixin,
                                   TextInput, TextInputPair, TruncationStrategy,
                                   PaddingStrategy, TensorType)

__all__ = [
    'PretrainedTokenizer', 'BPETokenizer', 'tokenize_chinese_chars',
    'is_chinese_char', 'normalize_chars', 'tokenize_special_chars',
    'convert_to_unicode'
]


[文档]def convert_to_unicode(text): """ Converts `text` to Unicode (if it's not already), assuming utf-8 input. Args: text (str|bytes): Text to be converted to unicode. Returns: str: converted text. """ if isinstance(text, str): return text elif isinstance(text, bytes): return text.decode("utf-8", "ignore") else: raise ValueError("Unsupported string type: %s" % (type(text)))
def whitespace_tokenize(text): """ Runs basic whitespace cleaning and splitting on a peice of text. Args: text (str): Text to be tokenized. Returns: list(str): Token list. """ text = text.strip() if not text: return [] tokens = text.split() return tokens def _is_whitespace(char): """ Checks whether `chars` is a whitespace character. """ # \t, \n, and \r are technically contorl characters but we treat them # as whitespace since they are generally considered as such. if char == " " or char == "\t" or char == "\n" or char == "\r": return True cat = unicodedata.category(char) if cat == "Zs": return True return False def _is_control(char): """Checks whether `chars` is a control character.""" # These are technically control characters but we count them as whitespace # characters. if char == "\t" or char == "\n" or char == "\r": return False cat = unicodedata.category(char) if cat.startswith("C"): return True return False def _is_punctuation(char): """Checks whether `chars` is a punctuation character.""" cp = ord(char) # We treat all non-letter/number ASCII as punctuation. # Characters such as "^", "$", and "`" are not in the Unicode # Punctuation class but we treat them as punctuation anyways, for # consistency. if ((cp >= 33 and cp <= 47) or (cp >= 58 and cp <= 64) or (cp >= 91 and cp <= 96) or (cp >= 123 and cp <= 126)): return True cat = unicodedata.category(char) if cat.startswith("P"): return True return False def _is_end_of_word(text): """Checks whether the last character in text is one of a punctuation, control or whitespace character.""" last_char = text[-1] return bool( _is_control(last_char) | _is_punctuation(last_char) | _is_whitespace(last_char)) def _is_start_of_word(text): """Checks whether the first character in text is one of a punctuation, control or whitespace character.""" first_char = text[0] return bool( _is_control(first_char) | _is_punctuation(first_char) | _is_whitespace(first_char)) def _insert_one_token_to_ordered_list(token_list: List[str], new_token: str): """ Inserts one token to an ordered list if it does not already exist. Note: token_list must be sorted. """ insertion_idx = bisect.bisect_left(token_list, new_token) # Checks if new_token is already in the ordered token_list if insertion_idx < len( token_list) and token_list[insertion_idx] == new_token: # new_token is in token_list, don't add return else: token_list.insert(insertion_idx, new_token)
[文档]def is_chinese_char(cp): """Checks whether CP is the codepoint of a CJK character.""" # This defines a "chinese character" as anything in the CJK Unicode block: # https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/CJK_Unified_Ideographs_(Unicode_block) # # Note that the CJK Unicode block is NOT all Japanese and Korean characters, # despite its name. The modern Korean Hangul alphabet is a different block, # as is Japanese Hiragana and Katakana. Those alphabets are used to write # space-separated words, so they are not treated specially and handled # like the all of the other languages. if ((cp >= 0x4E00 and cp <= 0x9FFF) or # (cp >= 0x3400 and cp <= 0x4DBF) or # (cp >= 0x20000 and cp <= 0x2A6DF) or # (cp >= 0x2A700 and cp <= 0x2B73F) or # (cp >= 0x2B740 and cp <= 0x2B81F) or # (cp >= 0x2B820 and cp <= 0x2CEAF) or (cp >= 0xF900 and cp <= 0xFAFF) or # (cp >= 0x2F800 and cp <= 0x2FA1F)): # return True return False
def _is_nonnormalized_char(char): """Check whther `chars` is a non-normalized character.""" cp = ord(char) if ((0xFF00 <= cp <= 0xFFEF) or # Halfwidth and Fullwidth Forms (0xFE50 <= cp <= 0xFE6B) or # Small Form Variants (0x3358 <= cp <= 0x33FF) or # CJK Compatibility (0x249C <= cp <= 0x24E9) or # Enclosed Alphanumerics: Ⓛ ⒰ (0x3200 <= cp <= 0x32FF)): # Enclosed CJK Letters and Months return True return False def _is_nonnormalized_numeric(char): """Check whether `chars` is a non-normalized numeric character.""" cp = ord(char) if ((0x2460 <= cp <= 0x249B) or # (0x24EA <= cp <= 0x24FF) or # (0x2776 <= cp <= 0x2793) or # Enclosed Alphanumerics (0x2160 <= cp <= 0x217F)): # Number Forms return True return False
[文档]def normalize_chars(text): """ Normalize the text for multiligual and chinese models. Unicode range: https://www.ling.upenn.edu/courses/Spring_2003/ling538/UnicodeRanges.html """ output = [] for char in text: if _is_nonnormalized_char(char): for c in unicodedata.normalize("NFKC", char): output.append(c) elif _is_nonnormalized_numeric(char): output.append(" ") for c in str(int(unicodedata.numeric(char))): output.append(c) output.append(" ") elif ord(char) == 0xF979: # https://www.zhihu.com/question/20697984 output.append("凉") else: output.append(char) return "".join(output)
def _is_symbol(char): """Check whether CP is the codepoint of a Symbol character.""" cp = ord(char) if unicodedata.category(char).startswith('S') or (cp in [ 0x00ad, 0x00b2, 0x00ba, 0x3007, 0x00b5, 0x00d8, 0x014b, 0x01b1 ]): return True return False
[文档]def tokenize_special_chars(text): """Adds whitespace around any special character.""" output = [] for char in text: cp = ord(char) if ((0x3040 <= cp <= 0x30FF) or # Japanese (0x0370 <= cp <= 0x04FF) or # Greek/Coptic & Cyrillic (0x0250 <= cp <= 0x02AF) or # IPA _is_symbol(char)): output.append(" ") output.append(char) output.append(" ") else: output.append(char) return "".join(output)
class Trie: """ Trie in Python. Creates a Trie out of a list of words. The trie is used to split on `added_tokens` in one pass Loose reference https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Trie """ def __init__(self): self.data = {} def add(self, word: str): """ Passes over every char (utf-8 char) on word and recursively adds it to the internal `data` trie representation. The special key `""` is used to represent termination. This function is idempotent, adding twice the same word will leave the trie unchanged Example: ```python >>> trie = Trie() >>> trie.add("Hello 友達") >>> trie.data {"H": {"e": {"l": {"l": {"o": {" ": {"友": {"達": {"": 1}}}}}}}}} >>> trie.add("Hello") >>> trie.data {"H": {"e": {"l": {"l": {"o": {"": 1, " ": {"友": {"達": {"": 1}}}}}}}}} ``` """ if not word: # Prevent empty string return ref = self.data for char in word: ref[char] = char in ref and ref[char] or {} ref = ref[char] ref[""] = 1 def split(self, text: str) -> List[str]: """ Will look for the words added to the trie within `text`. Output is the original string splitted along the boundaries of the words found. This trie will match the longest possible word first ! Example: ```python >>> trie = Trie() >>> trie.split("[CLS] This is a extra_id_100") ["[CLS] This is a extra_id_100"] >>> trie.add("[CLS]") >>> trie.add("extra_id_1") >>> trie.add("extra_id_100") >>> trie.split("[CLS] This is a extra_id_100") ["[CLS]", " This is a ", "extra_id_100"] ``` """ # indexes are counted left of the chars index. # "hello", index 0, is left of h, index 1 is between h and e. # index 5 is right of the "o". # States are going to capture every possible start (indexes as above) # as keys, and have as values, a pointer to the position in the trie # where we're at. This is a partial match for now. # This enables to keep track of multiple matches while we're iterating # the string # If the trie contains, "blowing", and "lower" and we encounter the # string "blower", we need to split into ["b", "lower"]. # This is where we need to keep track of multiple possible starts. states = OrderedDict() # This will contain every indices where we need # to cut. # We force to cut at offset 0 and len(text) (added later) offsets = [0] # This is used by the lookahead which needs to skip over # some text where the full match exceeded the place in the initial # for loop skip = 0 # Main loop, Giving this algorithm O(n) complexity for current, current_char in enumerate(text): if skip and current < skip: # Prevents the lookahead for matching twice # like extra_id_100 and id_100 continue # This will track every state # that stop matching, we need to stop tracking them. # If we look at "lowball", we're going to match "l" (add it to states), "o", "w", then # fail on "b", we need to remove 0 from the valid states. to_remove = set() # Whenever we found a match, we need to drop everything # this is a greedy algorithm, it will match on the first found token reset = False # In this case, we already have partial matches (But unfinished) for start, trie_pointer in states.items(): if "" in trie_pointer: # This is a final match, we need to reset and # store the results in `offsets`. # Lookahead to match longest first # Important in case of extra_id_1 vs extra_id_100 # Here we are also actively looking for other earlier partial # matches # "[CLS]", "L", we need to match CLS even if L is special for lookstart, looktrie_pointer in states.items(): if lookstart > start: # This partial match is later, we can stop looking break elif lookstart < start: # This partial match is earlier, the trie pointer # was already updated, so index is + 1 lookahead_index = current + 1 end = current + 1 else: # Here lookstart == start and # looktrie_pointer == trie_pointer # It wasn't updated yet so indices are current ones lookahead_index = current end = current next_char = text[ lookahead_index] if lookahead_index < len( text) else None if "" in looktrie_pointer: start = lookstart end = lookahead_index skip = lookahead_index while next_char in looktrie_pointer: looktrie_pointer = looktrie_pointer[next_char] lookahead_index += 1 if "" in looktrie_pointer: start = lookstart end = lookahead_index skip = lookahead_index if lookahead_index == len(text): # End of string break next_char = text[lookahead_index] # End lookahead # Storing and resetting offsets.append(start) offsets.append(end) reset = True break elif current_char in trie_pointer: # The current character being looked at has a match within the trie # update the pointer (it will be stored back into states later). trie_pointer = trie_pointer[current_char] # Storing back the new pointer into the states. # Partial matches got longer by one. states[start] = trie_pointer else: # The new character has not match in the trie, we need # to stop keeping track of this partial match. # We can't do it directly within the loop because of how # python iteration works to_remove.add(start) # Either clearing the full start (we found a real match) # Or clearing only the partial matches that didn't work. if reset: states = {} else: for start in to_remove: del states[start] # If this character is a starting character within the trie # start keeping track of this partial match. if current >= skip and current_char in self.data: states[current] = self.data[current_char] # We have a cut at the end with states. for start, trie_pointer in states.items(): if "" in trie_pointer: # This is a final match, we need to reset and # store the results in `offsets`. end = len(text) offsets.append(start) offsets.append(end) # Longest cut is always the one with lower start so the first # item so we need to break. break return self.cut_text(text, offsets) def cut_text(self, text, offsets): # We have all the offsets now, we just need to do the actual splitting. # We need to eventually add the first part of the string and the eventual # last part. offsets.append(len(text)) tokens = [] start = 0 for end in offsets: if start > end: logger.error( "There was a bug in Trie algorithm in tokenization. Attempting to recover. Please report it anyway." ) continue elif start == end: # This might happen if there's a match at index 0 # we're also preventing zero-width cuts in case of two # consecutive matches continue tokens.append(text[start:end]) start = end return tokens
[文档]def tokenize_chinese_chars(text): """Adds whitespace around any CJK character.""" output = [] buff = "" for char in text: cp = ord(char) if is_chinese_char(cp): if buff != "": output.append(buff) buff = "" output.append(char) else: buff += char if buff != "": output.append(buff) return output
[文档]@six.add_metaclass(InitTrackerMeta) class PretrainedTokenizer(PretrainedTokenizerBase): """ Base class for all tokenizers. Inherits from [`~tokenizer_utils_base.PretrainedTokenizerBase`]. Handle all the shared methods for tokenization and special tokens as well as methods downloading/caching/loading pretrained tokenizers as well as adding tokens to the vocabulary. This class also contain the added tokens in a unified way on top of all tokenizers so we don't have to handle the specific vocabulary augmentation methods of the various underlying dictionary structures (BPE, sentencepiece...). - **resource_files_names** (`Dict[str, str]`) -- A dictionary with, as keys, the `__init__` keyword name of each vocabulary file required by the model, and as associated values, the filename for saving the associated file (string). - **pretrained_resource_files_map** (`Dict[str, Dict[str, str]]`) -- A dictionary of dictionaries, with the high-level keys being the `__init__` keyword name of each vocabulary file required by the model, the low-level being the `short-cut-names` of the pretrained models with, as associated values, the `url` to the associated pretrained vocabulary file. - **max_model_input_sizes** (`Dict[str, Optional[int]]`) -- A dictionary with, as keys, the `short-cut-names` of the pretrained models, and as associated values, the maximum length of the sequence inputs of this model, or `None` if the model has no maximum input size. - **pretrained_init_configuration** (`Dict[str, Dict[str, Any]]`) -- A dictionary with, as keys, the `short-cut-names` of the pretrained models, and as associated values, a dictionary of specific arguments to pass to the `__init__` method of the tokenizer class for this pretrained model when loading the tokenizer with the [`~tokenizer_utils_base.PretrainedTokenizerBase.from_pretrained`] method. - **model_input_names** (`List[str]`) -- A list of inputs expected in the forward pass of the model. - **padding_side** (`str`) -- The default value for the side on which the model should have padding applied. Should be `'right'` or `'left'`. - **truncation_side** (`str`) -- The default value for the side on which the model should have truncation applied. Should be `'right'` or `'left'`. Moreover, methods common to tokenizers for tokenization, token/id conversion and encoding as model inputs are also provided here. Besides, metaclass `InitTrackerMeta` is used to create `PretrainedTokenizer`, by which subclasses can track arguments for initialization automatically and expose special tokens initialization used as attributes. """ added_tokens_encoder: Dict[str, int] = {} added_tokens_decoder: Dict[int, str] = {} unique_no_split_tokens: List[str] = [] tokens_trie = Trie() _decode_use_source_tokenizer = False def _pre_init(self, original_init, *args, **kwargs): """ It would be hooked before `__init__` to add specials tokens (arguments of `__init__` whose name ends with `_token`) as attributes of the tokenizer instance. """ init_dict = fn_args_to_dict(original_init, *((self, ) + args), **kwargs) init_dict.pop('self', None) super(PretrainedTokenizer, self).__init__(**init_dict) self.added_tokens_encoder: Dict[str, int] = {} self.added_tokens_decoder: Dict[int, str] = {} self.unique_no_split_tokens: List[str] = [] self.tokens_trie = Trie() self._decode_use_source_tokenizer = False def _build_special_tokens_map_extended(self, **kwargs): for key, value in kwargs.items(): if value is None: continue if key in self.SPECIAL_TOKENS_ATTRIBUTES: if key == "additional_special_tokens": assert isinstance( value, (list, tuple)), f"Value {value} is not a list or tuple" assert all( isinstance(t, (str, AddedToken)) for t in value ), "One of the tokens is not a string or an AddedToken" setattr(self, key, value) elif isinstance(value, (str, AddedToken)): setattr(self, key, value) else: raise TypeError( f"special token {key} has to be either str or AddedToken but got: {type(value)}" ) @property def vocab_size(self) -> int: """ `int`: Size of the base vocabulary (without the added tokens). """ raise NotImplementedError @property def is_fast(self) -> bool: return False
[文档] def get_added_vocab(self) -> Dict[str, int]: """ Returns the added tokens in the vocabulary as a dictionary of token to index. Returns: `Dict[str, int]`: The added tokens. """ return self.added_tokens_encoder
def __len__(self): """ Size of the full vocabulary with the added tokens. """ return self.vocab_size + len(self.added_tokens_encoder) def _add_tokens(self, new_tokens: Union[List[str], List[AddedToken]], special_tokens: bool = False) -> int: """ Add a list of new tokens to the tokenizer class. If the new tokens are not in the vocabulary, they are added to it with indices starting from length of the current vocabulary. Args: new_tokens (`List[str]`or `List[AddedToken]`): Token(s) to add in vocabulary. A token is only added if it's not already in the vocabulary (tested by checking if the tokenizer assign the index of the `unk_token` to them). special_tokens (`bool`, *optional*, defaults to `False`): Whether or not the tokens should be added as special tokens. Returns: `int`: The number of tokens actually added to the vocabulary. Examples: ```python # Let's see how to increase the vocabulary of Bert model and tokenizer tokenizer = BertTokenizer.from_pretrained("bert-base-uncased") model = BertModel.from_pretrained("bert-base-uncased") num_added_toks = tokenizer.add_tokens(["new_tok1", "my_new-tok2"]) print("We have added", num_added_toks, "tokens") ```""" new_tokens = [str(tok) for tok in new_tokens] tokens_to_add = [] for token in new_tokens: if not isinstance(token, str): raise TypeError( f"Token {token} is not a string but a {type(token)}.") if not special_tokens and hasattr( self, "do_lower_case") and self.do_lower_case: token = token.lower() if (token != self.unk_token and self.convert_tokens_to_ids(token) == self.convert_tokens_to_ids(self.unk_token) and token not in tokens_to_add): tokens_to_add.append(token) if self.verbose: logger.info(f"Adding {token} to the vocabulary") added_tok_encoder = dict( (tok, len(self) + i) for i, tok in enumerate(tokens_to_add)) added_tok_decoder = {v: k for k, v in added_tok_encoder.items()} self.added_tokens_encoder.update(added_tok_encoder) self.added_tokens_decoder.update(added_tok_decoder) # Make sure we don't split on any special tokens (even they were already in the vocab before e.g. for Albert) if special_tokens: if len(new_tokens) == 1: _insert_one_token_to_ordered_list(self.unique_no_split_tokens, new_tokens[0]) else: self.unique_no_split_tokens = sorted( set(self.unique_no_split_tokens).union(set(new_tokens))) else: # Or on the newly added tokens if len(tokens_to_add) == 1: _insert_one_token_to_ordered_list(self.unique_no_split_tokens, tokens_to_add[0]) else: self.unique_no_split_tokens = sorted( set(self.unique_no_split_tokens).union(set(tokens_to_add))) self._create_trie(self.unique_no_split_tokens) return len(tokens_to_add) def _create_trie(self, unique_no_split_tokens): trie = Trie() for token in unique_no_split_tokens: if hasattr( self, "do_lower_case" ) and self.do_lower_case and token not in self.all_special_tokens: trie.add(token.lower()) else: trie.add(token) self.tokens_trie = trie
[文档] def prepare_for_tokenization(self, text, is_split_into_words=False, **kwargs): """ Performs any necessary transformations before tokenization. This method should pop the arguments from kwargs and return the remaining `kwargs` as well. We test the `kwargs` at the end of the encoding process to be sure all the arguments have been used. Args: text (`str`): The text to prepare. is_split_into_words (`bool`, *optional*, defaults to `False`): Whether or not the input is already pre-tokenized (e.g., split into words). If set to `True`, the tokenizer assumes the input is already split into words (for instance, by splitting it on whitespace) which it will tokenize. This is useful for NER or token classification. kwargs: Keyword arguments to use for the tokenization. Returns: `Tuple[str, Dict[str, Any]]`: The prepared text and the unused kwargs. """ return (text, kwargs)
[文档] def tokenize(self, text: TextInput, **kwargs) -> List[str]: """ Converts a string in a sequence of tokens, using the tokenizer. Split in words for word-based vocabulary or sub-words for sub-word-based vocabularies (BPE/SentencePieces/WordPieces). Takes care of added tokens. Args: text (`str`): The sequence to be encoded. **kwargs (additional keyword arguments): Passed along to the model-specific `prepare_for_tokenization` preprocessing method. Returns: `List[str]`: The list of tokens. """ # Simple mapping string => AddedToken for special tokens with specific tokenization behaviors all_special_tokens_extended = dict( (str(t), t) for t in self.all_special_tokens_extended if isinstance(t, AddedToken)) text, kwargs = self.prepare_for_tokenization(text, **kwargs) # TODO: should this be in the base class? if hasattr(self, "do_lower_case") and self.do_lower_case: # convert non-special tokens to lowercase escaped_special_toks = [ re.escape(s_tok) for s_tok in (self.unique_no_split_tokens + self.all_special_tokens) ] pattern = r"(" + r"|".join(escaped_special_toks) + r")|" + r"(.+?)" text = re.sub(pattern, lambda m: m.groups()[0] or m.groups()[1].lower(), text) no_split_token = set(self.unique_no_split_tokens) tokens = self.tokens_trie.split(text) # ["This is something", "<special_token_1>", " else"] for i, token in enumerate(tokens): if token in no_split_token: tok_extended = all_special_tokens_extended.get(token, None) left = tokens[i - 1] if i > 0 else None right = tokens[i + 1] if i < len(tokens) - 1 else None if isinstance(tok_extended, AddedToken): if tok_extended.rstrip and right: # A bit counter-intuitive but we strip the left of the string # since tok_extended.rstrip means the special token is eating all white spaces on its right tokens[i + 1] = right.lstrip() # Strip white spaces on the left if tok_extended.lstrip and left: tokens[i - 1] = left.rstrip() # Opposite here else: # We strip left and right by default if right: tokens[i + 1] = right.lstrip() if left: tokens[i - 1] = left.rstrip() # ["This is something", "<special_token_1>", "else"] tokenized_text = [] for token in tokens: # Need to skip eventual empty (fully stripped) tokens if not token: continue if token in no_split_token: tokenized_text.append(token) else: tokenized_text.extend(self._tokenize(token)) # ["This", " is", " something", "<special_token_1>", "else"] return tokenized_text
def _tokenize(self, text, **kwargs): """ Converts a string in a sequence of tokens (string), using the tokenizer. Split in words for word-based vocabulary or sub-words for sub-word-based vocabularies (BPE/SentencePieces/WordPieces). Do NOT take care of added tokens. """ raise NotImplementedError def convert_tokens_to_ids(self, tokens): if tokens is None: return None if isinstance(tokens, str): return self._convert_token_to_id_with_added_voc(tokens) ids = [] for token in tokens: ids.append(self._convert_token_to_id_with_added_voc(token)) return ids def _convert_token_to_id_with_added_voc(self, token): if token is None: return None if token in self.added_tokens_encoder: return self.added_tokens_encoder[token] return self._convert_token_to_id(token) def _convert_token_to_id(self, token): return self.vocab.to_indices(token)
[文档] def convert_tokens_to_string(self, tokens): """ Converts a sequence of tokens (list of string) to a single string by using ``' '.join(tokens)`` . Args: tokens (list[str]): A sequence of tokens. Returns: str: Converted string. """ return " ".join(tokens)
def convert_ids_to_tokens(self, ids, skip_special_tokens=False): if isinstance(ids, int): if ids in self.added_tokens_decoder: return self.added_tokens_decoder[ids] else: return self._convert_id_to_token(ids) tokens = [] for index in ids: index = int(index) if skip_special_tokens and index in self.all_special_ids: continue if index in self.added_tokens_decoder: tokens.append(self.added_tokens_decoder[index]) else: tokens.append(self._convert_id_to_token(index)) return tokens def _convert_id_to_token(self, index): return self.vocab.to_tokens(index)
[文档] @staticmethod def load_vocabulary(filepath, unk_token=None, pad_token=None, bos_token=None, eos_token=None, **kwargs): """ Instantiate an instance of `Vocab` from a file reserving all tokens by using `Vocab.from_dict`. The file contains a token per line, and the line number would be the index of corresponding token. Args: filepath (str): path of file to construct vocabulary. unk_token (str): special token for unknown token. If no need, it also could be `None`. Defaults to `None`. pad_token (str): special token for padding token. If no need, it also could be `None`. Defaults to `None`. bos_token (str): special token for bos token. If no need, it also could be `None`. Defaults to `None`. eos_token (str): special token for eos token. If no need, it also could be `None`. Defaults to `None`. **kwargs (dict): keyword arguments for `Vocab.from_dict`. Returns: Vocab: An instance of `Vocab`. """ token_to_idx = {} with io.open(filepath, 'r', encoding='utf-8') as f: for index, line in enumerate(f): token = line.rstrip('\n') token_to_idx[token] = int(index) vocab = Vocab.from_dict(token_to_idx, unk_token=unk_token, pad_token=pad_token, bos_token=bos_token, eos_token=eos_token, **kwargs) return vocab
[文档] @staticmethod def save_vocabulary(filepath, vocab): """ Save all tokens to a vocabulary file. The file contains a token per line, and the line number would be the index of corresponding token. Args: filepath (str): File path to be saved to. vocab (Vocab|dict): The `Vocab` or `dict` instance to be saved. """ if isinstance(vocab, Vocab): tokens = vocab.idx_to_token else: tokens = sorted(vocab.keys(), key=lambda token: vocab[token]) with io.open(filepath, 'w', encoding='utf-8') as f: for token in tokens: f.write(token + '\n')
[文档] def get_special_tokens_mask(self, token_ids_0, token_ids_1=None, already_has_special_tokens=False): """ Retrieves sequence ids from a token list that has no special tokens added. This method is called when adding special tokens using the tokenizer ``encode`` methods. Args: token_ids_0 (List[int]): List of ids of the first sequence. token_ids_1 (List[int], optional): List of ids of the second sequence. already_has_special_tokens (bool, optional): Whether or not the token list is already formatted with special tokens for the model. Defaults to None. Returns: results (List[int]): The list of integers in the range [0, 1]: 1 for a special token, 0 for a sequence token. """ if already_has_special_tokens: if token_ids_1 is not None: raise ValueError( "You should not supply a second sequence if the provided sequence of " "ids is already formatted with special tokens for the model." ) return super().get_special_tokens_mask( token_ids_0=token_ids_0, token_ids_1=token_ids_1, already_has_special_tokens=True) return [0] * ( (len(token_ids_1) if token_ids_1 else 0) + len(token_ids_0))
[文档] def num_special_tokens_to_add(self, pair): """ Returns the number of added tokens when encoding a sequence with special tokens. Args: pair (bool, optional): Whether the number of added tokens should be computed in the case of a sequence pair or a single sequence. Defaults to `False`. Returns: int: Number of special tokens added to sequences. """ token_ids_0 = [] token_ids_1 = [] return len( self.build_inputs_with_special_tokens( token_ids_0, token_ids_1 if pair else None))
def _encode_plus( self, text: Union[TextInput, PreTokenizedInput, EncodedInput], text_pair: Optional[Union[TextInput, PreTokenizedInput, EncodedInput]] = None, add_special_tokens: bool = True, padding_strategy: PaddingStrategy = PaddingStrategy.DO_NOT_PAD, truncation_strategy: TruncationStrategy = TruncationStrategy. DO_NOT_TRUNCATE, max_length: Optional[int] = None, stride: int = 0, is_split_into_words: bool = False, pad_to_multiple_of: Optional[int] = None, return_tensors: Optional[Union[str, TensorType]] = None, return_position_ids: Optional[bool] = None, return_token_type_ids: Optional[bool] = None, return_attention_mask: Optional[bool] = None, return_overflowing_tokens: bool = False, return_special_tokens_mask: bool = False, return_offsets_mapping: bool = False, return_length: bool = False, verbose: bool = True, **kwargs) -> BatchEncoding: def get_input_ids(text): if isinstance(text, str): tokens = self.tokenize(text, **kwargs) return self.convert_tokens_to_ids(tokens) elif isinstance(text, (list, tuple)) and len(text) > 0 and isinstance( text[0], str): if is_split_into_words == True: tokens = list( itertools.chain(*( self.tokenize(t, is_split_into_words=True, **kwargs) for t in text))) return self.convert_tokens_to_ids(tokens) else: return self.convert_tokens_to_ids(text) elif isinstance(text, (list, tuple)) and len(text) > 0 and isinstance( text[0], int): return text else: if is_split_into_words: raise ValueError( f"Input {text} is not valid. Should be a string or a list/tuple of strings when `is_split_into_words=True`." ) else: raise ValueError( f"Input {text} is not valid. Should be a string, a list/tuple of strings or a list/tuple of integers." ) first_ids = get_input_ids(text) second_ids = get_input_ids(text_pair) if text_pair is not None else None if return_offsets_mapping: kwargs['text'] = text kwargs['text_pair'] = text_pair return self.prepare_for_model( first_ids, pair_ids=second_ids, add_special_tokens=add_special_tokens, padding=padding_strategy.value, truncation=truncation_strategy.value, max_length=max_length, stride=stride, pad_to_multiple_of=pad_to_multiple_of, return_tensors=return_tensors, prepend_batch_axis=True, return_position_ids=return_position_ids, return_attention_mask=return_attention_mask, return_token_type_ids=return_token_type_ids, return_overflowing_tokens=return_overflowing_tokens, return_special_tokens_mask=return_special_tokens_mask, return_offsets_mapping=return_offsets_mapping, return_length=return_length, verbose=verbose, **kwargs) def _batch_encode_plus( self, batch_text_or_text_pairs: Union[List[TextInput], List[TextInputPair], List[PreTokenizedInput], List[PreTokenizedInputPair], List[EncodedInput], List[EncodedInputPair], ], add_special_tokens: bool = True, padding_strategy: PaddingStrategy = PaddingStrategy.DO_NOT_PAD, truncation_strategy: TruncationStrategy = TruncationStrategy. DO_NOT_TRUNCATE, max_length: Optional[int] = None, stride: int = 0, is_split_into_words: bool = False, pad_to_multiple_of: Optional[int] = None, return_position_ids: Optional[bool] = None, return_tensors: Optional[Union[str, TensorType]] = None, return_token_type_ids: Optional[bool] = None, return_attention_mask: Optional[bool] = None, return_overflowing_tokens: bool = False, return_special_tokens_mask: bool = False, return_dict: bool = True, return_offsets_mapping: bool = False, return_length: bool = False, verbose: bool = True, **kwargs) -> BatchEncoding: def get_input_ids(text): if isinstance(text, str): tokens = self.tokenize(text, **kwargs) return self.convert_tokens_to_ids(tokens) elif isinstance(text, (list, tuple)) and len(text) > 0 and isinstance( text[0], str): if is_split_into_words == True: tokens = list( itertools.chain(*( self.tokenize(t, is_split_into_words=True, **kwargs) for t in text))) return self.convert_tokens_to_ids(tokens) else: return self.convert_tokens_to_ids(text) elif isinstance(text, (list, tuple)) and len(text) > 0 and isinstance( text[0], int): return text else: raise ValueError( "Input is not valid. Should be a string, a list/tuple of strings or a list/tuple of integers." ) input_ids = [] for ids_or_pair_ids in batch_text_or_text_pairs: if not isinstance(ids_or_pair_ids, (list, tuple)): ids, pair_ids = ids_or_pair_ids, None elif is_split_into_words and not isinstance(ids_or_pair_ids[0], (list, tuple)): ids, pair_ids = ids_or_pair_ids, None else: ids, pair_ids = ids_or_pair_ids first_ids = get_input_ids(ids) second_ids = get_input_ids( pair_ids) if pair_ids is not None else None input_ids.append((first_ids, second_ids)) if stride > 0 and second_ids is not None: kwargs['batch_text_or_text_pairs'] = batch_text_or_text_pairs else: if return_offsets_mapping: has_pair = False if len(batch_text_or_text_pairs) > 0: if isinstance(batch_text_or_text_pairs[0], (list, tuple)): has_pair = True kwargs['texts'] = None kwargs['text_pairs'] = None if has_pair: kwargs['texts'] = [ text[0] for text in batch_text_or_text_pairs ] kwargs['text_pairs'] = [ text[1] for text in batch_text_or_text_pairs ] else: kwargs['texts'] = [ text for text in batch_text_or_text_pairs ] batch_outputs = self._batch_prepare_for_model( input_ids, add_special_tokens=add_special_tokens, padding_strategy=padding_strategy, truncation_strategy=truncation_strategy, max_length=max_length, stride=stride, pad_to_multiple_of=pad_to_multiple_of, return_position_ids=return_position_ids, return_attention_mask=return_attention_mask, return_token_type_ids=return_token_type_ids, return_overflowing_tokens=return_overflowing_tokens, return_special_tokens_mask=return_special_tokens_mask, return_dict=return_dict, return_offsets_mapping=return_offsets_mapping, return_length=return_length, return_tensors=return_tensors, verbose=verbose, **kwargs) return batch_outputs def _batch_prepare_for_model( self, batch_ids_pairs: List[Union[PreTokenizedInputPair, Tuple[List[int], None]]], add_special_tokens: bool = True, padding_strategy: PaddingStrategy = PaddingStrategy.DO_NOT_PAD, truncation_strategy: TruncationStrategy = TruncationStrategy. DO_NOT_TRUNCATE, max_length: Optional[int] = None, stride: int = 0, pad_to_multiple_of: Optional[int] = None, return_position_ids: Optional[bool] = None, return_tensors: Optional[str] = None, return_token_type_ids: Optional[bool] = None, return_attention_mask: Optional[bool] = None, return_overflowing_tokens: bool = False, return_special_tokens_mask: bool = False, return_dict: bool = True, return_offsets_mapping: bool = False, return_length: bool = False, verbose: bool = True, **kwargs) -> BatchEncoding: """ Prepares a sequence of input id, or a pair of sequences of inputs ids so that it can be used by the model. It adds special tokens, truncates sequences if overflowing while taking into account the special tokens and manages a moving window (with user defined stride) for overflowing tokens Args: batch_ids_pairs: list of tokenized input ids or input ids pairs """ if return_token_type_ids and not add_special_tokens: raise ValueError( "Asking to return token_type_ids while setting add_special_tokens to False " "results in an undefined behavior. Please set add_special_tokens to True or " "set return_token_type_ids to None.") batch_outputs = {} batch_outputs_list = [] for example_id, (first_ids, second_ids) in enumerate(batch_ids_pairs): if stride > 0 and second_ids is not None: if return_token_type_ids is None: return_token_type_ids = "token_type_ids" in self.model_input_names if return_attention_mask is None: return_attention_mask = "attention_mask" in self.model_input_names max_len_for_pair = max_length - len(first_ids) - ( self.num_special_tokens_to_add( pair=True) if add_special_tokens else 0) text, text_pair = kwargs['batch_text_or_text_pairs'][example_id] token_offset_mapping = self.get_offset_mapping(text) token_pair_offset_mapping = self.get_offset_mapping(text_pair) offset = 0 while offset < len(second_ids): encoded_inputs = {} length = len(second_ids) - offset if length > max_len_for_pair: length = max_len_for_pair ids = first_ids pair_ids = second_ids[offset:offset + length] pair = bool(pair_ids is not None) mapping = token_offset_mapping pair_mapping = token_pair_offset_mapping[offset:offset + length] if add_special_tokens: offset_mapping = self.build_offset_mapping_with_special_tokens( mapping, pair_mapping) sequence = self.build_inputs_with_special_tokens( ids, pair_ids) token_type_ids = self.create_token_type_ids_from_sequences( ids, pair_ids) else: offset_mapping = mapping + pair_mapping sequence = ids + pair_ids if pair else ids token_type_ids = [0] * len(ids) + ([0] * len(pair_ids) if pair else []) encoded_inputs['offset_mapping'] = offset_mapping # Build output dictionnary encoded_inputs["input_ids"] = sequence if return_token_type_ids: encoded_inputs["token_type_ids"] = token_type_ids if return_special_tokens_mask: if add_special_tokens: encoded_inputs[ "special_tokens_mask"] = self.get_special_tokens_mask( ids, pair_ids) else: encoded_inputs["special_tokens_mask"] = [ 0 ] * len(sequence) # Check lengths self._eventual_warn_about_too_long_sequence( encoded_inputs["input_ids"], max_length, verbose) if return_position_ids: encoded_inputs["position_ids"] = list( range(len(encoded_inputs["input_ids"]))) if return_length: encoded_inputs["length"] = len( encoded_inputs["input_ids"]) encoded_inputs["seq_len"] = encoded_inputs["length"] encoded_inputs['overflow_to_sample'] = example_id for key, value in encoded_inputs.items(): if key not in batch_outputs: batch_outputs[key] = [] batch_outputs[key].append(value) if offset + length == len(second_ids): break offset += min(length, stride) else: if return_offsets_mapping: kwargs['text'] = kwargs['texts'][example_id] kwargs['text_pair'] = None if kwargs['text_pairs'] is not None: kwargs['text_pair'] = kwargs['text_pairs'][example_id] encoded_inputs = self.prepare_for_model( first_ids, second_ids, add_special_tokens=add_special_tokens, padding=PaddingStrategy.DO_NOT_PAD. value, # we pad in batch afterward truncation=truncation_strategy.value, max_length=max_length, stride=stride, pad_to_multiple_of=None, # we pad in batch afterward return_position_ids= return_position_ids, # we pad in batch afterward return_attention_mask=False, # we pad in batch afterward return_token_type_ids=return_token_type_ids, return_overflowing_tokens=return_overflowing_tokens, return_special_tokens_mask=return_special_tokens_mask, return_offsets_mapping=return_offsets_mapping, return_length=return_length, return_tensors= None, # We convert the whole batch to tensors at the end prepend_batch_axis=False, verbose=verbose, **kwargs) for key, value in encoded_inputs.items(): if key not in batch_outputs: batch_outputs[key] = [] batch_outputs[key].append(value) batch_outputs = self.pad( batch_outputs, padding=padding_strategy.value, max_length=max_length, pad_to_multiple_of=pad_to_multiple_of, return_attention_mask=return_attention_mask, ) if return_dict: batch_outputs = BatchEncoding(batch_outputs, tensor_type=return_tensors) return batch_outputs else: for k, v in batch_outputs.items(): for i in range(len(v)): if i >= len(batch_outputs_list): batch_outputs_list.append({k: v[i]}) else: batch_outputs_list[i][k] = v[i] return batch_outputs_list
[文档] def get_offset_mapping(self, text): """ Returns the map of tokens and the start and end index of their start and end character. Modified from https://github.com/bojone/bert4keras/blob/master/bert4keras/tokenizers.py#L372 Args: text (str): Input text. Returns: list: The offset map of input text. """ if text is None: return None split_tokens = [] if hasattr(self, "basic_tokenizer"): for token in self.basic_tokenizer.tokenize( text, never_split=self.all_special_tokens): # If the token is part of the never_split set if token in self.basic_tokenizer.never_split: split_tokens.append(token) else: for sub_token in self.wordpiece_tokenizer.tokenize(token): split_tokens.append( sub_token if sub_token != self.unk_token else token) else: for sub_token in self.wordpiece_tokenizer.tokenize(text): split_tokens.append( sub_token if sub_token != self.unk_token else text) normalized_text, char_mapping = '', [] for i, ch in enumerate(text): if hasattr(self, "do_lower_case") and self.do_lower_case: ch = ch.lower() if self.basic_tokenizer.strip_accents is not False: ch = unicodedata.normalize('NFD', ch) ch = ''.join( [c for c in ch if unicodedata.category(c) != 'Mn']) elif self.basic_tokenizer.strip_accents: ch = unicodedata.normalize('NFD', ch) ch = ''.join([c for c in ch if unicodedata.category(c) != 'Mn']) ch = ''.join([ c for c in ch if not (ord(c) == 0 or ord(c) == 0xfffd or _is_control(c)) ]) normalized_text += ch char_mapping.extend([i] * len(ch)) text, token_mapping, offset = normalized_text, [], 0 for token in split_tokens: if token[:2] == '##': token = token[2:] if token in self.all_special_tokens: token = token.lower() if hasattr( self, "do_lower_case") and self.do_lower_case else token # The greek letter "sigma" has 2 forms of lowercase, σ and ς respectively. # When used as a final letter of a word, the final form (ς) is used. Otherwise, the form (σ) is used. # https://latin.stackexchange.com/questions/6168/how-and-when-did-we-get-two-forms-of-sigma if "σ" in token or "ς" in token: start = text[offset:].replace("ς", "σ").index( token.replace("ς", "σ")) + offset else: start = text[offset:].index(token) + offset end = start + len(token) token_mapping.append( (char_mapping[start], char_mapping[end - 1] + 1)) offset = end return token_mapping
def _decode(self, token_ids: List[int], skip_special_tokens: bool = False, clean_up_tokenization_spaces: bool = True, spaces_between_special_tokens: bool = True, **kwargs) -> str: self._decode_use_source_tokenizer = kwargs.pop("use_source_tokenizer", False) filtered_tokens = self.convert_ids_to_tokens( token_ids, skip_special_tokens=skip_special_tokens) # To avoid mixing byte-level and unicode for byte-level BPT # we need to build string separately for added tokens and byte-level tokens # cf. https://github.com/huggingface/transformers/issues/1133 sub_texts = [] current_sub_text = [] for token in filtered_tokens: if skip_special_tokens and token in self.all_special_ids: continue if token in self.added_tokens_encoder: if current_sub_text: sub_texts.append( self.convert_tokens_to_string(current_sub_text)) current_sub_text = [] sub_texts.append(token) else: current_sub_text.append(token) if current_sub_text: sub_texts.append(self.convert_tokens_to_string(current_sub_text)) if spaces_between_special_tokens: text = " ".join(sub_texts) else: text = "".join(sub_texts) if clean_up_tokenization_spaces: clean_text = self.clean_up_tokenization(text) return clean_text else: return text
[文档]class BPETokenizer(PretrainedTokenizer): """ The base class for all bpe tokenizers. It mainly provides common tokenize methods for bpe type tokenizer. Args: vocab_file (str): file path of the vocabulary. encoder_json_path (str, optional): file path of the id to vocab. vocab_bpe_path (str, optional): file path of word merge text. unk_token (str, optional): The special token for unknown words. Defaults to "[UNK]". sep_token (str, optional): The special token for separator token. Defaults to "[SEP]". pad_token (str, optional): The special token for padding. Defaults to "[PAD]". cls_token (str, optional): The special token for cls. Defaults to "[CLS]". mask_token (str, optional): The special token for mask. Defaults to "[MASK]". """ class Encoder(object): def __init__(self, encoder, bpe_merges, errors='replace', special_tokens=["[SEP]", "[p]", "[q]", "[/q]"]): self.encoder = encoder self.decoder = {v: k for k, v in self.encoder.items()} self.errors = errors # how to handle errors in decoding self.byte_encoder = self._bytes_to_unicode() self.byte_decoder = {v: k for k, v in self.byte_encoder.items()} self.bpe_ranks = dict(zip(bpe_merges, range(len(bpe_merges)))) self.cache = {} self.re = try_import("regex") self.special_tokens = special_tokens # Should haved added re.IGNORECASE so BPE merges can happen for capitalized versions of contractions self.pat = self.re.compile( r"""'s|'t|'re|'ve|'m|'ll|'d| ?\p{L}+| ?\p{N}+| ?[^\s\p{L}\p{N}]+|\s+(?!\S)|\s+""" ) @lru_cache() def _bytes_to_unicode(self): """ Returns list of utf-8 byte and a corresponding list of unicode strings. The reversible bpe codes work on unicode strings. This means you need a large # of unicode characters in your vocab if you want to avoid UNKs. When you're at something like a 10B token dataset you end up needing around 5K for decent coverage. This is a signficant percentage of your normal, say, 32K bpe vocab. To avoid that, we want lookup tables between utf-8 bytes and unicode strings. And avoids mapping to whitespace/control characters the bpe code barfs on. """ bs = (list(range(ord("!"), ord("~") + 1)) + list(range(ord("¡"), ord("¬") + 1)) + list(range(ord("®"), ord("ÿ") + 1))) cs = bs[:] n = 0 for b in range(2**8): if b not in bs: bs.append(b) cs.append(2**8 + n) n += 1 cs = [chr(n) for n in cs] ddict = dict(zip(bs, cs)) return dict(zip(bs, cs)) def _get_pairs(self, word): """Return set of symbol pairs in a word. Word is represented as tuple of symbols (symbols being variable-length strings). """ pairs = set() prev_char = word[0] for char in word[1:]: pairs.add((prev_char, char)) prev_char = char return pairs def bpe(self, token): if token in self.cache: return self.cache[token] word = tuple(token) pairs = self._get_pairs(word) if not pairs: return token while True: bigram = min( pairs, key=lambda pair: self.bpe_ranks.get(pair, float('inf'))) if bigram not in self.bpe_ranks: break first, second = bigram new_word = [] i = 0 while i < len(word): try: j = word.index(first, i) new_word.extend(word[i:j]) i = j except: new_word.extend(word[i:]) break if word[i] == first and i < len(word) - 1 and word[ i + 1] == second: new_word.append(first + second) i += 2 else: new_word.append(word[i]) i += 1 new_word = tuple(new_word) word = new_word if len(word) == 1: break else: pairs = self._get_pairs(word) word = ' '.join(word) self.cache[token] = word return word def tokenize(self, text): tokens = text.split(' ') sub_tokens = [] for token_i, token in enumerate(tokens): if self.is_special_token(token): if token_i == 0: sub_tokens.extend([token]) else: sub_tokens.extend([" " + token]) else: if token_i == 0: sub_tokens.extend(self.re.findall(self.pat, token)) else: sub_tokens.extend(self.re.findall( self.pat, " " + token)) return sub_tokens def tokenize_old(self, text): return self.re.findall(self.pat, text) def is_special_token(self, tok): if isinstance(tok, int): return False res = False for t in self.special_tokens: # if tok.find(t) != -1: if tok.strip() == t: res = True break return res def tokenize_bpe(self, token): if self.is_special_token(token): return [token.strip()] # remove space for convert_to_ids else: token = ''.join(self.byte_encoder[b] for b in token.encode('utf-8')) return [ self.encoder[bpe_token] for bpe_token in self.bpe(token).split(' ') ] def encode(self, text): bpe_tokens = [] for token in self.tokenize(text): bpe_tokens.extend(self.tokenize_bpe(token)) return bpe_tokens def decode(self, tokens): pre_token_i = 0 texts = [] for token_i, token in enumerate(tokens): if self.is_special_token(token): # proprecess tokens before token_i if token_i - pre_token_i > 0: text = ''.join([ self.decoder[int(tok)] for tok in tokens[pre_token_i:token_i] ]) text = bytearray([self.byte_decoder[c] for c in text ]).decode('utf-8', errors=self.errors) texts.append(text) # texts.append(token) if token_i == 0: texts.append( token ) # in the beginning, there is no space before special tokens else: texts.extend( [" ", token] ) # in middle sentence, there must be a space before special tokens pre_token_i = token_i + 1 if pre_token_i < len(tokens): text = ''.join( [self.decoder[int(tok)] for tok in tokens[pre_token_i:]]) text = bytearray([self.byte_decoder[c] for c in text]).decode('utf-8', errors=self.errors) texts.append(text) return ''.join(texts) def __init__(self, vocab_file, encoder_json_path="./configs/encoder.json", vocab_bpe_path="./configs/vocab.bpe", unk_token="[UNK]", sep_token="[SEP]", pad_token="[PAD]", cls_token="[CLS]", mask_token="[MASK]"): self.vocab = self.load_vocabulary(vocab_file, unk_token=unk_token, sep_token=sep_token, cls_token=cls_token, mask_token=mask_token) self.encoder_json_path = encoder_json_path self.vocab_bpe_path = vocab_bpe_path self.encoder = self._get_encoder(encoder_json_path, vocab_bpe_path) self.nltk = try_import('nltk') def _tokenize(self, text, is_sentencepiece=True): text = convert_to_unicode(text) text = " ".join(text.split()) # remove duplicate whitespace if is_sentencepiece: sents = self.nltk.tokenize.sent_tokenize(text) bpe_ids = sum([self.encoder.encode(sent) for sent in sents], []) else: bpe_ids = self.encoder.encode(text) tokens = [str(bpe_id) for bpe_id in bpe_ids] return tokens def _get_encoder(self, encoder_json_path, vocab_bpe_path): with open(encoder_json_path, 'r') as f: encoder = json.load(f) with open(vocab_bpe_path, 'r', encoding='utf-8') as f: bpe_data = f.read() bpe_merges = [ tuple(merge_str.split()) for merge_str in bpe_data.split('\n')[1:-1] ] return self.Encoder( encoder=encoder, bpe_merges=bpe_merges, )