Deploy and Integrate Performance Criteria into Application¶
Once you identify the optimal configuration of inferences, batch and target for a model, you can incorporate those settings into the inference engine deployed with your application.
Discover Optimal Combination of Streams and Batches with DL Workbench¶
To find an optimal combination of inference requests and batches, follow the steps described in Run Range of Inferences.
The optimal combination is the highest point on the Inference Results graph. However, you can choose to limit latency values by specifying the Latency Threshold value and select an optimal inference among the limited number of inferences:
To view information about latency, throughput, batch, and parallel requests of a specific job, hover your cursor over the corresponding point on the graph:
For details, read Integrate the OpenVINO™ Runtime New Request API with Your Application.
Integrate Optimal Combination into Sample Application¶
Use Streams and Batches in Your Application¶
Learn how to use batches and streams in your application with DL Workbench C++ Sample Application. To access the sample, open the Learn OpenVINO tab, select Model Inference with OpenVINO API, then select C++ API and click Open.
The notebook with the C++ Sample Application opens:
This notebook is created for educational purposes and does not guarantee the immediate creation of a highly efficient application. You can build your own application based on the code from this tutorial. The tutorial guides you through the following steps:
Learn about OpenVINO™ inference
Read quick theory to learn about batches and streams, inference requests, and Asynchronous API.
Optional. Download and convert a pretrained model from the Open Model Zoo
Learn how to import a model in the DL Workbench or skip this step and proceed to build an application.
Build the executable
main.cppinto an executable file:
Execute the application
Copy the path to the model, project device, and batch and stream numbers from the DL Workbench and paste them in the corresponding cell:
Explore the application
Inspect and change the main.cpp file with an application that uses the IE asynchronous C++ API. The file is located in the same directory as the notebook.
Experiment with OpenVINO™ Runtime C++ API
Return to Step 3: Build the executable or proceed to explore the DL Workbench functionality. After learning about OpenVINO™ inference, you can go to The Benchmark Tool documentation to find an example of a well-structured solution that may be used as a basis for your future applications.