I’d like to ask about where the model category names come from.
AutoModelWithLMHead class, the warning says we should use
AutoModelForSeq2SeqLM instead of it.
class AutoModelWithLMHead: r""" This is a generic model class that will be instantiated as one of the model classes of the library---with a language modeling head---when created with the when created with the :meth:`~transformers.AutoModelWithLMHead.from_pretrained` class method or the :meth:`~transformers.AutoModelWithLMHead.from_config` class method. This class cannot be instantiated directly using ``__init__()`` (throws an error). .. warning:: This class is deprecated and will be removed in a future version. Please use :class:`~transformers.AutoModelForCausalLM` for causal language models, :class:`~transformers.AutoModelForMaskedLM` for masked language models and :class:`~transformers.AutoModelForSeq2SeqLM` for encoder-decoder models. """
I’m afraid this may not be a very essential question, but is there any origin for the names of the classification of
Or are they original to the
I would like to know more about the source of the terms in using the library.
Thank you in advance.