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sqlova -переводим естественный язык в SQL

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SQLova

  • SQLova is a neural semantic parser translating natural language utterance to SQL query. The name is originated from the name of our department: Search & QLova (Search & Clova).

Authors

Abstract

  • We present the new state-of-the-art semantic parsing model that translates a natural language (NL) utterance into a SQL query.
  • The model is evaluated on WikiSQL, a semantic parsing dataset consisting of 80,654 (NL, SQL) pairs over 24,241 tables from Wikipedia.
  • We achieve 83.6% logical form accuracy and 89.6% execution accuracy on WikiSQL test set.

The model in a nutshell

Results (Updated at Jan 12, 2019)

ModelDev
logical form
accuracy

Dev
execution
accuracy

Test
logical form
accuracy

Test
execution
accuracy

SQLova81.6 (+5.5)^87.2 (+3.2)^80.7 (+5.3)^86.2 (+2.5)^
SQLova-EG84.2 (+8.2)*90.2 (+3.0)*83.6(+8.2)*89.6 (+2.5)*
  • ^: Compared to current SOTA models that do not use execution guided decoding.
  • *: Compared to current SOTA.
  • The order of where conditions is ignored in measuring logical form accuracy in our model.

Source code

Requirements

  • python3.6 or higher.
  • PyTorch 0.4.0 or higher.
  • CUDA 9.0
  • Python libraries: babel, matplotlib, defusedxml, tqdm
  • Example
    • Install minicoda
    • conda install pytorch torchvision -c pytorch
    • conda install -c conda-forge records
    • conda install babel
    • conda install matplotlib
    • conda install defusedxml
    • conda install tqdm
  • The code has been tested on Tesla M40 GPU running on Ubuntu 16.04.4 LTS.

Running code

  • Type python3 train.py --seed 1 --bS 16 --accumulate_gradients 2 --bert_type_abb uS --fine_tune --lr 0.001 --lr_bert 0.00001 --max_seq_leng 222 on terminal.
    • --seed 1: Set the seed of random generator. The accuracies changes by few percent depending on seed.
    • --bS 16: Set the batch size by 16.
    • --accumulate_gradients 2: Make the effective batch size be 16 * 2 = 32.
    • --bert_type_abb uS: Uncased-Base BERT model is used. Use uL to use Uncased-Large BERT.
    • --fine_tune: Train BERT. Without this, only the sequence-to-SQL module is trained.
    • --lr 0.001: Set the learning rate of the sequence-to-SQL module as 0.001.
    • --lr_bert 0.00001: Set the learning rate of BERT module as 0.00001.
    • --max_seq_leng 222: Set the maximum number of input token lengths of BERT.
  • The model should show ~79% logical accuracy (lx) on dev set after ~12 hrs (~10 epochs). Higher accuracy can be obtained with longer training, by selecting different seed, by using Uncased Large BERT model, or by using execution guided decoding.
  • Add --EG argument while running train.py to use execution guided decoding.
  • Whenever higher logical form accuracy calculated on the dev set, following three files are saved on current folder:
    • model_best.pt: the checkpoint of the the sequence-to-SQL module.
    • model_bert_best.pt: the checkpoint of the BERT module.
    • results_dev.jsonl: json file for official evaluation.
  • Shallow-Layer and Decoder-Layer models can be trained similarly (train_shallow_layer.py, train_decoder_layer.py).

Evaluation on WikiSQL DEV set

  • To calculate logical form and execution accuracies on dev set using official evaluation script,
    • Download original WikiSQL dataset.
    • tar xvf data.tar.bz2
    • Move them under $HOME/data/WikiSQL-1.1/data
    • Set path on evaluation_ws.py. This is the file where the path information has added on original evaluation.py script. Or you can use original evaluation.py by setting the path to the files by yourself.
    • Type python3 evaluation_ws.py on terminal.

Evaluation on WikiSQL TEST set

  • Uncomment line 550-557 of train.py to load test_loader and test_table.
  • One test(...) function, use test_loader and test_table instead of dev_loader and dev_table.
  • Save the output of test(...) with save_for_evaluation(...) function.
  • Evaluate with evaluatoin_ws.py as before.

Load pre-trained SQLova parameters.

  • Pretrained SQLova model parameters are uploaded in release. To start from this, uncomment line 562-565 and set paths.

Code base

  • Pretrained BERT models were downloaded from official repository.
  • BERT code is from huggingface-pytorch-pretrained-BERT.
  • The sequence-to-SQL model is started from the source code of SQLNet and significantly re-written while maintaining the basic column-attention and sequence-to-set structure of the SQLNet.

Data

  • The data is annotated by using annotate_ws.py which is based on annotate.py from WikiSQL repository. The tokens of natural language guery, and the start and end indices of where-conditions on natural language tokens are annotated.
  • Pre-trained BERT parameters can be downloaded from BERT official repository and can be coverted to ptfile using following script. You need install both pytorch and tensorflow and change BERT_BASE_DIR to your data directory.
    cd sqlova
    export BERT_BASE_DIR=data/uncased_L-12_H-768_A-12
    python bert/convert_tf_checkpoint_to_pytorch.py \
        --tf_checkpoint_path $BERT_BASE_DIR/bert_model.ckpt \
        --bert_config_file    $BERT_BASE_DIR/bert_config.json \
        --pytorch_dump_path     $BERT_BASE_DIR/pytorch_model.bin 
  • bert/convert_tf_checkpoint_to_pytorch.py is from the previous version of huggingface-pytorch-pretrained-BERT, and current version of pytorch-pretrained-BERT is not compatible with the bert model used in this repo due to the difference in variable names (in LayerNorm). See this for the detail.
  • For the convenience, the annotated WikiSQL data and the PyTorch-converted pre-trained BERT parameters are available at here.

License

Copyright 2019-present NAVER Corp.

Licensed under the Apache License, Version 2.0 (the "License");
you may not use this file except in compliance with the License.
You may obtain a copy of the License at

    http://www.apache.org/licenses/LICENSE-2.0

Unless required by applicable law or agreed to in writing, software
distributed under the License is distributed on an "AS IS" BASIS,
WITHOUT WARRANTIES OR CONDITIONS OF ANY KIND, either express or implied.
See the License for the specific language governing permissions and
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