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Cannot divide evenly the sizes of shapes (tuple(s1)) and (tuple(s2))

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Exception Class:

Raise code

    sz1 = int(
    sz2 = int(
    if sz1 == 0 and sz2 == 0:
      return 1
    if sz1 % sz2:
      raise InconclusiveDimensionOperation(f"Cannot divide evenly the sizes of shapes {tuple(s1)} and {tuple(s2)}")
    return sz1 // sz2

  def stride(self, d: DimSize, window_size: DimSize, window_stride: DimSize) -> DimSize:
    """(d - window_size) // window_stride + 1"""
    return (d - window_size) // window_stride + 1

  def dilate(self, d: DimSize, dilation: int) -> DimSize:
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I told Jax to make a 512 by 853 image. It Failed

Error: cannot divide evenly the sizes of shapes (1, 128, 512, 853)

Because 512 and 853 both have to be dimensions of 128.

adjusting the size I told it to produce to 512, 896 eliminated the error.

Jul 28, 2022 mikelancastertech answer

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