State-of-the-art computerized augmentation strategies (e.g., AutoAugment and RandAugment) for visible recognition duties diversify coaching information utilizing a big set of augmentation operations. The vary of magnitudes of many augmentation operations (e.g., brightness and distinction) is steady. Due to this fact, to make search computationally tractable, these strategies use mounted and manually-defined magnitude ranges for every operation, which can result in sub-optimal insurance policies. To reply the open query on the significance of magnitude ranges for every augmentation operation, we introduce RangeAugment that enables us to effectively study the vary of magnitudes for particular person in addition to composite augmentation operations. RangeAugment makes use of an auxiliary loss primarily based on picture similarity as a measure to manage the vary of magnitudes of augmentation operations. Because of this, RangeAugment has a single scalar parameter for search, picture similarity, which we merely optimize through linear search. RangeAugment integrates seamlessly with any mannequin and learns model- and task-specific augmentation insurance policies. With intensive experiments on the ImageNet dataset throughout completely different networks, we present that RangeAugment achieves aggressive efficiency to state-of-the-art computerized augmentation strategies with 4-5 instances fewer augmentation operations. Experimental outcomes on semantic segmentation, object detection, basis fashions, and data distillation additional exhibits RangeAugment’s effectiveness.