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  • Last Updated : 21 Aug, 2021
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TensorFlow is open-source Python library designed by Google to develop Machine Learning models and deep learning  neural networks. 

is_strictly_increasing() returns true if x is strictly-increasing. If x has less than 2 elements it is trivially strictly increasing. Row major is used for comparing the elements.

Syntax: tensorflow.math.is_strictly_increasing( x, name)

Parameters:

  • x: It is a numeric tensor.
  • name(optional): It defines the name of the operation

Returns: It returns a tensor of dtype bool.

Example 1:

Python3




# importing the library
import tensorflow as tf
 
# Initializing the input tensor
a = tf.constant([2, 3, 3, 5], dtype = tf.float64)
 
# Printing the input tensor
print('a: ', a)
 
# Calculating the result
res = tf.math.is_strictly_increasing(a)
 
# Printing the result
print('Result: ', res)


Output:

a:  tf.Tensor([2. 3. 3. 5.], shape=(4, ), dtype=float64)
Result:  tf.Tensor(False, shape=(), dtype=bool)

Example 2:

Python3




# Importing the library
import tensorflow as tf
 
# Initializing the input tensor
a = tf.constant([7, 8, 13, 17], dtype = tf.float64)
 
# Printing the input tensor
print('a: ', a)
 
# Calculating the result
res = tf.math.is_strictly_increasing(a)
 
# Printing the result
print('Result: ', res)


Output:

a:  tf.Tensor([ 7.  8. 13. 17.], shape=(4, ), dtype=float64)
Result:  tf.Tensor(True, shape=(), dtype=bool)

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