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PyTorch torch.clamp() method clamps all the input elements into the range [ min, max ] and return a resulting tensor. Syntax: torch.clamp(inp, min, max, out=None)… Read More
PyTorch torch.ceil() method returns a new tensor having the ceil value of the elements of input, Which is the smallest integer larger than or equal… Read More
PyTorch torch.add() method adds a constant value to each element of the input tensor and returns a new modified tensor. Syntax: torch.add(inp, c, out=None) Arguments… Read More
PyTorch torch.abs() method computes the element-wise absolute value of the given input tensor. Syntax: torch.abs(inp, out=None) ? Tensor Arguments inp: This is input tensor. out:… Read More
PyTorch torch.exp() method returns a new tensor after getting the exponent of the elements of the input tensor. Syntax: torch.exp(input, out=None) Arguments input: This is… Read More
PyTorch torch.numel() method returns the total number of elements in the input tensor. Syntax: torch.numel(input) Arguments input: This is input tensor. Return: It returns the… Read More
PyTorch torch.is_storage() method returns True if obj is a PyTorch storage object. Syntax: torch.is_storage(object) Arguments object: This is input tensor to be tested. Return: It… Read More
PyTorch torch.is_storage() method returns True if obj is a PyTorch storage object. Syntax: torch.is_storage(object) Arguments object: This is input tensor to be tested. Return: It… Read More
PyTorch torch.is_tensor() method returns True if the passed object is a PyTorch tensor. Syntax: torch.is_tensor(object) Arguments object: This is input tensor to be tested. Return:… Read More
PyTorch torch.trunc() method returns a new tensor with the truncated integer values of the elements of input/ after removing the decimal portion of the number.… Read More
PyTorch torch.frac() method computes the fractional portion of each element in input. Syntax: torch.frac(input, out=None) Arguments input: This is input tensor. out: The output tensor.… Read More
PyTorch torch.log() method gives a new tensor having the natural logarithm of the elements of input tensor. Syntax: torch.log(input, out=None) Arguments input: This is input… Read More
PyTorch torch.fmod() method gives the element-wise remainder of division by divisor. The divisor may be a number or a Tensor. Syntax: torch.fmod(input, div, out=None) Arguments… Read More
PyTorch torch.floor() method returns a new tensor which is floor of the elements of input, the largest integer less than or equal to each element.… Read More
PyTorch is an open-source machine learning library developed by Facebook. It is used for deep neural network and natural language processing purposes. The function torch.from_numpy()… Read More

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