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Tensorflow.js tf.enableProdMode() Function

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  • Last Updated : 14 Aug, 2021
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Tensorflow.js is an open-source library that is developed by Google for running machine learning models as well as deep learning neural networks in the browser or node environment.

The .enableProdMode() function is used to enable the mode of production that deactivates the exactness restraints in support of the production.

Syntax:

tf.enableProdMode()

Parameters: This method does not hold any parameter.

Return Value: It returns void.

 

Example 1:

Javascript




// Importing the tensorflow.js library
import * as tf from "@tensorflow/tfjs"
  
// Calling enableProdMode() method
await tf.enableProdMode();
  
// Setting debug mode of the
// environment
tf.env().set('DEBUG', false);
  
// Printing output
console.log(tf.env().flags);


Output:

{
  "IS_BROWSER": true,
  "IS_NODE": false,
  "DEBUG": false,
  "CPU_HANDOFF_SIZE_THRESHOLD": 128,
  "PROD": true,
  "WEBGL_VERSION": 2,
  "HAS_WEBGL": true,
  "WEBGL_CHECK_NUMERICAL_PROBLEMS": false,
  "IS_TEST": false,
  "WEBGL_CPU_FORWARD": true,
  "WEBGL_MAX_TEXTURE_SIZE": 16384,
  "WEBGL_FORCE_F16_TEXTURES": true,
  "WEBGL_RENDER_FLOAT32_CAPABLE": true,
  "WEBGL_RENDER_FLOAT32_ENABLED": true,
  "WEBGL_FLUSH_THRESHOLD": -1,
  "WEBGL_PACK": true,
  "WEBGL_LAZILY_UNPACK": true,
  "WEBGL_DELETE_TEXTURE_THRESHOLD": -1,
  "WEBGL_PACK_BINARY_OPERATIONS": true,
  "WEBGL_USE_SHAPES_UNIFORMS": false,
  "WEBGL_PACK_UNARY_OPERATIONS": true,
  "WEBGL_DOWNLOAD_FLOAT_ENABLED": true,
  "WEBGL_CONV_IM2COL": true,
  "WEBGL_PACK_DEPTHWISECONV": true,
  "WEBGL_MAX_TEXTURES_IN_SHADER": 16,
  "WEBGL_PACK_ARRAY_OPERATIONS": true
}

Example 2:

Javascript




// Importing the tensorflow.js library
import * as tf from "@tensorflow/tfjs"
  
// Calling enableProdMode() method
await tf.enableProdMode();
  
// Setting prod mode of the environment
tf.env().set("PROD", !0)
  
// Setting textures of the environment
tf.env().set('WEBGL_FORCE_F16_TEXTURES', false);
  
// Calling ready() method
await tf.ready();
  
// Printing output
console.log(tf.env().features);


Output:

{
  "IS_BROWSER": true,
  "IS_NODE": false,
  "DEBUG": false,
  "CPU_HANDOFF_SIZE_THRESHOLD": 128,
  "PROD": true,
  "WEBGL_VERSION": 2,
  "HAS_WEBGL": true,
  "WEBGL_CHECK_NUMERICAL_PROBLEMS": false,
  "IS_TEST": false,
  "WEBGL_CPU_FORWARD": true,
  "WEBGL_MAX_TEXTURE_SIZE": 16384,
  "WEBGL_FORCE_F16_TEXTURES": false,
  "WEBGL_RENDER_FLOAT32_CAPABLE": true,
  "WEBGL_RENDER_FLOAT32_ENABLED": true,
  "WEBGL_FLUSH_THRESHOLD": -1,
  "WEBGL_PACK": true,
  "WEBGL_LAZILY_UNPACK": true,
  "WEBGL_DELETE_TEXTURE_THRESHOLD": -1,
  "WEBGL_PACK_BINARY_OPERATIONS": true,
  "WEBGL_USE_SHAPES_UNIFORMS": false,
  "WEBGL_PACK_UNARY_OPERATIONS": true,
  "WEBGL_DOWNLOAD_FLOAT_ENABLED": true,
  "WEBGL_CONV_IM2COL": true,
  "WEBGL_PACK_DEPTHWISECONV": true,
  "WEBGL_MAX_TEXTURES_IN_SHADER": 16,
  "WEBGL_PACK_ARRAY_OPERATIONS": true
}

Reference: https://js.tensorflow.org/api/latest/#enableProdMode


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