Computes the max of elements across dimensions of a SparseTensor. (deprecated arguments) (deprecated arguments)
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tf.compat.v1.sparse_reduce_max( sp_input, axis=None, keepdims=None, reduction_axes=None, keep_dims=None )
This Op takes a SparseTensor and is the sparse counterpart to
tf.reduce_max(). In particular, this Op also returns a dense
Tensor instead of a sparse one.
Note: A gradient is not defined for this function, so it can't be used in training models that need gradient descent.
sp_input along the dimensions given in
keepdims is true, the rank of the tensor is reduced by 1 for each entry in
keepdims is true, the reduced dimensions are retained with length 1.
reduction_axes has no entries, all dimensions are reduced, and a tensor with a single element is returned. Additionally, the axes can be negative, similar to the indexing rules in Python.
The values not defined in
sp_input don't participate in the reduce max, as opposed to be implicitly assumed 0 -- hence it can return negative values for sparse
reduction_axes. But, in case there are no values in
reduction_axes, it will reduce to 0. See second example below.
# 'x' represents [[1, ?, 2] # [?, 3, ?]] # where ? is implicitly-zero. tf.sparse.reduce_max(x) ==> 3 tf.sparse.reduce_max(x, 0) ==> [1, 3, 2] tf.sparse.reduce_max(x, 1) ==> [2, 3] # Can also use -1 as the axis. tf.sparse.reduce_max(x, 1, keepdims=True) ==> [, ] tf.sparse.reduce_max(x, [0, 1]) ==> 3 # 'y' represents [[-7, ?] # [ 4, 3] # [ ?, ?] tf.sparse.reduce_max(x, 1) ==> [-7, 4, 0]
| ||The SparseTensor to reduce. Should have numeric type.|
| || The dimensions to reduce; list or scalar. If |
| ||If true, retain reduced dimensions with length 1.|
| || Deprecated name of |
| || Deprecated alias for |
|The reduced Tensor.|
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