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tf.compat.v1.keras.layers.experimental.preprocessing.CategoryEncoding( max_tokens=None, output_mode=BINARY, sparse=False, **kwargs )
This layer provides options for condensing input data into denser representations. It accepts either integer values or strings as inputs, allows users to map those inputs into a contiguous integer space, and outputs either those integer values (one sample = 1D tensor of integer token indices) or a dense representation (one sample = 1D tensor of float values representing data about the sample's tokens).
If desired, the user can call this layer's adapt() method on a dataset. When this layer is adapted, it will analyze the dataset, determine the frequency of individual integer or string values, and create a 'vocabulary' from them. This vocabulary can have unlimited size or be capped, depending on the configuration options for this layer; if there are more unique values in the input than the maximum vocabulary size, the most frequent terms will be used to create the vocabulary.
||The maximum size of the vocabulary for this layer. If None, there is no cap on the size of the vocabulary.|
||Optional specification for the output of the layer. Values can be "int", "binary", "count" or "tf-idf", configuring the layer as follows: "int": Outputs integer indices, one integer index per split string token. "binary": Outputs a single int array per batch, of either vocab_size or max_elements size, containing 1s in all elements where the token mapped to that index exists at least once in the batch item. "count": As "binary", but the int array contains a count of the number of times the token at that index appeared in the batch item. "tf-idf": As "binary", but the TF-IDF algorithm is applied to find the value in each token slot.|
Only valid in INT mode. If set, the output will have
its time dimension padded or truncated to exactly
Only valid in "binary", "count", and "tf-idf" modes.
If True, the output will have its feature axis padded to
adapt( data, reset_state=True )
Fits the state of the preprocessing layer to the dataset.
Overrides the default adapt method to apply relevant preprocessing to the inputs before passing to the combiner.
||The data to train on. It can be passed either as a tf.data Dataset, or as a numpy array.|