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tf.compat.v1.nn.fused_batch_norm

Batch normalization.

See Source: Batch Normalization: Accelerating Deep Network Training by Reducing Internal Covariate Shift; S. Ioffe, C. Szegedy.

x Input Tensor of 4 or 5 dimensions.
scale A Tensor of 1 dimension for scaling.
offset A Tensor of 1 dimension for bias.
mean A Tensor of 1 dimension for population mean. The shape and meaning of this argument depends on the value of is_training and exponential_avg_factor as follows: is_trainingFalse (inference): Mean must be a Tensor of the same shape as scale containing the estimated population mean computed during training. is_trainingTrue and exponential_avg_factor == 1.0: Mean must be None. is_trainingTrue and exponential_avg_factor != 1.0: Mean must be a Tensor of the same shape as scale containing the exponential running mean.
variance A Tensor of 1 dimension for population variance. The shape and meaning of this argument depends on the value of is_training and exponential_avg_factor as follows: is_trainingFalse (inference): Variance must be a Tensor of the same shape as scale containing the estimated population variance computed during training. is_training==True and exponential_avg_factor == 1.0: Variance must be None. is_training==True and exponential_avg_factor != 1.0: Variance must be a Tensor of the same shape as scale containing the exponential running variance.
epsilon A small float number added to the variance of x.
data_format The data format for x. Support "NHWC" (default) or "NCHW" for 4D tenors and "NDHWC" or "NCDHW" for 5D tensors.
is_training A bool value to specify if the operation is used for training or inference.
name A name for this operation (optional).
exponential_avg_factor A float number (usually between 0 and 1) used for controlling the decay of the running population average of mean and variance. If set to 1.0, the current batch average is returned.

y A 4D or 5D Tensor for the normalized, scaled, offsetted x.
running_mean A 1D Tensor for the exponential running mean of x. The output value is (1 - exponential_avg_factor) * mean + exponential_avg_factor * batch_mean), where batch_mean is the mean of the current batch in x.
running_var A 1D Tensor for the exponential running variance The output value is (1 - exponential_avg_factor) * variance + exponential_avg_factor * batch_variance), where batch_variance is the variance of the current batch in x.

References:

Batch Normalization - Accelerating Deep Network Training by Reducing Internal Covariate Shift: Ioffe et al., 2015 (pdf)