tf.contrib.framework.nest.yield_flat_paths

tf.contrib.framework.nest.yield_flat_paths(nest)

Defined in tensorflow/python/util/nest.py.

Yields paths for some nested structure.

Paths are lists of objects which can be str-converted, which may include integers or other types which are used as indices in a dict.

The flat list will be in the corresponding order as if you called snt.nest.flatten on the structure. This is handy for naming Tensors such the TF scope structure matches the tuple structure.

E.g. if we have a tuple value = Foo(a=3, b=Bar(c=23, d=42))

>>> nest.flatten(value)
[3, 23, 42]
>>> list(nest.yield_flat_paths(value))
[('a',), ('b', 'c'), ('b', 'd')]
>>> list(nest.yield_flat_paths({'a': [3]}))
[('a', 0)]
>>> list(nest.yield_flat_paths({'a': 3}))
[('a',)]

Args:

  • nest: the value to produce a flattened paths list for.

Yields:

Tuples containing index or key values which form the path to a specific leaf value in the nested structure.