The following classes are available globally.

  • ResourceHandle is the type used by ops and the #tfop() syntax to represent TensorFlow resource values. It exists only to represent edges in TensorFlow graphs, and has no host-side representation (and thus no methods).

    Declaration

    public final class ResourceHandle
  • VariantHandle is the type used by ops and the #tfop() syntax to represent TensorFlow variant values. It exists only to represent edges in TensorFlow graphs, and has no host-side representation (and thus no methods).

    Declaration

    public final class VariantHandle
  • TensorHandle is the type used by ops and the #tfop() syntax specifically. It includes a Scalar type, which compiler internals depend on to determine the datatypes of parameters when they are extracted into a tensor program.

    Declaration

    public final class TensorHandle<Scalar> where Scalar : AccelerableByTensorFlow
  • A pseudorandom state.

    Declaration

    open class RandomState