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Converts the argument into an instance of tff.Type.

Used in the notebooks

Used in the tutorials

Examples of arguments convertible to tensor types:

(tf.int32, [10])
(tf.int32, [None])

Examples of arguments convertible to flat named tuple types:

[tf.int32, tf.bool]
(tf.int32, tf.bool)
[('a', tf.int32), ('b', tf.bool)]
('a', tf.int32)
collections.OrderedDict([('a', tf.int32), ('b', tf.bool)])

Examples of arguments convertible to nested named tuple types:

(tf.int32, (tf.float32, tf.bool))
(tf.int32, (('x', tf.float32), tf.bool))
((tf.int32, [1]), (('x', (tf.float32, [2])), (tf.bool, [3])))

attr.s class instances can also be used to describe TFF types by populating the fields with the corresponding types:

class MyDataClass:
  int_scalar: tf.Tensor
  string_array: tf.Tensor

  def tff_type(cls) -> tff.Type:
    return tff.to_type(cls(
      string_array=tf.TensorSpec(dtype=tf.string, shape=[3]),

def work(my_data):
  assert isinstance(my_data, MyDataClass)

spec Either an instance of tff.Type, or an argument convertible to tff.Type.

An instance of tff.Type corresponding to the given spec.