- paddle.nn.functional.common. linear ( x, weight, bias=None, name=None )
Fully-connected linear transformation operator. For each input \(X\) , the equation is:\[Out = XW + b\]
where \(W\) is the weight and \(b\) is the bias.
If the weight is a 2-D tensor of shape \([in\_features, out\_features]\) , input should be a multi-dimensional tensor of shape \([batch\_size, *, in\_features]\) , where \(*\) means any number of additional dimensions. The linear operator multiplies input tensor with weight and produces an output tensor of shape \([batch\_size, *, out\_features]\) , If \(bias\) is not None, the bias should be a 1-D tensor of shape \([out\_features]\) and will be added to the output.
x (Tensor) – Input tensor. The data type should be float16, float32 or float64.
weight (Tensor) – Weight tensor. The data type should be float16, float32 or float64.
bias (Tensor, optional) – Bias tensor. The data type should be float16, float32 or float64. If it is set to None, no bias will be added to the output units.
name (str, optional) – Normally there is no need for user to set this parameter. For detailed information, please refer to Name .
Tensor, the shape is \([batch\_size, *, out\_features]\) and the data type is the same with input \(x\) .
import paddle x = paddle.randn((3, 2), dtype="float32") # x: [[-0.32342386 -1.200079 ] # [ 0.7979031 -0.90978354] # [ 0.40597573 1.8095392 ]] weight = paddle.full(shape=[2, 4], fill_value="0.5", dtype="float32", name="weight") # weight: [[0.5 0.5 0.5 0.5] # [0.5 0.5 0.5 0.5]] bias = paddle.ones(shape=, dtype="float32", name="bias") # bias: [1. 1. 1. 1.] y = paddle.nn.functional.linear(x, weight, bias) # y: [[0.23824859 0.23824859 0.23824859 0.23824859] # [0.9440598 0.9440598 0.9440598 0.9440598 ] # [2.1077576 2.1077576 2.1077576 2.1077576 ]]