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tf.nn.conv3d_transpose

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The transpose of conv3d.

This operation is sometimes called "deconvolution" after (Zeiler et al., 2010), but is really the transpose (gradient) of conv3d rather than an actual deconvolution.

input A 5-D Tensor of type float and shape [batch, height, width, in_channels] for NHWC data format or [batch, in_channels, height, width] for NCHW data format.
filters A 5-D Tensor with the same type as value and shape [height, width, output_channels, in_channels]. filter's in_channels dimension must match that of value.
output_shape A 1-D Tensor representing the output shape of the deconvolution op.
strides An int or list of ints that has length 1, 3 or 5. The stride of the sliding window for each dimension of input. If a single value is given it is replicated in the D, H and W dimension. By default the N and C dimensions are set to 0. The dimension order is determined by the value of data_format, see below for details.
padding A string, either 'VALID' or 'SAME'. The padding algorithm. See the "returns" section of tf.nn.convolution for details.
data_format A string. 'NDHWC' and 'NCDHW' are supported.
dilations An int or list of ints that has length 1, 3 or 5, defaults to 1. The dilation factor for each dimension ofinput. If a single value is given it is replicated in the D, H and W dimension. By default the N and C dimensions are set to 1. If set to k > 1, there will be k-1 skipped cells between each filter element on that dimension. The dimension order is determined by the value of data_format, see above for details. Dilations in the batch and depth dimensions if a 5-d tensor must be 1.
name Optional name for the returned tensor.

A Tensor with the same type as value.

References:

Deconvolutional Networks: Zeiler et al., 2010 (pdf)