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tensorflow.python.ops.gen_array_ops.multiply equivalent in Theano

I’m using tensorflow.python.ops.gen_array_ops.multiply (from TF 0.12) function. This function make code more readable by using dot-dot-dot.
My question is “Does Theano have this function?”


Yes, tensorflow.python.ops.gen_array_ops has a dot-dot-dot method called dot(a, b, name=None). It’s located in the package tensorflow.python.ops.
From the docs of the method:

dot(a, b, name=None)
Multiply two arrays elementwise.


How to do sequential filtering?

In games, people often talk about “sequential filtering”, i.e. applying filters in such a way that they apply, say, only for the first 20 frames, then the next 20 frames, etc.
How to do such sequential filtering in OpenGL ES, and what are its benefits over classic OpenGL techniques?


I’ll propose a technique I’ve seen in a couple of other technologies. I’m not sure if it is the best way, but it is perhaps one of the simplest to implement.
You would have the filter as a function that takes an array of data. You would start the filter on the first row of the


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