How to do it...

Let's start with constants:

  1. We can declare a scalar constant:
t_1 = tf.constant(4)   
  1. A constant vector of shape [1,3] can be declared as follows:
t_2 = tf.constant([4, 3, 2]) 
  1. To create a tensor with all elements zero, we use tf.zeros(). This statement creates a zero matrix of shape [M,N] with dtype (int32, float32, and so on):

Let's take an example:

zero_t = tf.zeros([2,3],tf.int32) # Results in an 2×3 array of zeros: [[0 0 0], [0 0 0]] 
  1. We can also create tensor constants of the same shape as an existing Numpy array or tensor constant as follows:
tf.zeros_like(t_2) # Create a zero matrix of same shape as t_2  tf.ones_like(t_2) # Creates a ones matrix of same shape as t_2
  1. We can create a tensor ...

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