transformer

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See also: Transformer

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transform +‎ -er

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transformer (plural transformers)

  1. Something that transforms, changing its own or another thing's shape.
  2. (electrical engineering) A static device that transfers electric energy from one circuit to another by magnetic coupling. Their main use is to transfer energy between different voltage levels, which allows choosing most appropriate voltage for power generation, transmission and distribution separately.
  3. (machine learning) A neural network architecture that relies on self-attention mechanisms.
    • 2021, Lei Chen, Deep Learning and Practice with MindSpore, Springer Nature, →ISBN, page 116:
      Transformer is a deep machine learning model based on the encoder–decoder network architecture and is used primarily in the field of NLP.
  4. Alternative letter-case form of Transformer

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  • IPA(key): [tʁ̥ɑnsˈfɒːmɐ]

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transformer c (singular definite transformeren, plural indefinite transformere)

  1. (electrical engineering) transformer
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  • IPA(key): [tʁ̥ɑnsfɒˈmeɐ̯ˀ]

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transformer

  1. imperative of transformere

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From Old French transformer, borrowed from Latin trānsfōrmō, trānsfōrmāre.

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transformer

  1. to transform

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trānsfōrmer

  1. first-person singular present passive subjunctive of trānsfōrmō