I installed numsharp using Nuget for my Unity project, but it seems Unity can't read or find the package. I get the error: "The type or namespace name 'NumSharp' could not be found".
I don't believe you can use Unity and nuget directly. Create another project and install the package, then manually copy the DLLs into your Unity project
X Microsoft.ML.Dnn.Tests.ImageClassification.TensorFlowImageClassification [1m 16s]
System.Exception : Can not convert a String into a Tensor or Operation.
at Tensorflow.Graph._as_graph_element_locked(Object obj, Boolean allow_tensor, Boolean allow_operation)
at Tensorflow._ElementFetchMapper..ctor(Object fetches, Func
at Tensorflow._FetchMapper.for_fetch(Object fetch)
at Tensorflow._FetchHandler..ctor(Graph graph, Object fetches, Dictionary2 feeds, Action feed_handles)
at Tensorflow.BaseSession._run(Object fetches, FeedItem feed_dict)
at Tensorflow.BaseSession.run(Object fetches, FeedItem feed_dict)
at Tensorflow.Saver.save(Session sess, String save_path, Int32 global_step, String latest_filename, String meta_graph_suffix, Boolean write_meta_graph, Boolean write_state, Boolean strip_default_attrs, Boolean save_debug_info)
Anyone seen this? Seems to happen randomly when running multiple unit-tests in parallel
You can set xunit to make it more sequential...
This should fix the problem too.