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### 3 Important Neural Network Architectures Explained

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1. Perceptron The perceptron is the most basic of all neural networks, being a fundamental building block of more complex neural network. If simple connects an input cell and an output cell. 2. Feed-Forward Network The feed-forward network is a collection of perceptron’s. In which there are three fundamental types of layers – input layers,…

Read More### Important Deep learning Concept Explained Part – 2

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Converge Algorithm that converges will eventually reach an optimal answer, even if very slowly. An algorithm that doesn’t converge may never reach an optimal answer. Learning Rate Rate at which optimizers change weights and biases. High learning rate generally trains faster but risks not converging whereas a lower rate trains slower. Numerical instability Issues with…

Read More### Important Deep learning Concept Explained Part – 1

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Neuron Node is a NN, typically taking in multiple input values and generating one output value by applying an activation function (nonlinear transformation) to weighted sum of input values. Weights Edges is a NN, the goal of training is to determine the optimal weight for each feature; if weight = 0, corresponding feature does not…

Read More### Top 8 Deep Learning Algorithms

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Convolutional Neural Networks CNN’s popularly known as ConvNets majority consists of several layers and are specifically used for image processing and detection of objects. It was developed in 1998 by Yann LeCun. CNNs have wide usage in identifying the image of the satellites, medical image processing, series forecasting, and anomaly detection. CNNs process the data…

Read More### Loss Functions and optimizers and its type?

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With modelling, there’s a particular goal that the model needs to achieve. It’s just as important to achieve the best possible values of the model parameters as it is to find out what each parameter means in terms of that goal. The loss function (cost function) is minimized, therefore getting unknown values for weight and…

Read More### Top 40 Data Science Interview Questions and Answers 2022

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1 – What is F1 score? F1 score is a measure of the accuracy of a model. It is defined as the harmonic mean of precision and recall. F1 score is one of the most popular metrics for assessing how well a machine learning algorithm performs on predicting a target variable. F1 score ranges from…

Read More### Deep Learning interview questions Part -2

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1 – What are autoencoders? Explain the different layers of autoencoders. Autoencoders are neural networks that are trained to reconstruct an input data into a desired output data. They can be thought of as the opposite of a traditional classifier, which is trained to classify inputs into pre-defined classes. Autoencoders can be seen as a…

Read More### Deep Learning interview questions Part -1

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1 – What is data normalization? What’s the need for it? Data normalization is a process of transforming data from one format to another in order to improve the quality of the data and make it more usable for analysis. In this process data is organized and formatted in such a way that it’s easier…

Read More### What is Tanh activation function?

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The Tanh activation function is a hyperbolic tangent sigmoid function that has a range of -1 to 1. It is often used in deep learning models for its ability to model nonlinear boundaries. The tanh function is popular for its simplicity and the fact that it does not saturate for small inputs like sigmoid does,…

Read More### What is PReLU and ELU activation function?

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PReLU(Parametric ReLU) – PReLU is vital to the success of deep learning. It solves the problem with activation functions like sigmoid, where gradients would often vanish. This approach is finding more and more success in deep learning environments. But, we can still improve upon ReLU. Leaky ReLU was introduced, which does not zero out the…

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