Backpropagation

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Backpropagation

What is Backpropagation?

A neural network learns by training, using an algorithm called backpropagation. To train a neural network it is first given an input which produces an output. The first step is to teach the neural network what the correct, or ideal, output should have been for that input. The ANN can then take this ideal output and begin adapting the weights to yield an enhanced, more precise output (based on how much they contributed to the overall prediction) the next time it receives a similar input. This process is repeated many many times until the margin of error between the input and the ideal output is considered acceptable.

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