The Mathematics Behind Deep Learning


Deep neural networks (DNNs) are essentially formed by having multiple connected perceptrons, where a perceptron is a single neuron. Think of an artificial neural network (ANN) as a system which contains a set of inputs that are fed along weighted paths. These inputs are then processed, and an output is produced to perform some task. Over time, the ANN'learns', and different paths are developed. Various paths can have different weightings, and paths that are found to be more important (or produce more desirable results) are assigned higher weightings within the model than those which produce fewer desirable results.

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