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How to Accelerate Learning of Deep Neural Networks With Batch Normalization

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Batch normalization is a technique designed to automatically standardize the inputs to a layer in a deep learning neural network. Once implemented, batch normalization has the effect of dramatically accelerating the training process of a neural network, and in some cases improves the performance of the model via a modest regularization effect. In this tutorial, you will discover how to use batch normalization to accelerate the training of deep learning neural networks in Python with Keras. How to Accelerate Learning of Deep Neural Networks With Batch Normalization Photo by Angela and Andrew, some rights reserved. Keras provides support for batch normalization via the BatchNormalization layer.


TensorFlow 2 Tutorial: Get Started in Deep Learning With tf.keras

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You can easily create learning curves for your deep learning models. First, you must update your call to the fit function to include reference to a validation dataset. This is a portion of the training set not used to fit the model, and is instead used to evaluate the performance of the model during training.


How to Reduce Overfitting in Deep Neural Networks Using Weight Constraints in Keras

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Weight constraints provide an approach to reduce the overfitting of a deep learning neural network model on the training data and improve the performance of the model on new data, such as the holdout test set. There are multiple types of weight constraints, such as maximum and unit vector norms, and some require a hyperparameter that must be configured. In this tutorial, you will discover the Keras API for adding weight constraints to deep learning neural network models to reduce overfitting. How to Reduce Overfitting in Deep Neural Networks With Weight Constraints in Keras Photo by Ian Sane, some rights reserved. The Keras API supports weight constraints.


How to Improve Performance With Transfer Learning for Deep Learning Neural Networks

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An interesting benefit of deep learning neural networks is that they can be reused on related problems. Transfer learning refers to a technique for predictive modeling on a different but somehow similar problem that can then be reused partly or wholly to accelerate the training and improve the performance of a model on the problem of interest. In deep learning, this means reusing the weights in one or more layers from a pre-trained network model in a new model and either keeping the weights fixed, fine tuning them, or adapting the weights entirely when training the model. In this tutorial, you will discover how to use transfer learning to improve the performance deep learning neural networks in Python with Keras. How to Improve Performance With Transfer Learning for Deep Learning Neural Networks Photo by Damian Gadal, some rights reserved. Transfer learning generally refers to a process where a model trained on one problem is used in some way on a second related problem.


A Gentle Introduction to the Rectified Linear Unit (ReLU)

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In a neural network, the activation function is responsible for transforming the summed weighted input from the node into the activation of the node or output for that input. The rectified linear activation function or ReLU for short is a piecewise linear function that will output the input directly if it is positive, otherwise, it will output zero. It has become the default activation function for many types of neural networks because a model that uses it is easier to train and often achieves better performance. In this tutorial, you will discover the rectified linear activation function for deep learning neural networks. A Gentle Introduction to the Rectified Linear Activation Function for Deep Learning Neural Networks Photo by Bureau of Land Management, some rights reserved. A neural network is comprised of layers of nodes and learns to map examples of inputs to outputs. For a given node, the inputs are multiplied by the weights in a node and summed together.