# A simple Conv3D example with Keras

These past few years, convolutional neural networks have become known for the boost they gave to machine learning, or artificial...

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# How to use categorical / multiclass hinge with Keras?

# How to use hinge & squared hinge loss with Keras?

# Leaky ReLU: improving traditional ReLU

# Using Huber loss in Keras

# How to visualize the decision boundary for your Keras model?

# How to visualize the training process in Keras?

# How to visualize a model with Keras?

# How to use sparse categorical crossentropy in Keras?

# About loss and loss functions

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These past few years, convolutional neural networks have become known for the boost they gave to machine learning, or artificial...

Recently, I’ve been looking into loss functions – and specifically these questions: What is their purpose? How does the concept...

In order to discover the ins and outs of the Keras deep learning framework, I’m writing blog posts about commonly...

The Leaky ReLU is a type of activation function which comes across many machine learning blogs every now and then....

The Huber loss function can be used to balance between the Mean Absolute Error, or MAE, and the Mean Squared...

When you build a classifier, you’re effectively learning a mathematical model to draw a decision boundary that can separate between...

Sometimes, you don’t want to visualize the architecture of your Keras model, but rather you wish to show the training...

Every now and then, you might need to demonstrate your Keras model structure. There’s one or two things that you...

For multiclass classification problems, many online tutorials – and even François Chollet’s book Deep Learning with Python, which I think...

When you’re training supervised machine learning models, you often hear about a loss function that is minimized; that must be...