This article was written by Ajit Joakar.
In this longish post, I have tried to explain Deep Learning starting from familiar ideas like machine learning. This approach forms a part of my forthcoming book. I have used this approach in my teaching. It is based on ‘learning by exception,' i.e. understanding one concept and it’s limitations and then understanding how the subsequent concept overcomes that limitation.
The roadmap we follow is:
- Linear Regression
- Multiple Linear Regression
- Polynomial Regression
- General Linear Model
- Perceptron Learning
- Multi-Layer Perceptron
We thus develop a chain of thought that starts with linear regression and extends to multilayer perceptron (Deep Learning). Also, for simplification, I have excluded other forms of Deep Learning such as CNN and LSTM, i.e. we confine ourselves to the multilayer Perceptron when it comes to Deep Learning. Why start with Linear Regression? Because it is an idea familiar to many even at high school levels.
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