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i have trouble implementing back propogation for multi class classification of CIFAR10 dataset

My neural network has 2 layers

forward propagation

X -> L1 -> L2

weights W are initialized as random

np.random.randn(this_layer_units, previous_layer_units) * 0.01

X is input of size (no_features * number of examples)

Z1 = (w1 * x) + b1

A1 = relu(Z1)

L1 has ReLu activation

Z2 = (w2 * A1) + b2

A2 = softmax(Z1)

L2 has softmax activation

cost is caluclated using this equation

cost = -(1/m)*np.sum((Y * np.log(A2) ) + ((1 - Y)*np.log(1-A2)))

back propagation

derivative of cost is calculated

dA2 = -(1/m)*(np.divide(Y, A2) - np.divide(1 - Y, 1 - A2))

dA2 = derivative of A2

Y = one hot encoded True values

softmax is

np.exp(z)/ np.sum(np.exp(z))

now how do i proceed from here

how do i find dZ2 (derivative of Z2) using dA2

and update weights

Link to entire jupyter notebook code

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softmax is a Classifier with cross entropy loss function.

good explanation on softmax at below link http://cs231n.github.io/linear-classify/

code to implement softmax with X->RELU->Softmax with back prop http://cs231n.github.io/neural-networks-case-study/#together

After RELU, scores need to be exponentiate and calculate class probabilities and compute average loss for correct log probabilities and compute gradient on scores and then apply back prop - code for back prop is in above link.

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  • $\begingroup$ Please try to provide comprehensive answers instead of link only answers...Since the user is a beginner it is assumed the OP has gone through other blogs to implement the classifier...so linking to another article is not of much help. $\endgroup$ – DuttaA Sep 21 '18 at 18:23
  • $\begingroup$ the link has full code on how to implement back prop with softmax $\endgroup$ – Sreedhar Veluri Sep 21 '18 at 22:10

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