In a FeedForward NNet, what exactly is one iteration?
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When you train a feedforward neural net with no changes, you see a GUI which includes "Epoch: 0 [ x iterations ] 1000" Does the x value represent the amount of pieces of data that were passed (such as 1 image from a data set of images), or does it represent a full pass of the entire data set?
Majid Farzaneh on 24 May 2018
Hello, In every neural network there is an optimization algorithm to set optimum weights and biases; and optimization algorithms are usually iterative. 1 epoch means one iteration in the optimization algorithm.