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## What are backpropagation networks?

Backpropagation in neural network is a short form for “backward propagation of errors.” It is a standard method of training artificial neural networks. This method helps calculate the gradient of a loss function with respect to all the weights in the network.

## What is the role of backpropagation?

Backpropagation (backward propagation) is an important mathematical tool for improving the accuracy of predictions in data mining and machine learning. Essentially, backpropagation is an algorithm used to calculate derivatives quickly.

**What is backpropagation example?**

For a single training example, Backpropagation algorithm calculates the gradient of the error function. Backpropagation algorithms are a set of methods used to efficiently train artificial neural networks following a gradient descent approach which exploits the chain rule.

**How is backpropagation used in artificial neural networks?**

Backpropagation is a short form for “backward propagation of errors.”. It is a standard method of training artificial neural networks. A feedforward neural network is an artificial neural network. Two Types of Backpropagation Networks are 1)Static Back-propagation 2) Recurrent Backpropagation.

### What is the purpose of the backpropagation algorithm?

The backpropagation algorithm is one of the algorithms responsible for updating network weights with the objective of reducing the network error.

### What’s the difference between feedforward and backpropagation?

Backpropagation is a short form for “backward propagation of errors.”. It is a standard method of training artificial neural networks. Backpropagation is fast, simple and easy to program. A feedforward neural network is an artificial neural network.

**How does dynamic routing between capsules ( capsule ) work?**

Routing a capsule to the capsule in the layer above based on relevancy is called Routing-by-agreement. The dynamic routing is not a complete replacement of the backpropagation. The transformation matrix \\(W\\) is still trained with the backpropagation using a cost function. However, we use dynamic routing to compute the output of a capsule.