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Back Propagation - What is the difference between forward propagation and backward propagation?


Backward Propagation involves the flow of data from the output layer (right) to the input layer (left) in a neural network. On the other hand, Forward propagation describes the movement of data from the input layer (left) to the output layer (right). A neural network can be visualized as a series of interconnected input/output nodes.