Start free trial
Take Naologic for a spin today, no credit card needed and no obligations.
Start free trial

Forward Propagation - How does backward propagation work?


Backward propagation, as outlined in a 1989 research paper, is a process that continuously adjusts the weights of connections within a network to minimize the discrepancy between the network's actual output vector and the desired output vector. This adjustment of weights is done by computing gradients.