That’s a great visual. Thanks!
Not mine. This one is by Brandon (Rohrer).
GitHub - vdumoulin/conv_arithmetic: A technical report on convolution arithmetic in the context of deep learning has some pretty cool animations showing how convolutions with different strides/padding look like.
This is also a great and quite extensive paper:
@bhutanisanyam1 very well said, totally agree!
Thank you so much @bhutanisanyam1 for sharing my blog!
I’ve managed to write blog posts because of the amazing study groups with this community. I’m learning so much every single week! So thank you for that!
As Sanyam mentioned start learning with a top-down approach, in this way you will be able to learn the practical aspects of Deep learning in the shortest span of time and with solid foundational intuitions and most of well know members of the ML community like Jeremy Howard, Zach Mueller vouch for the same. You can see from Emil Wallner’s the recent Tweet