
Get up to speed with the deep learning concepts of Pytorch using a problemsolution approach. Starting with an introduction to PyTorch, you'll get familiarized with tensors, a type of data structure used to calculate arithmetic operations and also learn how they operate. You will then take a look at probability distributions using PyTorch and get acquainted with its concepts. Further you will dive into transformations and graph computations with PyTorch. Along the way you will take a look at common issues faced with neural network implementation and tensor differentiation, and get the best solutions for them.
Moving on to algorithms; you will learn how PyTorch works with supervised and unsupervised algorithms. You will see how convolutional neural networks, deep neural networks, and recurrent neural networks work using PyTorch. In conclusion you will get acquainted with natural language processing and text processing using PyTorch.
What You Will Learn

Master tensor operations for dynamic graphbased calculations using PyTorch

Create PyTorch transformations and graph computations for neural networks

Carry out supervised and unsupervised learning using PyTorch

Work with deep learning algorithms such as CNN and RNN

Build LSTM models in PyTorch

Use PyTorch for text processing
Who This Book Is For
Readers wanting to dive straight into programming PyTorch.



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