The cross entropy loss is given by the below formula according to this
But in the code below is the same thing happening?
def cross_entropy(y_hat, y): return - np.log(y_hat[range(len(y_hat)), y])
Am I missing something?
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.mean() is for n*1 matrix?
What this snippet of code is doing is exactly the same as the formula above. This code uses the index of the true y to fetch the predicted value y_hat and then taking the log to those predicted values for all examples in a minibatch
I am also a bit confused about that. I get that we select the y_hat for each y, in train_epoch_ch3 we sum over the cross-entropy loss, but where do we multiply each y with it’s corresponding y_hat as per the equation?
Hi @katduecker, great question! I guess you were referring to the “loss” function. Here we usedcross entropy loss rather than simply multiplying
y_hat in the function
I think there is a typo in the sentence : “Before looking at the code, let us recall how this looks expressed as an equation:”
It should be : “Before looking at the code, let us recall how this looks when expressed as an equation:”