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#### Q.1. Select the correct option about Autoencoder.

Statement 1: Autoencoder can be used for image compression. Statement 2: Autoencoder can be used for unsupervised pre-training for image classification.

**a. Both statements are true**- b. Statement 1 is true, but Statement 2 is false
- c. Statement 1 is false, but statement 2 is true
- d. Both statements are false

#### Q.2. What is not a purpose of the stacked autoencoder?

- a. Memory Efficient Training,
- b. Better Convergence
- c. Faster inference
**d. All of the above is the purpose of using stacked autoencoder**

#### Q.3. Which autoencoder is the most effective for the dimensionality reduction of the data?

- a. Overcomplete Denoising Autoencoder
- b. Overcomplete Stacked Autoencoder
- c. Undercomplete Denoising Autoencoder
**d. Undercomplete Stacked Autoencoder**

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#### Q.4. An overcomplete autoencoder generally learns identity function. How can we prevent those autoencoder from learning the identity function and learn some useful representations?

- a. Stack autoencoder based layer-wise training
- b. Train the autoencoder for large number of epochs in order to learn more useful representation
**c. Add noise to the data and train to learn noise-free data from noisy data**- d. It is not possible to train overcomplete autoencoder. It always converges to the identity function.

#### Q.5. In which conditions, autoencoder has more powerful generalization than Principal Components Analysis (PCA) while performing dimensionality reduction?

- a. Undercomplete Linear Autoencoder
- b. Overcomplete Linear Autoencoder
**c. Undercomplete Non-linear Autoencoder**- d. Overcomplete Non-Linear Autoencoder

#### Q.6. A autoencoder consists of 100 input neurons, 50 hidden neurons. If the network weights are represented using single precision floating point numbers then what will be size of weight matrix?

#### Q.7. Which of the following is not the purpose of cost function in training denoising autoencoders?

**a. Dimension reduction**- b. Error minimization
- c. Weight Regularization
- d. Image denoising

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#### Q.8. What is the role of sparsity constraint in a sparse autoencoder?

**a. Control the number of active nodes in a hidden layer**- b. Control the noise level in a hidden layer
- c. Control the hidden layer length
- d. Not related to sparse autoencoder

#### Q.9. Which of the following autoencoder is not a regularization autoencoder?

- a. Sparse autoencoder
- b. Denoising autoencoder
- c. Both a and b
**d. Stack autoencoder**

#### Q.10. Which of the following is NOT an application of an autoencoder?

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**Week 1**: Introduction to Deep Learning, Bayesian Learning, Decision Surfaces**Week 2:**Linear Classifiers, Linear Machines with Hinge Loss**Week 3:**Optimization Techniques, Gradient Descent, Batch Optimization**Week 4:**Introduction to Neural Network, Multilayer Perceptron, Back Propagation Learning**Week 5:**Unsupervised Learning with Deep Network, Autoencoders**Week 6:**Convolutional Neural Network, Building blocks of CNN, Transfer Learning**Week 7:**Revisiting Gradient Descent, Momentum Optimizer, RMSProp, Adam**Week 8:**Effective training in Deep Net- early stopping, Dropout, Batch Normalization, Instance Normalization, Group Normalization**Week 9:**Recent Trends in Deep Learning Architectures, Residual Network, Skip Connection Network, Fully Connected CNN etc.**Week 10**: Classical Supervised Tasks with Deep Learning, Image Denoising, Semanticd Segmentation, Object Detection etc.**Week 11:**LSTM Networks**Week 12:**Generative Modeling with DL, Variational Autoencoder, Generative Adversarial Network Revisiting Gradient Descent, Momentum Optimizer, RMSProp, Adam

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