# RMSprop

## Introduction to RMSprop: A Deep Learning Optimizer

RMSprop, or Root Mean Squared Propagation, is a pivotal optimization strategy utilized in deep learning and other Machine Learning techniques. It operates as a gradient descent algorithm, primarily aiming to boost the speed and stability during a model's training phase.

At its core, RMSprop utilizes gradients grounded in the concept of backpropagation. Given the potential for gradients to disappear or inflate as data moves through intricate structures like neural networks, RMSprop offers a sophisticated approach to stochastic mini-batch learning.

## RMSprop Algorithm Simplified

The RMSprop algorithm can be broken down as:v_t = \text{decay_rate} \times v_{t-1} + (1 - \text{decay_rate}) \times \text{gradient}^2\text{parameter} = \text{parameter} - \text{learning_rate} \times \text{gradient} / (\sqrt{v_t} + \epsilon)

Where:

• ��vt​: Represents the mean of squared gradients.
• \text{decay_rate}: A hyperparameter dictating the decay speed of the moving average.
• \text{learning_rate}: Another hyperparameter defining the scale of the update step.
• gradientgradient: Represents the derivative of the loss function concerning the parameter.
• ϵ: A minuscule value added to prevent division by zero.

Within the domain of deep learning optimization, RMSprop is often juxtaposed against the Adam (Adaptive Moment Estimation) optimization algorithm. Although both leverage momentum and adaptive learning rates, they diverge in how they calculate moving averages and adjust learning rates. Regardless of Adam's dominance in use, both optimizers exhibit unique efficacies under different circumstances.  