Interpreting Lenet5 results

Alex
2010-07-21
2012-11-08
  • Alex
    Alex
    2010-07-21

    Here are the output results for a recent test of mine:

    training: size=47082 energy=0.5927 correct=81.98% errors=18.02% rejects=0.00%
    testing: size=10000 energy=0.7356 correct=76.16% errors=23.84% rejects=0.00%
    training: size=47082 energy=0.5317 correct=83.97% errors=16.03% rejects=0.00%
    testing: size=10000 energy=0.6915 correct=78.33% errors=21.67% rejects=0.00%
    training: size=47082 energy=0.5195 correct=84.63% errors=15.37% rejects=0.00%
    testing: size=10000 energy=0.6777 correct=79.05% errors=20.95% rejects=0.00%
    training: size=47082 energy=0.5102 correct=85.54% errors=14.46% rejects=0.00%
    testing: size=10000 energy=0.6857 correct=79.25% errors=20.75% rejects=0.00%
    training: size=47082 energy=0.4867 correct=85.98% errors=14.02% rejects=0.00%
    testing: size=10000 energy=0.6626 correct=79.54% errors=20.46% rejects=0.00%

    If I were to tell someone the results of this test would I say that they are
    equal to the last iteration (79.54%), or would it be something like the
    average of all testing results?

    Alex