Early Stopping in PyTorch to Prevent Overfitting (3.4)

It can be difficult to know how many epochs to train a neural network for. Early stopping stops the neural network from training before it begins to seriously overfitting. Generally too many epochs will result in an overfit neural network and too few will be underfit.

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