It looks like you are trying to use the
__init__ method in a class for a Convolutional Neural Network (CNN) in Python, and you are getting an error that says “init missing 1 required positional argument: ‘units'”. This error occurs when you are trying to call the
__init__ method and you have not provided all of the required arguments.
To fix this error, you need to make sure that you are providing all of the required arguments when calling the
__init__ method. The
__init__ method is a special method in Python that is used to initialize an object when it is created. It is called a “constructor” in other programming languages. The
__init__ method takes a number of arguments, and you need to provide values for all of these arguments when you call the method.
For example, if your
__init__ method looks like this:
def __init__(self, units): self.units = units
Then you would need to call it like this:
cnn = CNN(units=64)
Make sure that you are providing values for all of the required arguments in the
__init__ method when you call it. If you are still having trouble, it might be helpful to review the documentation for your CNN library or framework to see what arguments are required for the