What is the name of the output layer of CNN, top layer or bottom layer?

In the video and quiz, the last/output layer is called the bottom of the network. However, in InceptionV3 constructor, there is a parameter called include_top, which is defined as:
Boolean, whether to include the fully-connected layer at the top, as the last layer of the network.
See https://keras.io/api/applications/inceptionv3/

Hi larry,
from an architecture point of view try to imagine the network upside down
so you have the CNNs at the top then the DNNs at the bottom where you found the last layer, but when it comes to the parameter it’s considered as the top layer where you find the last layer ‘the classification layer’.

Hope this will help