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In this post, we focus on two mainstreams of one-stage object detection methods: YOLO family and SSD family. Compared to two-stage methods (like R-CNN series), those models skip the region proposal stage and directly extract detection results from feature maps. For that reason, one-stage models are faster but at the cost of reduced accuracy.
In this post, we discuss the computally efficient DCNN architectures, such as MobileNet, ShuffleNet and their variants.
In this post, we are looking into two high-resolution image generation models: ProGAN and StyleGAN. They generates the artificial images gradually, starting from a very low resolution and continuing to a high resolution (finally $1024\times 1024$).
About this paper
- Title: Adversarial Discriminative Domain Adaptation
- Authors: Eric Tzeng, Judy Hoffman, Kate Saenko, Trevor Darrell
- Topic: Domain Adaptation
- From: arXiv:1702.05464, appearing in CVPR 2017
- 将之前的论文里提到的一些方法，例如weight sharing、base models、adversarial loss等，归入了统一的框架之中，并进行了测试；