ALAE VS simsiam-cifar10

Compare ALAE vs simsiam-cifar10 and see what are their differences.

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ALAE simsiam-cifar10
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0.0 0.4
about 1 year ago 3 months ago
Python Python
- MIT License
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ALAE

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simsiam-cifar10

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What are some alternatives?

When comparing ALAE and simsiam-cifar10 you can also consider the following projects:

dino - PyTorch code for Vision Transformers training with the Self-Supervised learning method DINO

lightly - A python library for self-supervised learning on images.

pytorch-metric-learning - The easiest way to use deep metric learning in your application. Modular, flexible, and extensible. Written in PyTorch.

jukebox - Code for the paper "Jukebox: A Generative Model for Music"

byol-pytorch - Usable Implementation of "Bootstrap Your Own Latent" self-supervised learning, from Deepmind, in Pytorch

stargan-v2 - StarGAN v2 - Official PyTorch Implementation (CVPR 2020)

generative-inpainting-pytorch - A PyTorch reimplementation for paper Generative Image Inpainting with Contextual Attention (https://arxiv.org/abs/1801.07892)

lightweight-gan - Implementation of 'lightweight' GAN, proposed in ICLR 2021, in Pytorch. High resolution image generations that can be trained within a day or two

sequitur - Library of autoencoders for sequential data

StyleFlow - StyleFlow: Attribute-conditioned Exploration of StyleGAN-generated Images using Conditional Continuous Normalizing Flows (ACM TOG 2021)

torch-metrics - Metrics for model evaluation in pytorch

checkface - Putting a face to a hash