Top 3 Python iccv2023 Projects
[ICCV 2023] PyTorch Implementation of "MotionBERT: A Unified Perspective on Learning Human Motion Representations"
[ICCV 2023] MOSE: A New Dataset for Video Object Segmentation in Complex Scenes
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Official Implementation for "StyleDomain: Efficient and Lightweight Parameterizations of StyleGAN for One-shot and Few-shot Domain Adaptation" (ICCV 2023)Project mention: [Research] Exciting New Paper on StyleGAN Domain Adaptation: StyleDomain - ICCV 2023 | /r/MachineLearning | 2023-09-30
Abstract: Domain adaptation of GANs is a problem of fine-tuning GAN models pretrained on a large dataset (e.g., StyleGAN) to a specific domain with few samples (e.g., painting faces, sketches, etc.). While there are many methods that tackle this problem in different ways, there are still many important questions that remain unanswered. In this paper, we provide a systematic and in-depth analysis of the domain adaptation problem of GANs, focusing on the StyleGAN model. We perform a detailed exploration of the most important parts of StyleGAN that are responsible for adapting the generator to a new domain depending on the similarity between the source and target domains. As a result of this study, we propose new efficient and lightweight parameterizations of StyleGAN for domain adaptation. Particularly, we show that there exist directions in StyleSpace (StyleDomain directions) that are sufficient for adapting to similar domains. For dissimilar domains, we propose Affine+ and AffineLight+ parameterizations that allow us to outperform existing baselines in few-shot adaptation while having significantly fewer training parameters. Finally, we examine StyleDomain directions and discover their many surprising properties that we apply for domain mixing and cross-domain image morphing. Source code can be found at GitHub.
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