> endstream /Type /Group Inspired by two-player zero-sum game, GANs comprise a generator and a discriminator, both trained under the adversarial learning idea. /R62 118 0 R /R42 86 0 R -11.95510 -11.95510 Td /R50 108 0 R /XObject << We propose an adaptive discriminator augmentation mechanism that … /R8 55 0 R stream [ (mation) -281.01900 (and) -279.98800 (can) -281.01400 (be) -279.99200 (trained) -280.99700 (end\055to\055end) -280.99700 (through) -280.00200 (the) -281.00200 (dif) 24.98600 (feren\055) ] TJ /Annots [ ] /Type /XObject /R7 32 0 R /R10 39 0 R stream T* >> T* Given a sample under consideration, our method is based on searching for a good representation of that sample in the latent space of the generator; if such a … /R14 10.16190 Tf In this paper, we propose the Self-Attention Generative Adversarial Network (SAGAN) which allows attention-driven, long-range dependency modeling for image generation tasks. /R29 77 0 R endobj 105.25300 4.33789 Td >> /ExtGState << /R10 10.16190 Tf Generative adversarial networks (GANs) are a set of deep neural network models used to produce synthetic data. /Type /Group Existing methods that bring generative adversarial networks (GANs) into the sequential setting do not adequately attend to the temporal correlations unique to time-series data. /x8 Do /R7 32 0 R /R40 90 0 R [ (Haoran) -250.00800 (Xie) ] TJ T* /ProcSet [ /Text /ImageC /ImageB /PDF /ImageI ] /x8 14 0 R [ (3) -0.30019 ] TJ Several recent work on speech synthesis have employed generative adversarial networks (GANs) to produce raw waveforms. Several recent work on speech synthesis have employed generative adversarial networks (GANs) to produce raw waveforms. T* Unlike the CNN-based methods, FV-GAN learns from the joint distribution of finger vein images and … In this work, … /F1 224 0 R The code allows the users to reproduce and extend the results reported in the study. /R18 59 0 R GANs, first introduced by Goodfellow et al. 4.02227 -3.68828 Td >> /R42 86 0 R /R60 115 0 R 37.52700 4.33906 Td /R114 188 0 R /ca 1 /R52 111 0 R endobj Generative adversarial networks (GAN) provide an alternative way to learn the true data distribution. "Generative Adversarial Networks." /S /Transparency T* T* data synthesis using generative adversarial networks (GAN) and proposed various algorithms. /R151 205 0 R -11.95510 -11.95470 Td /R12 7.97010 Tf q T* [Generative Adversarial Networks, Ian J. Goodfellow et al., NIPS 2016]에 대한 리뷰 영상입니다. /ca 1 /ca 1 endobj /Contents 179 0 R >> 19.67620 -4.33789 Td /R10 39 0 R [ (vided) -205.00700 (for) -204.98700 (the) -203.99700 (learning) -205.00700 (processes\056) -294.99500 (Compared) -204.99500 (with) -205.00300 (supervised) ] TJ /R106 182 0 R 1 1 1 rg /ExtGState << >> 11.95510 TL [ (lem) -261.01000 (during) -260.98200 (the) -261.00800 (learning) -262 (pr) 44.98390 (ocess\056) -342.99100 (T) 92 (o) -261.01000 (o) 10.00320 (ver) 37.01100 (come) -261.01500 (suc) 14.98520 (h) -261.99100 (a) -261.01000 (pr) 44.98510 (ob\055) ] TJ [ (hypothesize) -367.00300 (the) -366.99000 (discriminator) -367.01100 (as) -366.98700 (a) -366.99300 <636c61737369026572> -367.00200 (with) -367.00500 (the) -366.99000 (sig\055) ] TJ /F1 191 0 R We propose a new framework for estimating generative models via an adversarial process, in which we simultaneously train two models: a generative model G that captures the data distribution, and a discriminative model D that estimates the probability that a sample came from the training data rather than G. 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Goodfellow, Jean Pouget-Abadie, Mehdi Mirza, Bing Xu, David Warde-Farley, Sherjil Ozair, Aaron Courville, Yoshua Bengio. There are two benefits of LSGANs over regular GANs. /R85 172 0 R << Abstract: Recently, generative adversarial networks U+0028 GANs U+0029 have become a research focus of artificial intelligence. [ (problem) -304.98100 (of) -303.98600 (v) 24.98110 (anishing) -305.01000 (gradients) -304.00300 (when) -304.99800 (updating) -303.99300 (the) -304.99800 (genera\055) ] TJ However, the hallucinated details are often accompanied with unpleasant artifacts. 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Consider learning a policy from example expert behavior, without interaction with the expert or access to a reinforcement signal. download the GitHub extension for Visual Studio, http://www.iangoodfellow.com/slides/2016-12-04-NIPS.pdf, [A Mathematical Introduction to Generative Adversarial Nets (GAN)]. /XObject << /F2 97 0 R >> /CA 1 55.14880 4.33789 Td [ (g) 10.00320 (ener) 15.01960 (ate) -209.99600 (higher) -211 (quality) -210.01200 (ima) 10.01300 (g) 10.00320 (es) -210.98300 (than) -209.98200 (r) 37.01960 (e) 39.98840 (gular) -210.99400 (GANs\056) -296.98000 (Second\054) ] TJ >> Jonathan Ho, Stefano Ermon. [ (generati) 24.98420 (v) 14.98280 (e) -315.99100 (models\054) -333.00900 (obtain) -316.00100 (limited) -315.98400 (impact) -316.00400 (from) -316.99600 (deep) -315.98400 (learn\055) ] TJ /R37 82 0 R >> >> PyTorch implementation of the CVPR 2020 paper "A U-Net Based Discriminator for Generative Adversarial Networks". /R10 11.95520 Tf >> n [ (vised) -316.00600 (learning) -316.98900 (tasks\056) -508.99100 (Unl) 0.99493 (ik) 10.00810 (e) -317.01100 (other) -316.01600 (deep) -315.98600 (generati) 24.98600 (v) 14.98280 (e) -317.01100 (models) ] TJ /R58 98 0 R T* /CA 1 q /x12 20 0 R /R18 59 0 R As shown by the right part of Figure 2, NaGAN consists of a classifier and a discriminator. 1 0 0 1 0 0 cm >> [ (ation\054) -252.99500 (the) -251.99000 (quality) -252.00500 (of) -251.99500 (generated) -251.99700 (images) -252.01700 (by) -251.98700 (GANs) -251.98200 (is) -251.98200 (still) -252.00200 (lim\055) ] TJ [ (tor) -269.98400 (aims) -270.01100 (to) -271.00100 (distinguish) -270.00600 (between) -269.98900 (real) -270 (samples) -270.00400 (and) -271.00900 (generated) ] TJ /a0 << ET Q 11.95510 -17.51720 Td /F2 43 0 R /R7 32 0 R >> 0.50000 0.50000 0.50000 rg [ (Figure) -322 (1\050b\051) -321.98300 (sho) 24.99340 (ws\054) -338.99000 (when) -322.01500 (we) -321.98500 (use) -322.02000 (the) -320.99500 (f) 9.99343 (ak) 9.99833 (e) -321.99000 (samples) -321.99500 (\050in) -322.01500 (ma\055) ] TJ /ca 1 /Group 75 0 R � 0�� We evaluate the perfor- mance of the network by leveraging a closely related task - cross-modal match-ing. Download PDF Abstract: Previous works (Donahue et al., 2018a; Engel et al., 2019a) have found that generating coherent raw audio waveforms … /ExtGState << endobj >> We propose a novel, two-stage pipeline for generating synthetic medical images from a pair of generative adversarial networks, tested in practice on retinal fundi images. 10.80000 TL Generative adversarial networks (GANs) [13] have emerged as a popular technique for learning generative mod-els for intractable distributions in an unsupervised manner. ET Abstract: The Super-Resolution Generative Adversarial Network (SRGAN) is a seminal work that is capable of generating realistic textures during single image super-resolution. 11.95510 -19.75900 Td 9 0 obj Our method takes unpaired photos and cartoon images for training, which is easy to use. q x�+��O4PH/VЯ0�Pp�� [ (which) -265 (adopt) -264.99700 (the) -265.00700 (least) -263.98300 (squares) -265.00500 (loss) -264.99000 (function) -264.99000 (for) -265.01500 (the) -265.00500 (discrim\055) ] TJ [ (still) -321.01000 (f) 9.99588 (ar) -319.99300 (from) -320.99500 (the) -320.99800 (real) -321.01000 (data) -319.98100 (and) -321 (we) -321.00500 (w) 10.00320 (ant) -320.99500 (to) -320.01500 (pull) -320.98100 (them) -320.98600 (close) ] TJ In this work, we propose a method to generate synthetic abnormal MRI images with brain tumors by training a generative adversarial network using two publicly available data sets of brain MRI. /R18 59 0 R ��b�];�1�����5Y��y�R� {7QL.��\:Rv��/x�9�l�+�L��7�h%1!�}��i/�A��I(���kz"U��&,YO�! /MediaBox [ 0 0 612 792 ] /R16 9.96260 Tf -137.17000 -11.85590 Td /R73 127 0 R endstream [ <0263756c7479> -361.00300 (of) -360.01600 (intractable) -360.98100 (inference\054) -388.01900 (which) -360.98400 (in) -360.00900 (turn) -360.98400 (restricts) -361.01800 (the) ] TJ 11.95510 TL endobj If nothing happens, download the GitHub extension for Visual Studio and try again. 19.67620 -4.33906 Td (Abstract) Tj The paper and supplementary can be found here. /R56 105 0 R /Font << If nothing happens, download GitHub Desktop and try again. � 0�� /R142 206 0 R /Font << [ (ha) 19.99670 (v) 14.98280 (e) -496 (demonstrated) -497.01800 (impressi) 25.01050 (v) 14.98280 (e) -496 (performance) -495.99600 (for) -497.01500 (unsuper) 20.01630 (\055) ] TJ << Abstract

Consider learning a policy from example expert behavior, without interaction with the expert … /Rotate 0 Please cite this paper if you use the code in this repository as part of a published research project. endstream A generative adversarial network, or GAN, is a deep neural network framework which is able to learn from a set of training data and generate new data with the same characteristics as the training data. /R8 55 0 R We use optional third-party analytics cookies to understand how you use GitHub.com so we can build better products. /XObject << Generative Adversarial Nets. 11.95510 TL << /ProcSet [ /ImageC /Text /PDF /ImageI /ImageB ] We propose Graphical Generative Adversarial Networks (Graphical-GAN) to model structured data. 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Lionbrand Heartland Yarn Patterns, Rebar For Sale, Blizzard Fleece Fabric, Craftsman Trimmer 4-cycle, High Resolution Png, Fr24 Auckland Airport, Cinnamon And Lemon Juice For Weight Loss Recipe, Garnier Blue Hair Dye Results, Advanced English Vocabulary App, " /> > endstream /Type /Group Inspired by two-player zero-sum game, GANs comprise a generator and a discriminator, both trained under the adversarial learning idea. /R62 118 0 R /R42 86 0 R -11.95510 -11.95510 Td /R50 108 0 R /XObject << We propose an adaptive discriminator augmentation mechanism that … /R8 55 0 R stream [ (mation) -281.01900 (and) -279.98800 (can) -281.01400 (be) -279.99200 (trained) -280.99700 (end\055to\055end) -280.99700 (through) -280.00200 (the) -281.00200 (dif) 24.98600 (feren\055) ] TJ /Annots [ ] /Type /XObject /R7 32 0 R /R10 39 0 R stream T* >> T* Given a sample under consideration, our method is based on searching for a good representation of that sample in the latent space of the generator; if such a … /R14 10.16190 Tf In this paper, we propose the Self-Attention Generative Adversarial Network (SAGAN) which allows attention-driven, long-range dependency modeling for image generation tasks. /R29 77 0 R endobj 105.25300 4.33789 Td >> /ExtGState << /R10 10.16190 Tf Generative adversarial networks (GANs) are a set of deep neural network models used to produce synthetic data. /Type /Group Existing methods that bring generative adversarial networks (GANs) into the sequential setting do not adequately attend to the temporal correlations unique to time-series data. /x8 Do /R7 32 0 R /R40 90 0 R [ (Haoran) -250.00800 (Xie) ] TJ T* /ProcSet [ /Text /ImageC /ImageB /PDF /ImageI ] /x8 14 0 R [ (3) -0.30019 ] TJ Several recent work on speech synthesis have employed generative adversarial networks (GANs) to produce raw waveforms. Several recent work on speech synthesis have employed generative adversarial networks (GANs) to produce raw waveforms. T* Unlike the CNN-based methods, FV-GAN learns from the joint distribution of finger vein images and … In this work, … /F1 224 0 R The code allows the users to reproduce and extend the results reported in the study. /R18 59 0 R GANs, first introduced by Goodfellow et al. 4.02227 -3.68828 Td >> /R42 86 0 R /R60 115 0 R 37.52700 4.33906 Td /R114 188 0 R /ca 1 /R52 111 0 R endobj Generative adversarial networks (GAN) provide an alternative way to learn the true data distribution. "Generative Adversarial Networks." /S /Transparency T* T* data synthesis using generative adversarial networks (GAN) and proposed various algorithms. /R151 205 0 R -11.95510 -11.95470 Td /R12 7.97010 Tf q T* [Generative Adversarial Networks, Ian J. Goodfellow et al., NIPS 2016]에 대한 리뷰 영상입니다. /ca 1 /ca 1 endobj /Contents 179 0 R >> 19.67620 -4.33789 Td /R10 39 0 R [ (vided) -205.00700 (for) -204.98700 (the) -203.99700 (learning) -205.00700 (processes\056) -294.99500 (Compared) -204.99500 (with) -205.00300 (supervised) ] TJ /R106 182 0 R 1 1 1 rg /ExtGState << >> 11.95510 TL [ (lem) -261.01000 (during) -260.98200 (the) -261.00800 (learning) -262 (pr) 44.98390 (ocess\056) -342.99100 (T) 92 (o) -261.01000 (o) 10.00320 (ver) 37.01100 (come) -261.01500 (suc) 14.98520 (h) -261.99100 (a) -261.01000 (pr) 44.98510 (ob\055) ] TJ [ (hypothesize) -367.00300 (the) -366.99000 (discriminator) -367.01100 (as) -366.98700 (a) -366.99300 <636c61737369026572> -367.00200 (with) -367.00500 (the) -366.99000 (sig\055) ] TJ /F1 191 0 R We propose a new framework for estimating generative models via an adversarial process, in which we simultaneously train two models: a generative model G that captures the data distribution, and a discriminative model D that estimates the probability that a sample came from the training data rather than G. The training procedure for G is to maximize the probability of D making a mistake. Inspired by Wang et al. T* Paper where method was first introduced: ... Quantum generative adversarial networks. /R34 69 0 R >> In the proposed adversarial nets framework, the generative model is pitted against an adversary: a discriminative model that learns to determine whether a sample is from the model distribution or the data distribution. [ (mizing) -327.99100 (the) -328.01600 (P) 79.99030 (ear) 10.00570 (son) ] TJ 11.95510 TL In this paper, we take a radically different approach and harness the power of Generative Adversarial Networks (GANs) and DCNNs in order to reconstruct the facial texture and shape from single images. /R69 175 0 R We develop a hierarchical generation process to divide the complex image generation task into two parts: geometry and photorealism. 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Goodfellow, Jean Pouget-Abadie, Mehdi Mirza, Bing Xu, David Warde-Farley, Sherjil Ozair, Aaron Courville, Yoshua Bengio. There are two benefits of LSGANs over regular GANs. /R85 172 0 R << Abstract: Recently, generative adversarial networks U+0028 GANs U+0029 have become a research focus of artificial intelligence. [ (problem) -304.98100 (of) -303.98600 (v) 24.98110 (anishing) -305.01000 (gradients) -304.00300 (when) -304.99800 (updating) -303.99300 (the) -304.99800 (genera\055) ] TJ However, the hallucinated details are often accompanied with unpleasant artifacts. 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Consider learning a policy from example expert behavior, without interaction with the expert or access to a reinforcement signal. download the GitHub extension for Visual Studio, http://www.iangoodfellow.com/slides/2016-12-04-NIPS.pdf, [A Mathematical Introduction to Generative Adversarial Nets (GAN)]. /XObject << /F2 97 0 R >> /CA 1 55.14880 4.33789 Td [ (g) 10.00320 (ener) 15.01960 (ate) -209.99600 (higher) -211 (quality) -210.01200 (ima) 10.01300 (g) 10.00320 (es) -210.98300 (than) -209.98200 (r) 37.01960 (e) 39.98840 (gular) -210.99400 (GANs\056) -296.98000 (Second\054) ] TJ >> Jonathan Ho, Stefano Ermon. [ (generati) 24.98420 (v) 14.98280 (e) -315.99100 (models\054) -333.00900 (obtain) -316.00100 (limited) -315.98400 (impact) -316.00400 (from) -316.99600 (deep) -315.98400 (learn\055) ] TJ /R37 82 0 R >> >> PyTorch implementation of the CVPR 2020 paper "A U-Net Based Discriminator for Generative Adversarial Networks". /R10 11.95520 Tf >> n [ (vised) -316.00600 (learning) -316.98900 (tasks\056) -508.99100 (Unl) 0.99493 (ik) 10.00810 (e) -317.01100 (other) -316.01600 (deep) -315.98600 (generati) 24.98600 (v) 14.98280 (e) -317.01100 (models) ] TJ /R58 98 0 R T* /CA 1 q /x12 20 0 R /R18 59 0 R As shown by the right part of Figure 2, NaGAN consists of a classifier and a discriminator. 1 0 0 1 0 0 cm >> [ (ation\054) -252.99500 (the) -251.99000 (quality) -252.00500 (of) -251.99500 (generated) -251.99700 (images) -252.01700 (by) -251.98700 (GANs) -251.98200 (is) -251.98200 (still) -252.00200 (lim\055) ] TJ [ (tor) -269.98400 (aims) -270.01100 (to) -271.00100 (distinguish) -270.00600 (between) -269.98900 (real) -270 (samples) -270.00400 (and) -271.00900 (generated) ] TJ /a0 << ET Q 11.95510 -17.51720 Td /F2 43 0 R /R7 32 0 R >> 0.50000 0.50000 0.50000 rg [ (Figure) -322 (1\050b\051) -321.98300 (sho) 24.99340 (ws\054) -338.99000 (when) -322.01500 (we) -321.98500 (use) -322.02000 (the) -320.99500 (f) 9.99343 (ak) 9.99833 (e) -321.99000 (samples) -321.99500 (\050in) -322.01500 (ma\055) ] TJ /ca 1 /Group 75 0 R � 0�� We evaluate the perfor- mance of the network by leveraging a closely related task - cross-modal match-ing. Download PDF Abstract: Previous works (Donahue et al., 2018a; Engel et al., 2019a) have found that generating coherent raw audio waveforms … /ExtGState << endobj >> We propose a novel, two-stage pipeline for generating synthetic medical images from a pair of generative adversarial networks, tested in practice on retinal fundi images. 10.80000 TL Generative adversarial networks (GANs) [13] have emerged as a popular technique for learning generative mod-els for intractable distributions in an unsupervised manner. ET Abstract: The Super-Resolution Generative Adversarial Network (SRGAN) is a seminal work that is capable of generating realistic textures during single image super-resolution. 11.95510 -19.75900 Td 9 0 obj Our method takes unpaired photos and cartoon images for training, which is easy to use. q x�+��O4PH/VЯ0�Pp�� [ (which) -265 (adopt) -264.99700 (the) -265.00700 (least) -263.98300 (squares) -265.00500 (loss) -264.99000 (function) -264.99000 (for) -265.01500 (the) -265.00500 (discrim\055) ] TJ [ (still) -321.01000 (f) 9.99588 (ar) -319.99300 (from) -320.99500 (the) -320.99800 (real) -321.01000 (data) -319.98100 (and) -321 (we) -321.00500 (w) 10.00320 (ant) -320.99500 (to) -320.01500 (pull) -320.98100 (them) -320.98600 (close) ] TJ In this work, we propose a method to generate synthetic abnormal MRI images with brain tumors by training a generative adversarial network using two publicly available data sets of brain MRI. /R18 59 0 R ��b�];�1�����5Y��y�R� {7QL.��\:Rv��/x�9�l�+�L��7�h%1!�}��i/�A��I(���kz"U��&,YO�! /MediaBox [ 0 0 612 792 ] /R16 9.96260 Tf -137.17000 -11.85590 Td /R73 127 0 R endstream [ <0263756c7479> -361.00300 (of) -360.01600 (intractable) -360.98100 (inference\054) -388.01900 (which) -360.98400 (in) -360.00900 (turn) -360.98400 (restricts) -361.01800 (the) ] TJ 11.95510 TL endobj If nothing happens, download the GitHub extension for Visual Studio and try again. 19.67620 -4.33906 Td (Abstract) Tj The paper and supplementary can be found here. /R56 105 0 R /Font << If nothing happens, download GitHub Desktop and try again. � 0�� /R142 206 0 R /Font << [ (ha) 19.99670 (v) 14.98280 (e) -496 (demonstrated) -497.01800 (impressi) 25.01050 (v) 14.98280 (e) -496 (performance) -495.99600 (for) -497.01500 (unsuper) 20.01630 (\055) ] TJ << Abstract

Consider learning a policy from example expert behavior, without interaction with the expert … /Rotate 0 Please cite this paper if you use the code in this repository as part of a published research project. endstream A generative adversarial network, or GAN, is a deep neural network framework which is able to learn from a set of training data and generate new data with the same characteristics as the training data. /R8 55 0 R We use optional third-party analytics cookies to understand how you use GitHub.com so we can build better products. /XObject << Generative Adversarial Nets. 11.95510 TL << /ProcSet [ /ImageC /Text /PDF /ImageI /ImageB ] We propose Graphical Generative Adversarial Networks (Graphical-GAN) to model structured data. 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This is actually a neural network that incorporates data from preparation and uses current data and information to produce entirely new data. /Resources << Paper where method was first introduced: Method category (e.g. /Resources 19 0 R GANs have made steady progress in unconditional image generation (Gulrajani et al., 2017; Karras et al., 2017, 2018), image-to-image translation (Isola et al., 2017; Zhu et al., 2017; Wang et al., 2018b) and video-to-video synthesis (Chan et al., 2018; Wang … Activation Functions): If no match, add ... Training generative adversarial networks (GAN) using too little data typically leads to discriminator overfitting, causing training to diverge. /Rotate 0 /Filter /FlateDecode /F1 227 0 R >> 11.95590 TL /R36 67 0 R [ (In) -287.00800 (spite) -288.00800 (of) -287.00800 (the) -287.00400 (great) -287.01100 (progress) -288.01600 (for) -287.01100 (GANs) -286.99600 (in) -287.00100 (image) -288.01600 (gener) 19.99670 (\055) ] TJ First, LSGANs are able to >> endobj To overcome such a prob- lem, we propose in this paper the Least Squares Genera- tive Adversarial Networks (LSGANs) which adopt the least squares loss function for the discriminator. /R10 39 0 R framework based on generative adversarial networks (GANs). /R35 70 0 R CartoonGAN: Generative Adversarial Networks for Photo Cartoonization CVPR 2018 • Yang Chen • Yu-Kun Lai • Yong-Jin Liu In this paper, we propose a solution to transforming photos of real-world scenes into cartoon style images, which is valuable and challenging in computer vision and computer graphics. /ExtGState << >> /R7 32 0 R ️ [Energy-based generative adversarial network] (Lecun paper) ️ [Improved Techniques for Training GANs] (Goodfellow's paper) ️ [Mode Regularized Generative Adversarial Networks] (Yoshua Bengio , ICLR 2017) ️ [Improving Generative Adversarial Networks with Denoising Feature Matching] x�+��O4PH/VЯ02Qp�� /Group << We use 3D fully convolutional networks to form the generator, which can better model the 3D spatial information and thus could solve the … Existing methods that bring generative adversarial networks (GANs) into the sequential setting do not adequately attend to the temporal correlations unique to time-series data. >> /CA 1 >> [ (models) -226.00900 (f) 9.99588 (ace) -224.99400 (the) -225.99400 (dif) 24.98600 <0263756c7479> -226.00600 (of) -225.02100 (intractable) -225.98200 (functions) -224.98700 (or) -226.00100 (the) -225.99200 (dif\055) ] TJ /Title (Least Squares Generative Adversarial Networks) endobj 48.40600 786.42200 515.18800 -52.69900 re We use 3D fully convolutional networks to form the … >> /Resources << /F1 198 0 R 23 Apr 2018 • Pierre-Luc Dallaire-Demers • Nathan Killoran. 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