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Co-Transport for Class-Incremental Learning

  title={Co-Transport for Class-Incremental Learning},
  author={Da-Wei Zhou and Han-Jia Ye and De-Chuan Zhan},
Traditional learning systems are trained in closed-world for a fixed number of classes, and need pre-collected datasets in advance. However, new classes often emerge in real-world applications and should be learned incrementally. For example, in electronic commerce, new types of products appear daily, and in a social media community, new topics emerge frequently. Under such circumstances, incremental models should learn several new classes at a time without forgetting. We find a strong… Expand

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