Computational Decomposition of Style for Controllable and Enhanced Style Transfer

@inproceedings{Li2019ComputationalDO,
  title={Computational Decomposition of Style for Controllable and Enhanced Style Transfer},
  author={Minchao Li and Shikui Tu and Lei Xu},
  booktitle={IScIDE},
  year={2019}
}
  • Minchao Li, Shikui Tu, Lei Xu
  • Published in IScIDE 2019
  • Computer Science
  • Neural style transfer has been demonstrated to be powerful in creating artistic image with help of Convolutional Neural Networks (CNN). However, there is still lack of computational analysis of perceptual components of the artistic style. Different from some early attempts which studied the style by some pre-processing or post-processing techniques, we investigate the characteristics of the style systematically based on feature map produced by CNN. First, we computationally decompose the style… CONTINUE READING

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