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Diffusion Schrödinger Bridge with Applications to Score-Based Generative Modeling

  title={Diffusion Schr{\"o}dinger Bridge with Applications to Score-Based Generative Modeling},
  author={Valentin De Bortoli and James Thornton and Jeremy Heng and A. Doucet},
  booktitle={Neural Information Processing Systems},
The supplementary is organized as follows. We define our notation in Section S2. In Section S3, we prove Theorem 1 and draw links between our approach of SGM and existing works. We recall the classical formulation of IPF, prove Proposition 2 and draw links with autoencoders in Section S4. In Section S5 we present alternative variational formulas for Algorithm 1 and prove Proposition 3. We gather the proofs of our theoretical study of Schrödinger bridges (Proposition 4 and Proposition 5) in… 

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