Corpus ID: 195833057

Fast Universal Style Transfer for Artistic and Photorealistic Rendering

  title={Fast Universal Style Transfer for Artistic and Photorealistic Rendering},
  author={J. An and Haoyi Xiong and Jiebo Luo and Jun Huan and Jinwen Ma},
  • J. An, Haoyi Xiong, +2 authors Jinwen Ma
  • Published 2019
  • Computer Science, Engineering
  • ArXiv
  • Universal style transfer is an image editing task that renders an input content image using the visual style of arbitrary reference images, including both artistic and photorealistic stylization. [...] Key Method To this end, we propose two network architectures named ArtNet and PhotoNet to improve artistic and photo-realistic stylization, respectively. Extensive experiments demonstrate that ArtNet generates images with fewer artifacts and distortions against the state-of-the-art artistic transfer algorithms…Expand Abstract
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