Generalised Implicit Neural Representations

@article{Grattarola2022GeneralisedIN,
  title={Generalised Implicit Neural Representations},
  author={Daniele Grattarola and Pierre Vandergheynst},
  journal={ArXiv},
  year={2022},
  volume={abs/2205.15674}
}
We consider the problem of learning implicit neural representations (INRs) for signals on non-Euclidean domains. In the Euclidean case, INRs are trained on a discrete sampling of a signal over a regular lattice. Here, we assume that the continuous signal exists on some unknown topological space from which we sample a discrete graph. In the absence of a coordinate system to identify the sampled nodes, we propose approximating their location with a spectral embedding of the graph. This allows us… 

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