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Generating Correct Answers for Progressive Matrices Intelligence Tests

  title={Generating Correct Answers for Progressive Matrices Intelligence Tests},
  author={Niv Pekar and Yaniv Benny and Lior Wolf},
Raven's Progressive Matrices are multiple-choice intelligence tests, where one tries to complete the missing location in a $3\times 3$ grid of abstract images. Previous attempts to address this test have focused solely on selecting the right answer out of the multiple choices. In this work, we focus, instead, on generating a correct answer given the grid, without seeing the choices, which is a harder task, by definition. The proposed neural model combines multiple advances in generative models… 
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