Corpus ID: 204509571

Image Generation and Recognition (Emotions)

@article{Carlsson2019ImageGA,
  title={Image Generation and Recognition (Emotions)},
  author={Hanne Carlsson and Dimitrios Kollias},
  journal={ArXiv},
  year={2019},
  volume={abs/1910.05774}
}
Generative Adversarial Networks (GANs) were proposed in 2014 by Goodfellow et al., and have since been extended into multiple computer vision applications. This report provides a thorough survey of recent GAN research, outlining the various architectures and applications, as well as methods for training GANs and dealing with latent space. This is followed by a discussion of potential areas for future GAN research, including: evaluating GANs, better understanding GANs, and techniques for… Expand

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