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Pose Randomization for Weakly Paired Image Style Translation

@article{Chen2020PoseRF,
  title={Pose Randomization for Weakly Paired Image Style Translation},
  author={Zexi Chen and Jiaxin Guo and Xuecheng Xu and Yunkai Wang and Yue Wang and Rong Xiong},
  journal={ArXiv},
  year={2020},
  volume={abs/2011.00301}
}
Utilizing the trained model under different conditions without data annotation is attractive for robot applications. Towards this goal, one class of methods is to translate the image style from the training environment to the current one. Conventional studies on image style translation mainly focus on two settings: paired data on images from two domains with exactly aligned content, and unpaired data, with independent content. In this paper, we would like to propose a new setting, where the… 
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