Chapter 7. Cross-Domain GANs

In computer vision, computer graphics, and image processing a number of tasks involve translating an image from one form to another. As an example, colorization of grayscale images, converting satellite images to maps, changing the artwork style of one artist to another, making night-time images into daytime, and summer photos to winter, are just a few examples. These tasks are referred to as cross-domain transfer and will be the focus of this chapter. An image in the source domain is transferred to a target domain resulting in a new translated image.

A cross-domain transfer has a number of practical applications in the real world. As an example, in autonomous driving research, collecting road scene driving data is ...

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