kandi X-RAY | iGAN Summary
kandi X-RAY | iGAN Summary
iGAN (aka. interactive GAN) is the author's implementation of interactive image generation interface described in: "Generative Visual Manipulation on the Natural Image Manifold" Jun-Yan Zhu, Philipp Krähenbühl, Eli Shechtman, Alexei A. Efros In European Conference on Computer Vision (ECCV) 2016.
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- Draw the image
- Get an image
- Shadow image
- Draws a painter
- Define the inverse of the model
- Calculate thehog function
- Test for discretization
- Batch norm norm
- Main function
- Compute the inverse of the optimization
- Wrapper function for inference
- Multi - layer batchnorm
- Parse the command line arguments
- Predict batchnorm
- Mouse press event
- Mouse release event handler
- Predict the input tensor
- Discrete discriminator
- Generate random samples
- Compute reconstruction loss on test images
- Loads the model parameters
- Calculate the inverse of the optimization
- Update the message text
- Load images
- Reimplement Qt method
- Update the image
- Generate batchnorm
iGAN Key Features
iGAN Examples and Code Snippets
bash ./datasets/download_pix2pix_dataset.sh dataset_name
python datasets/combine_A_and_B.py --fold_A /path/to/data/A --fold_B /path/to/data/B --fold_AB /path/to/data
Trending Discussions on iGAN
I just updated to
Visual Studio 2017 v15.3 and
Core 2.0 SDK.
I'm working with Igans Sakalauskas'
Net Core Knockout project, it was built with
Core 1.1 in VS 2017.
EnableDefaultContentItemsto the default of true and removed the
Content Include statements from the
.csproj file in the
He is using
nlog and there is a
nlog.config in the root of the project. The project builds successfully but throws a
file not found error when ran. It is looking for the
nlog.config in the
WebApplication1.Web\bin\Debug\netcoreapp1.1 folder. If I manually copy the file the project runs and all the tests pass.
What I cannot get to work is for VS to copy the
nlog.config when the project builds.
If I add...
ANSWERAnswered 2017-Sep-27 at 23:25
This is nothing to do with duplicate content items.
Revert to the recommended approach to handling duplicate content errors in Visual Studio 2017; this is what you started with:
I've left EnableDefaultContentItems to the default of true and removed the Content Include statements from the .csproj file in the WebApplication1.Web project.
Now add this to your .csproj file:
No vulnerabilities reported
Download the code from GitHub:
Download the model. (See Model Zoo for details):
Run the python script:
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