Composable Unpaired Image to Image Translation

16 Apr 2018  ·  Laura Graesser, Anant Gupta ·

There has been remarkable recent work in unpaired image-to-image translation. However, they're restricted to translation on single pairs of distributions, with some exceptions. In this study, we extend one of these works to a scalable multidistribution translation mechanism. Our translation models not only converts from one distribution to another but can be stacked to create composite translation functions. We show that this composite property makes it possible to generate images with characteristics not seen in the training set. We also propose a decoupled training mechanism to train multiple distributions separately, which we show, generates better samples than isolated joint training. Further, we do a qualitative and quantitative analysis to assess the plausibility of the samples. The code is made available at

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