Learning to Transfer: Unsupervised Meta Domain Translation.

2019 
Unsupervised domain translation has recently achieved impressive performance with rapidly developed generative adversarial network (GAN) and availability of sufficient training data. However, existing domain translation frameworks form in a disposable way where the learning experiences are ignored. In this work, we take this research direction toward unsupervised meta domain translation problem. We propose a meta translation model called MT-GAN to find parameter initialization of a conditional GAN, which can quickly adapt for a new domain translation task with limited training samples. In the meta-training procedure, MT-GAN is explicitly fine-tuned with a primary translation task and a synthesized dual translation task. Then we design a meta-optimization objective to require the fine-tuned MT-GAN to produce good generalization performance. We demonstrate effectiveness of our model on ten diverse two-domain translation tasks and multiple face identity translation tasks. We show that our proposed approach significantly outperforms the existing domain translation methods when using no more than $10$ training samples in each image domain.
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