Plug-in Factorization for Latent Representation Disentanglement

05/27/2019 ∙ by Jee Seok Yoon, et al. ∙ 0

In this work, we propose a Factorized Disentangler-Entangler Network (FDEN) that learns to decompose a latent representation into two mutually independent factors, namely, identity and style. Given a latent representation, the proposed framework draws a set of interpretable factors aligned to identity of an observed data and learns to maximize the independency between these factors. Our work introduces an idea for a plug-in method to disentangle latent representations of already learned deep models with no affect to the model. In doing so, it brings the possibilities of extending state-of-the-art models to solve different tasks and also maintain the performance of its original task. Thus, FDEN is naturally applicable to jointly perform multiple tasks such as few-shot learning and image-to-image translation in a single framework. We show the effectiveness of our work in disentangling a latent representation in two parts. First, to evaluate the alignment of factor to an identity, we perform few-shot learning using only the aligned factor. Then, to evaluate the effectiveness of decomposition of latent representation and to show that plugin method does not affect the deep model in its performance, we perform image-to-image style transfer by mixing factors of different images. These evaluations show, qualitatively and quantitatively, that our proposed framework can indeed disentangle a latent representation.

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