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The Six Fronts of the Generative Adversarial Networks

by   Alceu Bissoto, et al.

Generative Adversarial Networks fostered a newfound interest in generative models, resulting in a swelling wave of new works that new-coming researchers may find formidable to surf. In this paper, we intend to help those researchers, by splitting that incoming wave into six "fronts": Architectural Contributions, Conditional Techniques, Normalization and Constraint Contributions, Loss Functions, Image-to-image Translations, and Validation Metrics. The division in fronts organizes literature into approachable blocks, ultimately communicating to the reader how the area is evolving. Previous surveys in the area, which this works also tabulates, focus on a few of those fronts, leaving a gap that we propose to fill with a more integrated, comprehensive overview. Here, instead of an exhaustive survey, we opt for a straightforward review: our target is to be an entry point to this vast literature, and also to be able to update experienced researchers to the newest techniques.


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