Training GANs with predictive projection centripetal acceleration

10/07/2020 ∙ by Li Keke, et al. ∙ 0

Although remarkable successful in practice, training generative adversarial networks(GANs) is still quite difficult and iteratively prone to cyclic behaviors, as GANs need to solve a non-convex non-concave min-max game using a gradient descent ascent (GDA) method. Motivated by the ideas of simultaneous centripetal acceleration (SCA) and modified predictive methods (MPM), we propose a novel predictive projection centripetal acceleration (PPCA) methods to alleviate the cyclic behaviors. Besides, under suitable assumptions, we show that the difference between the signed vector of partial derivatives at t + 1 and t is orthogonal to the signed vector of partial derivatives at t for GDA, and the last-iterate exponential convergence on the bilinear game. Finally, numerical simulations are conducted by PPCA in GANs setting, and the results illustrate the effectiveness of our approach.



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