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This is the implementation of paper Deep Exemplar-based Colorization by Mingming He*, Dongdong Chen*, Jing Liao, Pedro V. Sander and Lu Yuan in ACM Transactions on Graphics (SIGGRAPH 2018) (*indicates equal contribution). Deep Exemplar-based Colorization is the first deep learning approach for exemplar-based local colorization. Given a reference color image, our convolutional neural network directly maps a grayscale image to an output colorized image.



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