Learning-via-Translation - Image-Image Domain Adaptation with Preserved Self-Similarity and Domain-Dissimilarity for Person Re-identification (https://arxiv

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The first step is to translate the annotated dataset from source domain to target domain in an unsupervised manner. For more reference, you can find our modified training code and generating code in ./SPGAN. We wrote a detailed README. If you still has some question, feel free to contact me (dengwj16@gmail.com).

https://github.com/Simon4Yan/Learning-via-Translation

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