discriminator


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Synonyms for discriminator

a person who (or that which) differentiates

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The images that are accepted by the 'discriminator' are drawn onto a canvas and pieced with other small images created by the program.
The resolution of the generated images is enhanced using upscaling algorithms that infer a high definition version of the image and is then printed on canvas with an inkjet printer, framed and signed with a math formula showing the reaction between generator and discriminator.
CDR: With respect to Canada's fighter replacement project, what discriminators do you feel should be used in their procurement?
In the aforementioned object tracking example, we may empirically measure trajectories of falling objects and fit the tracking system to produce outputs that cannot be distinguished from real trajectories by the auxiliary discriminator. In the process, the discriminator effectively learns the physical laws that govern falling objects and imposes them upon the tracking system.
The second, known as the discriminator, is asked to identify whether the example it sees is like the images it has been trained on or a fake produced by the generator--basically, is that three-armed person likely to be real?
The architecture includes two subnetworks, i.e., generator network and discriminator network.
The loop gain could be adaptively adjusted according to the frequency discriminator outputs.
The basic idea of GAN is to adversarially train two different models, a generator and a discriminator. The generator aims to generate fake samples similar to real samples from random noise variables.
As the SSAC members transferred sticky notes from Board 1 to Board 2, they discussed the relative importance of each discriminator and placed it in the agreed-to order of importance on the continuum.
If I see someone who has taken an internship, whether it is in my agency, another agency, or outside of that agency, just anywhere, I look for that as a positive discriminator."
In the proposed joint VPLL, we add a vector phase lock loop in addition to the conventional PLLs dedicated to individual channels as shown in Figure 1.The vector loop uses the outputs of all channels discriminator as measurements to estimate the position and clock bias prediction error in the EKF block.
In this case, the two neural networks are the generator, which, as the name suggests, generates realistic images, and the discriminator, whose function is to distinguish between generated and real images.
Frustratingly, the market has proved a pretty fair discriminator of where the risks and safe havens lie, the latter having held up well.
Taking a cue from GINA, this Article then explores how privacy law might create an added level of protection against discrimination in contexts beyond genetic information when the potential discriminator does not have access to the relevant information.