Improving the Evaluation of Generative Models with Fuzzy Logic

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Authors Niedermeier, Julian, Gonçalo Mordido, and Christoph Meinel
Journal/Conference Name arXiv preprint
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Paper Abstract Objective and interpretable metrics to evaluate current artificial intelligent systems are of great importance, not only to analyze the current state of such systems but also to objectively measure progress in the future. In this work, we focus on the evaluation of image generation tasks. We propose a novel approach, called Fuzzy Topology Impact (FTI), that determines both the quality and diversity of an image set using topology representations combined with fuzzy logic. When compared to current evaluation methods, FTI shows better and more stable performance on multiple experiments evaluating the sensitivity to noise, mode dropping and mode inventing.
Date of publication 2020
Code Programming Language Python / Shell
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