Competitive Collaboration is a generic framework in which networks learn to collaborate and compete, thereby achieving specific goals. Competitive Collaboration is a three player game consisting of two players competing for a resource that is regulated by a third player, moderator. This framework is similar in spirit to expectation-maximization (EM) but is formulated for neural network training.
|Author(s):||Anurag Ranjan and Varun Jampani and Lukas Balles and Kihwan Kim and Deqing Sun and Jonas Wulff and Michael J. Black|
Competitive Collaboration: Joint Unsupervised Learning of Depth, Camera Motion, Optical Flow and Motion Segmentation
|Authors:||Anurag Ranjan and Varun Jampani and Lukas Balles and Kihwan Kim and Deqing Sun and Jonas Wulff and Michael J. Black|
|License:||The MIT License (MIT)|