Meta Internal Learning

This repository is the official implementation of Meta Internal Learning by Raphael Bensadoun, Shir Gur, Tomer Galanti, Lior Wolf.

Project | arXiv | Code


To install requirements:

pip install -r requirements.txt

Training on a dataset

  1. Create a folder X containing the images. (see structure in data folder)
  2. Determine how many iterations Y to train by scale (depends mostly on the size of the dataset, you may refer to the appendix for reference).
  3. Run

python --image-path X --batch-size 16 --visualize --niter Y --min-size 25 --checkname X_result --SAVE-MODEL --SAVE-IMGS

Generated images, tensorboard logs and trained models are stored in MetaInternalLearning/run/X_result.

The default input format is jpg. Use ‘–file-suffix png’ for .png files.

Examples from paper –

Places-50 –

python --image-path data/places_50 --batch-size 16 --visualize --niter 4000  --min-size 28 --checkname places_50_result --SAVE-MODEL --SAVE-IMGS


python --image-path data/lsun_50 --batch-size 16 --visualize --niter 5000  --checkname lsun_50_result --SAVE-MODEL --SAVE-IMGS

Valley dataset can be downloaded here – (256×256 small images) and can be divided into subsets as mentioned in the paper.

V500 –

python --image-path data/V500 --batch-size 16 --visualize --niter 25000 --min-size 25 --checkname v500_result --ar 1 --SAVE-MODEL 

V2500 –

python --image-path data/V2500 --batch-size 16 --niter 100000 --rec-weight 50 --min-size 25 --checkname v2500_result --ar 1 --SAVE-MODEL 

V5000 –

python --image-path data/V5000 --batch-size 16 --niter 150000 --rec-weight 50 --min-size 25 --checkname v5000_result --ar 1 --SAVE-MODEL 


Coming soon!


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