wang feiyue: research progress and prospect of generative counter network gan

Posted by millikan at 2020-02-27

Professor Wang Feiyue received his Ph.D. in computer and system engineering from renssellier Institute of Technology (RPI) in 1990. Since 1990, he has successively served as assistant professor, associate professor and Professor, director of robotics and automation laboratory and director of Advanced Research Center for complex systems at the University of Arizona. In 1998, he returned to China as a national Planning Commission's "plan for introducing overseas outstanding talents" and the "hundred talents plan" of the Chinese Academy of Sciences, and in 2011, he was the first national special expert of the "thousand talents plan" in the field of national defense. He used to be deputy director of Institute of automation, Chinese Academy of Sciences. Now he is director of State Key Laboratory of complex system management and control, Institute of automation, Chinese Academy of Sciences, director of military computing experiment and parallel system technology research center, National University of Defense Science and technology, director of China Economic and social security research center, Chinese Academy of Sciences, and President of Qingdao Intelligent Industry Technology Research Institute.

Abstract: the generative adversarial networks (GAN) has become a hot research direction in the field of artificial intelligence. The basic idea of Gan originates from the two person zero sum game of game theory, which is composed of a generator and a discriminator. It is trained by the way of antagonism learning, in order to estimate the potential distribution of data samples and generate new data samples. In the fields of image and visual computing, speech and language processing, information security and so on, GaN has been widely studied and has great application prospects. The main contents of this report include the background of Gan, the theory and implementation model of Gan, the development trend and the work we have done, that is, Gan and parallel intelligence. We think that Gan can deepen the idea of virtual real interaction and interactive integration of parallel intelligence, especially the idea of computing experiment, which provides a very concrete and rich algorithm support for ACP (artificial system, computing experiment, parallel execution) theory.

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