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Presented by

1. Yufeng Yue

2. Shanzi Wang

3. Yumeng Li

4. Yuyang Bao

5. Yun Shi

6. Wan Feng Cai

7. Ki Beom Lee

8. Qian Xiang


In recent years, Generative Adversarial Networks (GAN) have emerged as a powerful method for learning generative models with real-world data. However, existing GANs (GAN and its variants) is experiencing training problems such as instability and mode collapse. In this paper, a stable GAN training called Evolutionary Generative Adversarial Networks (E-GAN) was proven to improve generative performance. Compared with existing GANs, which employ a pre-defined adversarial objective function alternately training a generator and a discriminator, E-GAN uses different adversarial training objectives as mutation operations and evolves a population of generators to adapt to the environment (i.e., the discriminator). E-GAN also uses an evaluation mechanism to measure the quality and diversity of generated samples, such that only well-performing generator(s) are preserved and used for further training so that E-GAN would be able to overcome the limitations of an individual adversarial training objective and always preserves the best offspring, contributing to progress in and the success of GANs. In a later section of the paper, experiment results on several datasets show that E-GAN achieves convincing generative performance and reduces the training problems inherent in existing GANs.

Related Works

Generative Adversarial Networks (GAN)

Evolutionary Algorithms


Generative Adversarial Networks (GAN)

Evolutionary Algorithms


Minimax Mutation

Heuristic Mutation

Least-squares Mutation