Semi-supervised adversarial discriminative domain adaptation

Domain adaptation is a potential method to train a powerful deep neural network across various datasets. More precisely, domain adaptation methods train the model on training data and test that model on a completely separate dataset. The adversarial-based adaptation method became popular among other domain adaptation methods. Relying on the idea of GAN, the adversarial-based domain adaptation tries to minimize the distribution between the training and testing dataset based on the adversarial learning process. We observe that the semi-supervised learning approach can combine with the adversarial-based method to solve the domain adaptation problem. In this paper, we propose an improved adversarial domain adaptation method called Semi-Supervised Adversarial Discriminative Domain Adaptation (SADDA), which can outperform other prior domain adaptation methods. We also show that SADDA has a wide range of applications and illustrate the promise of our method for image classification and sentiment classification problems.

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