Correlated Adversarial Joint Discrepancy Adaptation Network

Youshan Zhang and Brian D. Davison

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Domain adaptation aims to mitigate the domain shift problem when transferring knowledge from one domain into another similar but different domain. However, most existing works rely on extracting marginal features without considering class labels. Moreover, some methods name their model as so-called unsupervised domain adaptation while tuning the parameters using the target domain label. To address these issues, we propose a novel approach called correlated adversarial joint discrepancy adaptation network (CAJNet), which minimizes the joint discrepancy of two domains and achieves competitive performance with tuning parameters using the correlated label. By training the joint features, we can align the marginal and conditional distributions between the two domains. In addition, we introduce a probability-based top-K correlated label (K-label), which is a powerful indicator of the target domain and effective metric to tune parameters to aid predictions. Extensive experiments on benchmark datasets demonstrate significant improvements in classification accuracy over the state of the art.

In Proceedings of the 18th International Conference on Content-Based Multimedia Indexing (CBMI), June 2021. DOI: 10.1109/CBMI50038.2021.9461907

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