[Re] Latent Embedding Feedback and Discriminative Featuresfor Zero-Shot Classification (Under Review)


Zero-shot learning (ZSL) is a challenging vision task that involves classifying images into new ‘unseen’ categories at test time, without having been provided any corresponding visual example during training. Most recent work in ZSL and GZSL recognition are based on Generative Adversarial Networks (GANs), where a generative model is learned using the seen class feature instances and the corresponding class-specific semantic embeddings. Feature instances of the unseen categories, whose real features are unavailable during training, are then synthesized using the trained GAN and used along with the real feature instances from the seen categories to train zero-shot classifiers in a fully-supervised setting. In this reproducibility report, we study the proposed work by Narayan et al. [2020] in detail, which consists of implementing the architecture described in the paper, running experiments, reporting the important details about certain issues encountered during reproducing, and comparing the obtained results with the ones reported in the original paper. We report our numbers on seen accuracy, unseen accuracy and Harmonic mean.

ML Reproducibility Challenge 2021 Spring Edition