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I just found the answer myself. In this paper: Lyle Ramshaw, Robert E. Tarjan (2012). "On minimum-cost assignments in unbalanced bipartite graphs‏". Technical reports, HP research labs. in section 5, the authors show that the Hopcroft-Karp algorithm in fact solves the following problem: given an integer $s$, find matchings with $1,\ldots,s$ edges. The ...


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I would expect most of the works use Generative Adversarial Networks (GANs) for this because they are powerful generative models capable of learning the complex underlying probability distribution. In this amazing work the authors used a Conditional GAN, in which they can generate an image conditioned on semantic segmentation map. In your case, you might ...


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"Best algorithm" is a fuzzy term. The algorithm which is best for some particular case can very well be absolutely worst for another, similar problem. Problems differ in details (and not-so-details), in size, in available resources, sometimes an exact solution is essential, other times a rough approximation is good enough. And there are literally thousands ...


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In "Extensions of some theorems of Gödel and Church" it's shown by Barkley Rosser that these sets are exactly the recursive sets: Corollary I. If a class can be enumerated (allowing repetitions) by a general recursive function, it can be enumerated (allowing repetitions) by a primitive recursive function. Note that the crux here is repetitions. Since you ...


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