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Result has huge difference

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Hi, The result of my code has huge difference with yours. At the epoch 99, my result is:

Source Accuracy: 9839/10000 (98.0000%)
Target Accuracy: 5958/9001 (66.0000%)
Domain Accuracy: 10646/19001 (56.0000%)

May I ask how much epoch did you run to get that result please? Thank you in advance.

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  • State:open
  • Created 5 years ago
  • Comments:27 (20 by maintainers)

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CuthbertCaicommented, Aug 24, 2018

@omg777 The original version means the first version I pushed, instead of the caffe implemented version. In fact, I don’t know why the embedding are not mixed well while the accuracy is high. I guess there exists some problems during t-sne process, but I’m not sure of it. If you founded the reason, please tell me. Thanks a lot.

tengeryecommented, Nov 18, 2018

@CuthbertCai @AshwinAKannan @omg777 I finished experiments: the batchnorm does not affect the final performance but only embedding graph. I commited a new pull request.

FYI, both of them at epoch 90, with batchnorm: embedding_90

without batchnorm: embedding_90

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