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[P] Implementation of AAGAN image dehazing network

Hi all, I am currently trying to implement AAGAN paper

I found some inconsistency in the paper.

In Generator we have 5 encoding blocks. As far as I understand they change number of channels in such way: 32 – 64 64- 128 128- 256 256 – 512 512 – 1024

But the residual layers that follow the enBlocks have c512. What should I do with it? I make res layers with c1024 but I don’t know is it correct. Because it seems my network does not work correctly (it stucks at some point and G loss decreases VEERY slowly, while the D converges pretty fast. The dehazed images look better than hazed, but they are noticeably darker than the original ones and they do not remove haze effect completely.

I will share my code today later after fixing some code issues.

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