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Summary and Contributions: This paper tackles automated data augmentation by first identifying the problem of policy search on proxy task, a standard practice in the field. It then propose a reduced search space to find good data augmentation strategies. The resultant search space is simple enough for grid search yet still yield competitive performance compared to other automated data augmentation methods.
Search results for autodata (2)
Summary and Contributions: This paper proposes an efficient method to search for data augmentation policies. It conducts a simple grid search on a vastly reduced search space. The experimental results show the competitive performances with some previous work on multiple tasks.
Strengths: 1. This work empirically studies the relationship between the optimal strength of data augmentation and the model size/training set size. The observation indicates that proxy-task-based search methods may be sub-optimal for learning and transferring augmentation policies.2. This work designs a small policy search space. It significantly reduces the computation cost, getting rid of a separate expensive search phase and proxy tasks.3. Experimental results are shown for CIFAR-10/100, SVHN, ImageNet, and COCO datasets. This method achieves equal or better performance over some previous methods.
Weaknesses: The mothod of this paper are not so complecate. The author made the point clear that their work decovers the power of the random augmentation. However, some how I think some conventional augmentation procedure doesn't seems entirely another category. Personaly, I would like to see more inovention in this work.2. This work uses a much smaller search space than much previous work, resulting in fixed searched policies. However, PBA  points out that an augmentation function that can reduce generalization error at the end of training is not necessarily a good function at initial phases. So the end goal of PBA is to learn a schedule of augmentation policies as opposed to a fixed policy. Besides, previous works [3,4] also replaces the fixed augmentation policy with a dynamic schedule of augmentation policy along with the training process, and achieves better performance than this paper with competitive computational costs. All of these may indicate the limitations of the fixed policies.Reference: Cubuk, Ekin D., et al. "Autoaugment: Learning augmentation strategies from data." Proceedings of the IEEE conference on computer vision and pattern recognition. 2019. Ho, Daniel, et al. "Population based augmentation: Efficient learning of augmentation policy schedules." International Conference on Machine Learning. 2019. Zhang, Xinyu, et al. "Adversarial autoaugment."International Conference on Learning Representations . 2020. Lin, Chen, et al."Online hyper-parameter learning for auto-augmentation strategy" Proceedings of the IEEE International Conference on Computer Vision. 2019.
Summary and Contributions: The author proposed a novel automated data augmentation method named "RandAugment". It designed a vastly smaller search space than the previous works, thus reducing the computation expense. Moreover, in the proposed search space, the author used a random search strategy that achieved some promising results on classification and object detection tasks in automated data augmentation. I have read the rebuttal and would keep the score.
Strengths: 1. Comparing to previous works, the proposed method could reduce the search space from 10^32 to only 100. Moreover, the proposed work is easy to implement thanks to the random search or grid search. 2. The ablation experiments seems ok and adequately designed. It's interesting that posterize has a negative impact on these datasets and rotate\shear\translate are the most effective transformation which is consistent with common sense.3. The experiments verify that the proxy task may provide sub-optimal results and the proposed method could be directly used on large datasets. Furthermore, RandAugment is largely insensitive to the selection of transformations for different datasets. 4. Paper is well written and easy to understand.
Weaknesses: 1. Although experimental results show the effect of the proposed method, the contribution of this work may be incremental. The idea of this paper seems to come from the paper "EVALUATING THE SEARCH PHASE OF NEURAL ARCHITECTURE SEARCH" that random search performs better than elaborate search strategies. Could you highlight your main contributions and the differerence with it, as well as why such differences make sense?2. It's encouraged to give the details of the search space of previous works like AA, Fast AA, and PBA.3. It would be better to place the time cost in the other tables of experiments like in Table 1.
Summary and Contributions: This work proposes a simple and small space to reduce the cost of augmentation search. It samples N transformation operations from the pool, and set a scale M of distortion parameters for all sampled operations. This method leads to significant improvement on multiple tasks like image classification and object detection at minor cost.
Strengths: The paper proposes an extremely simple search space, yet the empirical improvements are significant. It conducts comprehensive empirical experiments with well described training details.
Weaknesses: - Although the empirical study shows good results, the novalty of this paper is limited.- The paper claims a simple grid search is sufficient to get a good result. However a random search might give better result at the same cost, because the optimal parameter may not be included in the grid.- The advantage of this method is obvious when the pool of all transforms is large. Still it is unclear to see whether it is still outstanding when the number of transformation is small. Not all scenarios have a list of 14 augmentations, thus such ablation study is important.
Additional Feedback: - Conduct experiment with random search instead of the grid search, and compare the results. Faster convergence and more robust performance is expected from random search given a large pool of augmentations.- Conduct experiment with a smaller pool of transformation candidates and compare with the baselines. It is possible that other augmentation searching algorithms may be comparable or even superior since they might have better results in a reasonable amout of time given a small pool to search from.Update after Rebuttal:I've read the feedback and other reviews. The feedback on novelty is not persuasive enough to me. The statement "...many new semi-supervised and self-supervised papers utilize this method to achieve SOTA..." is more on the side of useful-ness but not the novelty. On the other hand, it is still clear to see that the method brings improvement. Therefore, I'd like to keep my score.
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