Feb. 8, 2024, 5:47 a.m. | Sidra Aleem Julia Dietlmeier Eric Arazo Suzanne Little

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Existing domain adaptation (DA) methods often involve pre-training on the source domain and fine-tuning on the target domain. For multi-target domain adaptation, having a dedicated/separate fine-tuned network for each target domain, that retain all the pre-trained model parameters, is prohibitively expensive. To address this limitation, we propose Convolutional Low-Rank Adaptation (ConvLoRA). ConvLoRA freezes pre-trained model weights, adds trainable low-rank decomposition matrices to convolutional layers, and backpropagates the gradient through these matrices thus greatly reducing the number of trainable parameters. To …


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