March 14, 2024, 4:43 a.m. | Dominik Klein, Th\'eo Uscidda, Fabian Theis, Marco Cuturi

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arXiv:2310.09254v3 Announce Type: replace-cross
Abstract: Optimal transport (OT) theory has reshaped the field of generative modeling: Combined with neural networks, recent \textit{Neural OT} (N-OT) solvers use OT as an inductive bias, to focus on ``thrifty'' mappings that minimize average displacement costs. This core principle has fueled the successful application of N-OT solvers to high-stakes scientific challenges, notably single-cell genomics. N-OT solvers are, however, increasingly confronted with practical challenges: while most N-OT solvers can handle squared-Euclidean costs, they must be repurposed …

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