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Parameter and Computation Efficient Transfer Learning for Vision-Language Pre-trained Models

Sep 06, 2023
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Approximated Prompt Tuning for Vision-Language Pre-trained Models

Jun 27, 2023
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Adapting Pre-trained Language Models to Vision-Language Tasks via Dynamic Visual Prompting

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Jun 01, 2023
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What Goes beyond Multi-modal Fusion in One-stage Referring Expression Comprehension: An Empirical Study

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Apr 17, 2022
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