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DreamBooth: Fine Tuning Text-to-Image Diffusion Models for Subject-Driven Generation
Nataniel Ruiz, Yuanzhen Li, Varun Jampani, Yael Pritch, Michael Rubinstein, Kfir Aberman
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Text-to-Image Diffusion Models
for Subject-Driven Generation] --> B[Dreambooth: Fine-tuning diffusion models
for subject-driven generation. 1] A --> C[Subject-driven generation: Generating subject
images in different contexts. 2] C --> D[Recontextualization: Generating subject images
in unseen contexts. 3] C --> E[Artistic renditions: Creating subject
images in artistic styles. 4] C --> F[Property modification: Generating subject-object
or species hybrids. 5] C --> G[Accessorization: Dressing up subject
in costumes or accessories. 6] C --> H[Comic generation: Creating comics
with consistent character. 7] A --> I[Subject fidelity evaluation: Assessing
generated image-subject similarity. 8] A --> J[Dreambooth dataset: Largest subject-driven
generation dataset. 9] A --> K[Textual Inversion: Encodes concepts
into text embeddings. 10] A --> L[User studies: Compare Dreambooth
and Textual Inversion. 11] I --> M[CLIP image similarity: Evaluates
subject fidelity. 12] I --> N[DINO cosine similarity: Outperforms
CLIP for fidelity. 13] B --> O[Dreambooth on Imagen: Best
fidelity and prompt results. 14] B --> P[Dreambooth on Stable Diffusion:
Close second in performance. 15] C --> Q[AI selfies: Generating self-portraits
with modifications. 16] B --> R[Rare identifier: Denotes subject
during fine-tuning. 17] B --> S[Prior preservation loss: Prevents
language drift. 18] B --> T[Super-resolution module fine-tuning:
Captures subject details. 19] B --> U[Language drift: Model forgets
word meaning. 20] A --> V[Dreambooth prompts: Guide image
generation. 21] B --> W[Dreambooth model size: Larger
than Textual Inversion. 22] A --> X[Community enthusiasm: Inspired new
explorations and applications. 23] C --> Y[Photo-realistic portrait generation:
High-quality early results. 24] B --> Z[Unconstrained input images: Works
with small set. 25] B --> AA[Diffusion denoising loss: Used
for fine-tuning. 26] B --> AB[Early stopping: Conserves prior,
allows semantic modification. 27] B --> AC[Cascaded diffusion models: Fine-tuning
captures details. 28] I --> AD[Evaluation challenges: Subject fidelity
is hard, unsolved. 29] A --> AE[Dreambooth impact: Surprised authors
with community response. 30] class A,B,R,S,T,U,W,Z,AA,AB,AC dreambooth class C,D,E,F,G,H,Q,Y generation class I,M,N,AD evaluation class J,K,L,V,X community class O,P architecture


1.- Dreambooth: Fine-tuning text-to-image diffusion models for subject-driven generation using a small set of subject images.

2.- Subject-driven generation: Generating new images of a unique subject in different contexts while preserving subject details.

3.- Recontextualization: Generating images of a subject in unseen contexts and locations.

4.- Artistic renditions: Creating images of a subject in different artistic styles.

5.- Property modification: Generating hybrids between the subject and other objects or species.

6.- Accessorization: Dressing up a subject in different costumes or accessories.

7.- Comic generation: Creating comics with a consistent character generated by a diffusion model.

8.- Subject fidelity evaluation: Assessing the similarity of generated images to the original subject while ignoring distractors.

9.- Dreambooth dataset: The largest dataset for subject-driven generation, containing 30 subjects with variations in pose, articulation, and lighting.

10.- Textual Inversion: Concurrent work that encodes concepts into text embeddings using few-shot optimization.

11.- User studies: Conducted to compare Dreambooth and Textual Inversion for subject and prompt fidelity.

12.- CLIP image similarity: Cosine similarity between CLIP embeddings of images, used for evaluating subject fidelity.

13.- DINO cosine similarity: An alternative metric for evaluating subject fidelity, performing better than CLIP similarity.

14.- Dreambooth on Imagen: Achieves the best results for both subject fidelity and prompt fidelity.

15.- Dreambooth on Stable Diffusion: A close second place in performance.

16.- AI selfies: Generating self-portraits with semantic and stylistic modifications using Dreambooth.

17.- Rare identifier: A unique identifier used to denote the subject during fine-tuning.

18.- Prior preservation loss: Prevents language drift by concurrently fine-tuning the model with generated images of the subject's class.

19.- Super-resolution module fine-tuning: Helps capture subject details in modern diffusion model architectures.

20.- Language drift: A phenomenon where the model forgets the meaning of a word and attaches it to a specific subject.

21.- Dreambooth prompts: A set of 25 prompts provided with the dataset to guide image generation.

22.- Dreambooth model size: Larger than Textual Inversion embeddings but allows for capturing fine-grained subject details.

23.- Community enthusiasm: Dreambooth inspired new explorations and applications pursued by the community.

24.- Photo-realistic portrait generation: Dreambooth allowed for generating high-quality photo-realistic images of people early on.

25.- Unconstrained input images: Dreambooth can work with a small set of unconstrained subject images.

26.- Diffusion denoising loss: Used for fine-tuning the pre-trained text-to-image model.

27.- Early stopping: Helps conserve the model prior and allows for semantic modification using text prompts.

28.- Cascaded diffusion models: Fine-tuning super-resolution modules in cascaded architectures helps capture subject details.

29.- Evaluation challenges: Evaluating subject fidelity is a hard and unsolved problem.

30.- Dreambooth impact: The method surprised and humbled the authors with the community's creativity and response.

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