GAN C1W4: Can we increase Z space dimension so as to solve entanglement

Since Z space doesn’t have enough dimensions relative to the number of features, can we increase Z space dimension to solve the entanglement?
Thanks for any response.


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Hello garynlfd,
z space entanglement can be defined as the criteria where the modifications of one feature to produce new image, then one or two other features also get altered. This occurs when the features in z space are uncorrelated. z space dimesion altering may not helps us to solve the issue in few cases. It is always prefered to first disentangle the features.

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