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Generative adversarial networks (GANs) are well known for their unsupervised learning capabilities. A recent success in the field of astronomy is deblending two overlapping galaxy images via a branched GAN model. However, it remains a significant challenge to comprehend how the network works, which is particularly difficult for non-expert users. This research focuses on behaviors of one of the network's major components, the Discriminator, which plays a vital role but is often overlooked,arXiv:2001.06151v1 fatcat:si4goztr5fdclip7v3i2ulrulu