Sparse multi-modal hashing
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- IEEE Transactions on Multimedia, 2014, 16 (2), pp. 427 - 439
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Learning hash functions across heterogenous high-dimensional features is very desirable for many applications involving multi-modal data objects. In this paper, we propose an approach to obtain the sparse codesets for the data objects across different modalities via joint multi-modal dictionary learning, which we call sparse multi-modal hashing (abbreviated as SM 2 . In SM 2 , both intra-modality similarity and inter-modality similarity are first modeled by a hypergraph, then multi-modal dictionaries are jointly learned by Hypergraph Laplacian sparse coding. Based on the learned dictionaries, the sparse codeset of each data object is acquired and conducted for multi-modal approximate nearest neighbor retrieval using a sensitive Jaccard metric. The experimental results show that SM 2 outperforms other methods in terms of mAP and Percentage on two real-world data sets. © 2013 IEEE.
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