Kaiye Wang

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Cross-modal matching has recently drawn much attention due to the widespread existence of multimodal data. It aims to match data from different modalities, and generally involves two basic problems: the measure of relevance and coupled feature selection. Most previous works mainly focus on solving the first problem. In this paper, we propose a novel coupled(More)
Cross-modal retrieval has recently drawn much attention due to the widespread existence of multimodal data. It takes one type of data as the query to retrieve relevant data objects of another type, and generally involves two basic problems: the measure of relevance and coupled feature selection. Most previous methods just focus on solving the first problem.(More)
Nowadays, Internet makes it easy for us to share all kinds of information. However, violent content in web has harmful influence on those who lack proper judgment, especially teenagers. This paper presents an approach for detecting violence in videos, where Discrimina-tive Slow Feature Analysis (D-SFA) is introduced to learn slow feature functions from(More)
—In recent years, cross-modal retrieval has drawn much attention due to the rapid growth of multimodal data. It takes one type of data as the query to retrieve relevant data of another type. For example, a user can use a text to retrieve relevant pictures or videos. Since the query and its retrieved results can be of different modalities, how to measure the(More)
—This paper investigates the problem of cross-modal retrieval, where users can search results across various modalities by submitting any modality of query. Since the query and its retrieved results can be of different modalities, how to measure the content similarity between different modalities of data remains a challenge. To address this problem, we(More)
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