Matlab demo code for "MTFH: A Matrix Tri-Factorization Hashing Framework for Efficient Cross-Modal Retrieval"
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MTFH

Matlab demo code for "MTFH: A Matrix Tri-Factorization Hashing Framework for Efficient Cross-Modal Retrieval", arXiv:1805.01963

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The framework of MTFH algorithm.

############### Information ################

Matlab demo code for "MTFH: A Matrix Tri-Factorization Hashing Framework for Efficient Cross-Modal Retrieval"

Authors: Xin Liu, Zhikai Hu, Haibin Ling, and Yiu-ming Cheung; Contact: xliu[at]hqu.edu.cn; zkhu[at]hqu.edu.cn

This code uses some public software packages by the 3rd party applications, and is free for educational, academic research and non-profit purposes. Not for commercial/industrial activities. If you use/adapt our code in your work (either as a stand-alone tool or as a component of any algorithm), you need to appropriately cite our work.

################ Tips ################

  1. To run a demo, conduct the following command: MTFH_demo.m
  • If you have got any question, please do not hesitate to contact us.
  • Bugs are also welcome to be reported.

################ Contents ################

This package contains cleaned up codes for the MTFH, including:

MTFH_demo.m: test example on public Wiki dataset

bitCompact.m: function to compute the compact hash code matrix

hammingDist.m: function to compute the hamming distance between two sets

kernelMatrix.m: function to compute a kernel matrix

perf_metric4Label.m: function to compute mAP for retrieval evaluation

rndsolveUHV2.m: function to optimize the solution of MTFH

################ Citation ################

Xin Liu, Zhikai Hu, Haibin Ling, and Yiu-ming Cheung; MTFH: A Matrix Tri-Factorization Hashing Framework for Efficient Cross-Modal Retrieval, arXiv:1805.01963