Cross-Modal Retrieval with Implicit Concept Association

12 Apr 2018 Yale Song Mohammad Soleymani

Traditional cross-modal retrieval assumes explicit association of concepts across modalities, where there is no ambiguity in how the concepts are linked to each other, e.g., when we do the image search with a query "dogs", we expect to see dog images. In this paper, we consider a different setting for cross-modal retrieval where data from different modalities are implicitly linked via concepts that must be inferred by high-level reasoning; we call this setting implicit concept association... (read more)

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