Understanding and Improving Proximity Graph based Maximum Inner Product Search

30 Sep 2019Jie LiuXiao YanXinyan DaiZhirong LiJames ChengMing-Chang Yang

The inner-product navigable small world graph (ip-NSW) represents the state-of-the-art method for approximate maximum inner product search (MIPS) and it can achieve an order of magnitude speedup over the fastest baseline. However, to date it is still unclear where its exceptional performance comes from... (read more)

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