Xianglong Liu received the BS and Ph.D degrees in computer science under supervision of Prof. Wei Li
, in 2008 and 2014. From 2011 to 2012, he visited the Digital Video and Multimedia (DVMM) Lab, Columbia University as a joint Ph.D student supervised by Prof. Shih-Fu Chang
. His research interests include multimedia retrieval, visual computing and data mining, and are particularly focused on hashing for large scale nearest neighbor search and mobile visual search. He is a member of the IEEE and CCF, and serves as the young associated editor of Frontiers of Computer Science, and reviewer for many referred journals.
Multi-View Complementary Hash Tables for Nearest Neighbor Search
IEEE ICCV, 2015
IEEE CVPR (young researcher support), 2014
Query-Adaptive Hash Code Ranking for Fast Nearest Neighbor Search
ACM MM (short paper), 2014
Hash Bit Selection: a Unified Solution for Selection Problems in Hashing
IEEE CVPR, 2013.
Reciprocal Hash Tables for Nearest Neighbor Search
Compact Kernel Hashing with Multiple Features
Journal version: Multiple Feature Kernel Hashing for Large-Scale Visual Search (PR, 2014)
ACM MM (short paper), 2012
Compact Hashing for Mixed Image-Keyword Query over Multi-Label Images
Journal version: Mixed Image-Keyword Query Adaptive Hashing over Multi-Label Images (ACM TOMCCAP, 2014)
ACM ICMR (oral, 13.8%), 2012.
Mobile Product Search with Bag of Hash Bits and Boundary Reranking
IEEE CVPR, 2012.
Adaptive Multi-Bit Quantization for Hashing
Fast Graph Similarity Search via Locality Sensitive Hashing
Search by Mobile Image Based on Visual and Spatial Consistency
Journal version: Feature Grouping and Local Soft Match for Mobile Visual Search (PRL, 2012)
IEEE ICME (Best Paper Candidate, oral, 8%), 2011