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With the rapid growth of multimodal data, the cross-modal search has widely attracted research interests. Due to its efficiency on storage and computing, hashing-based methods are broadly used for large scale cross-modal retrieval. Most existing hashing methods are designed based on binary supervision, which transforms complex relationships of multi-label data into simple similar or dissimilar. However, few methods have explored the rich semantic information implicit in multi-label data todoi:10.1109/access.2019.2899536 fatcat:xynopqlgyfhe3ef6su55zqczim