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My main research area is computer vision, and I focus on the topic of partial-duplicate large-scale image discovery. Corresponding contributions include areas of large-scale duplicate image detection, content-based image retrieval, image spatial verification, pattern recognition and large-scale image clustering, as well as knowledge discovery in large image collections.

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Qian Zhang completed her BSc in Computer Science from the Hong Kong Baptist University in 2009. Following this she obtained an MSc (distinction) in Computer Science and Entrepreneurship at the University of Nottingham (UK) in the year 2010. Later in the next year, she started her PhD in the field of computer vision and image discovery within the Intelligent Modelling and Analysis Research Group (IMA) at the University of Nottingham, UK. She obtained her PhD in the year 2015 and joins the University of Nottingham Ningbo China (UNNC) in 2016 as an assistant professor.


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Image processing

Computer vision

Machine learning

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