These awards are intended to recognize exceptional contributions and encourage new entrants into the fields within the technical scope of the conference. Winners will be selected using paper reviews and additional study by an Awards Committee. Best Student Paper Award finalists may be asked to present their work to the Awards Committee or in a special session for full consideration. Typically, two or three papers are selected for each of these awards. Winners receive a cash prize (split among authors for the Best Paper Award and among student authors for the Best Student Paper Award) and a certificate.
This award recognizes a paper of exceptional industrial merit and industrial impact dealing with a subject related to the Signal Processing Society’s technical scope. Selection will be by a five-person Conference Award Evaluation Committee. The prize shall consist of $500 per author (up to a maximum of $1500 per award) and a certificate. See the Signal Processing Society web site for additional details.
A BLOCK PARALLEL MAJORIZE-MINIMIZE MEMORY GRADIENT ALGORITHM, by Sara Cadoni, Emilie Chouzenoux, Jean-Christophe Pesquet, Caroline Chaux.
CNN-AWARE BINARY MAP FOR GENERAL SEMANTIC SEGMENTATION, by Mahdyar Ravanbakhsh, Hossein Mousavi, Moin Nabi, Mohammad Rastegari, Carlo Regazzoni.
DECONVOLUTION OF POISSONIAN IMAGES WITH THE PURE-LET APPROACH, by Jizhou Li, Florian Luisier, Thierry Blu.
DEPTH AUGMENTED STEREO PANORAMA FOR CINEMATIC VIRTUAL REALITY WITH FOCUS CUES, by Jayant Thatte, Jean-Baptiste Boin, Haricharan Lakshman, Gordon Wetzstein, Bernd Girod.
DIRECT MODEL-BASED TOMOGRAPHIC RECONSTRUCTION OF THE COMPLEX REFRACTIVE INDEX, by Kadri Aditya Mohan, Xianghui Xiao, Charles A. Bouman.
IMAGE RECONSTRUCTION AND THRESHOLD DESIGN FOR QUANTA IMAGE SENSORS, by Omar Elgendy, Stanley Chan.
ROW-COLUMN TRANSFORMS: LOW-COMPLEXITY APPROXIMATION OF OPTIMAL NON-SEPARABLE TRANSFORMS, by Hilmi E. Egilmez, Onur G. Guleryuz, Jana Ehmann, Sehoon Yea.