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Article Awards for the IEEE Transactions on Signal Processing

The IEEE Signal Processing Society congratulates the following recipients who will receive the 2018 IEEE Signal Processing Society paper awards for their paper published in the IEEE Transactions on Signal Processing. Presentation of the paper awards will take place at ICASSP 2019 in Brighton, U.K.

SUSTAINED IMPACT PAPER AWARD

The Sustained Impact Paper Award shall honor the author(s) of a journal article of broad interest that has had sustained impact over many years on a subject related to the Society's technical scope. To be eligible for consideration, an article must have appeared in one of the IEEE Signal Processing Society Transactions or the Journal of Selected Topics in Signal Processing, in an issue predating the Spring Awards Board meeting by at least 10 years (typically held in conjunction with ICASSP). The recipients are:

Michal Aharon, Michael Elad, and Alfred Bruckstein

“K-SVD: An Algorithm for Designing Overcomplete Dictionaries for Sparse Representation”

IEEE Transactions on Signal Processing, Volume 54, Number 11, November 2006.

DONALD G. FINK OVERVIEW PAPER AWARD

The Donald G. Fink Overview Paper Award shall honor the author(s) of a journal article of broad interest that has had substantial impact over several years on a subject related to the Society's technical scope. A paper considered for the award should present an overview of a method or theory with technical depth and application perspective. It should have a multi-year record of impact and also be relevant to current researchers and/or practitioners. The recipients are:

M. Sanjeev Arulampalam, Simon Maskell, Neil Gordon, and Tim Clapp

“A Tutorial on Particle Filters for Online Nonlinear/Non-Gaussian Bayesian Tracking”

IEEE Transactions on Signal Processing, Volume 50, Number 2, February 2002.

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