Jean-Pierre Le Cadre Award

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This photo of Jean-Pierre Le Cadre was taken at the Paris FUSION Conference. 

The Jean-Pierre Le Cadre Award is intended to recognize excellence among researchers and scientists in information fusion, which was the core motivation behind Jean-Pierre Le Cadre’s career. The Jean-Pierre Le Cadre Award is given for the best paper of the annual International Conference on Information Fusion and often includes a signed copy of a recently published book in the area of information fusion. The Jean-Pierre Le Cadre Award is managed by the organizing committee for the annual conference. Past recipients of the Jean-Pierre Le Cadre Award are summarized below.

2019

Winner

How to Calibrate your Enemy’s Capabilities? Inverse Filtering for Counter-Autonomous Systems
Vikram Krishnamurthy and Muralidhar Rangaswamy

1st Runner Up

Particle Flow Filters: Biases and Bias Avoidance
David F Crouse

2nd Runner Up

Spooky effect in optimal OSPA estimation and how GOSPA solves it
Ángel F. García-Fernández and Lennart Svensson

2017

Winner

Generalized Optimal Sub-Pattern Assignment Metric
Abu Sajana Rahmathullah,1 Angel Garcia-Fernandez,2 Lennart Svensson3
1 Zenuity AB, Sweden; 2 Aalto University, Finland; 3 Chalmers University of Technology, Gothenburg, Sweden 

1st Runner Up

Target Motion Analysis with Unknown Measurement Noise Variance
Branko Ristic,1,2 Xuezhi Wang,1 Sanjeev Arulampalam2
1 RMIT University, Melbourne, Australia; 2 Defence Science and Technology, Australia

2nd Runner Up

Maximum Likelihood Detection on Images
Balakumar Balasingam,1 Yaakov Bar-Shalom,2 Peter Willett,2 Krishna Pattipati
1 University of Windsor, Canada; 2 University of Connecticut, Storrs, USA

2016

Winner

Model-Based Data-Driven Approach for Sleep Apnea Detection
Sandeep Gutta,1 Qi Cheng,1 Hoa Nguyen,2 Bruce Benjamin1
1 Oklahoma State University, Stillwater, USA; 2 Posts and Telecommunications Institute of Technology, Vietnam

1st Runner Up

A Structured Mean Field Approach for Existence-Based Multiple Target Tracking
Roslyn A. Lau, Jason L. Williams
Defence Science and Technology Group, Australia

2nd Runner Up

Real-Time Forecasting of an Epidemic Outbreak: Ebola 2014/2015 Case Study
Branko Ristic,1 Peter Dawson2
1 RMIT University, Melbourne, Australia; 2 DST Group, Australia

2015

Winner

An Application of Interacting Multiple Model Tracking Method to Financial Modeling and Asset Allocation

Shozo Mori, Kuochu Chang, Hajime Takahashi, Chee-Yee Chong

1st Runner Up

An Efficient Algorithm for Aircraft Conflict Detection and Resolution Using List Viterbi Algorithm

Vesselin P. Jilkov, X. Rong Li, Jeffrey H. Ledet

2nd Runner Up

Trust Revision for Conflicting Sources

Audun Jøsang, Magdalena Ivanovska, Tim Muller

2014

Winner

Deterministic Approximation of Circular Densities with Symmetric Dirac Mixtures Based on Two Circular Moments

Gerhard Kurz, Igor Gilitschenski and Uwe Hanebeck

1st Runner Up

Interacting Multiple Model Unscented Gauss-Helmert Filter for Bearings-only Tracking with State-Dependent Propagation Delay

Rong Yang, Yaakov Bar-Shalom, Jack Hong’an Huang and Gee Wah Ng

2nd Runner Up

Improved Estimation of Conflict Probability for Aircraft Collision Avoidance

Vesselin Jilkov, X. Rong Li and Jeffrey Ledet

2013

Winner

Recursive Fusion of Noisy Depth and Position Measurements for Surface Reconstruction

Gerhard Kurz and Uwe Hanebeck 

1st Runner Up

Traffic Knowledge Discovery from AIS Data

Giuliana Pallotta, Michele Vespe and Karna Bryan 

2nd Runner Up

A New Approach for Doppler-only Target Tracking

G. Battistelli, L. Chisci, C. Fantacci, A. Farina and A. Graziano