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Each year, in late summer or early fall, the Editorial Board chooses a 'best paper'. The following criteria are used to make this difficult decision: the paper represents a significant advance by presenting a new concept or method with important applications, or a breakthrough on a long-standing problem; is well-written, clearly-illustrated, and referenced comprehensively; and is likely to be cited often in the literature for many years.

To recognize their achievement, the authors will each receive a year's membership in the Demo Conference with a subscription to Demo Technology.

2010

The winners of the 2010 Best Paper Award are:
 

Debarun Bhattacharjya, Jo Eidsvik, and Tapan Mukerji
The value of information in spatial decision making

 

2009

The winner of the 2009 Best Paper Award is:

Yuan Zee Ma
 

2008

As our readers have come to expect, many exceptional papers are published each year. Chosen from among so many excellent ones, the winners of the 2008 Best Paper Award are :

Pallaz Sarma, Louis F. Durlofksy and Khlaid Aziz
Kernel Principal Component Analysis for Efficient, Differentiable Parameterization of Multipoint Geostatistics
40(1): 3-32

To read the complete text of the announcement, click here.

 

2007

Another wonderful year for this award! Once again, two outstanding papers among so many excellent ones made it impossible to choose one without being unfair to the other. Thus, the winners of the 2007 Best Paper Award (in alphabetical order) are:

 

Ben P. Marchant and Richard Murray Lark
Optimized Sample Schemes for Geostatistical Surveys
 

2006

A wonderful year for our best paper award! Two outstanding papers amongst many excellent ones made it impossible to choose one without being unfair to the other. Thus, the winners of the 2006 Best Paper Award (in alphabetical order) are :

 

 

 

 

 

2004

Jean-Laurent Mallet
Space-time mathematical framework for sedimentary geology
36(1):1-32
 

2002

Andre Haas and Philippe Formery
Uncertainties in facies proportion estimation I. Theoretical framework: The Dirichlet distribution
34(6):679-702
 

2001

Lin Y. Hu, Georges Blanc and Benoit Noetinger
Gradual deformation and iterative calibration of sequential stochastic simulations
33(4):475-489
 

2000

Christopher D. White and Brian J. Willis
A method to estimate length distributions from outcrop data
32(4):389-419
 

1999

Patrick Bogaert
On the optimal estimation of the cumulative distribution function in presence of spatial dependence
31(2) 213-239
 

1998

Ting ting Yao and Andre G. Journel
Automatic modeling of (cross) covariance tables using fast Fourier transform
30(6) 589-615
 

1997

J.-L. Mallet
Discrete modeling for natural objects
29(2) 199-219
 

1996

Ivon Halbwachs, Gabriel Courriouz, Xavier Renaud and Philippe Repusseau
Topological and geometric characterization of fault networks using 3-dimensional generalized maps
28(5) 625-656