AI Journal prominent paper award winners
Professor of Machine learning Holger Hoos together with Frank Hutter, Lin Xu and Kevin Leyton-Brown won the prestigious Artificial Intelligence Journal (AIJ) Prominent Paper Award of this year.
The AIJ Prominent Paper Award recognizes outstanding papers published not more than seven years ago in the AI Journal that are exceptional in their significance and impact. The paper of Holger Hoos and his team is titled: 'Algorithm runtime prediction: Methods & evaluation'.
The jury report states: ‘This paper not only serves as an important and highly cited reference on algorithmic runtime prediction for the fields of AI and Algorithms, but it has also influenced work in High Performance and Distributed Computing as evidence by a diverse array of citations from these fields.’
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