Geert Leus in IEEE ICASSP Top Downloads
- Wednesday, 15 August 2018
An 2015 ICASSP paper co-authored by Geert Leus made it to the Top-20 Downloads list of ICASSP papers over 2015-2017.
The paper is "Compressed Sensing Based Multiuser Millimeter-Wave Systems: How Many Measurements Are Needed?", by Ahmed Alkhateeb, Geert Leus, and Robert Heath. Last year, the related journal paper also won a best (young author) paper award.
The overview of top-downloaded papers was published in IEEE Signal Processing Magazine, July 2018.More ...
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