Marr Prize

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The Marr Prize is a biennial conference award in computer vision given by the International Conference on Computer Vision. It is named after David Marr.[1]


The list of papers that won the Marr Prize from 1987 are listed below.[2]

1st ICCV, 1987, London, United Kingdom[edit]

  • Marr Prize Paper: David Heeger, Optical Flow using Spatiotemporal Filters
  • Marr Prize Honorable Mention Papers:

2nd ICCV, 1988, Tampa, U.S.A.[edit]

  • Marr Prize Paper: Brian Funt and Jian Ho, Color from Black and White
  • Marr Prize Honorable Mention Papers
    • David Lowe, Organization of Smooth Image Curves at Multiple Scales
    • Vishvjit Nalwa, Representing Oriented Piecewise C2 Surfaces

3rd ICCV, 1990, Osaka, Japan[edit]

4th ICCV, 1993, Berlin, Germany[edit]

5th ICCV, 1995, Cambridge, U.S.A.[edit]

  • Marr Prize Papers
    • Michael Oren and Shree K. Nayar, A Theory of Specular Surface Geometry
    • Toshikazu Wada, Hiroyuki Ukida, and Takashi Matsuyama, Shape from Shading with Interreflections under a Proximal Light Source: Distortion-Free Copying of an Unfolded Book
  • Marr Prize Honorable Mention Papers
    • Paul Viola and William Wells III, Alignment by Maximization of Mutual Information
    • Anders Heyden, Reconstruction from Image Sequences by Means of Relative Depths
    • Yalin Xiong and Steven Shafer, Hypergeometric Filters for Optical Flow and Affine Matching

6th ICCV, 1998, Bombay, India[edit]

7th ICCV, 1999, Kerkyra, Greece[edit]

  • Marr Prize Papers
  • Marr Prize Honorable Mention Papers
    • Michael Black and David Fleet, Probabilistic Detection and Tracking of Motion Discontinuities
    • Ying Nian Wu and Song-Chun Zhu, Equivalence of Texture Modeling and Analysis?

8th ICCV, 2001, Vancouver, Canada[edit]

  • Marr Prize Papers
    • Kentaro Toyama and Andrew Blake, Probabilistic Tracking with Exemplars in a Metric Space
    • Steven Seitz, The Space of All Stereo Images
  • Marr Prize Honorable Mention Papers
    • Yaron Caspi and Michal Irani, Alignment of Non-Overlapping Sequences
    • Lior Wolf and Amnon Shashua, On Projection Matrices and their Applications in Computer Vision

9th ICCV, 2003, Nice, France[edit]

  • Marr Prize Papers
    • Andrew Fitzgibbon, Yonatan Wexler, and Andrew Zisserman, Image-based Rendering using Image-based Priors
    • Zhuowen Tu, Xiangrong Chen, Alan L. Yuille, and Song-Chun Zhu, Image Parsing: Unifying Segmentation, Detection and Recognition
    • Paul Viola, Michael J. Jones, and Daniel Snow, Detecting Pedestrians using Patterns of Motion and Appearance

10th ICCV, 2005, Beijing, China[edit]

  • Marr Prize Paper: "Globally Optimal Estimates for Geometric Reconstruction Problems", Fredrik Kahl, Didier Henrion
  • Honorable Mention
    • "A Theory of Refractive and Specular Shape by Light-Path Triangulation", Kiriakos N. Kutulakos, Eron Steger
    • "Detecting Irregularities in Images and in Video", Oren Boiman, Michal Irani
    • "On the Spatial Statistics of Optical Flow", Stefan Roth, Michael J. Black

11th ICCV, 2007, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil[edit]

  • Marr Prize Paper: Bradley Davis, P. Thomas Fletcher, Elizabeth Bullitt, Sarang Joshi: Population Shape Regression From Random Design Data
  • Honorable Mention:
    • Ying Nian Wu, Zhangzhang Si, Chuck Fleming, Song-Chun Zhu: Deformable Template As Active Basis
    • Abhijeet Ghosh, Shruthi Achutha, Wolfgang Heidrich, Matthew O'Toole: BRDF Acquisition with Basis Illumination
    • Manmohan Chandraker, Sameer Agarwal, David Kriegman, Serge Belongie: Globally Optimal Affine and Metric Upgrades in Stratified Autocalibration

12th ICCV, 2009, Kyoto, Japan[edit]

13th ICCV, 2011, Barcelona, Spain[edit]

14th ICCV, 2013, Sydney, Australia[edit]

15th ICCV, 2015, Santiago, Chile[edit]

16th ICCV, 2017, Venice, Italy[edit]


  1. ^ "ICCV2009". Retrieved 2018-11-02.
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