Today we have a few blog entries of interest, enjoy!
- Tiebin Mi is opening a mirror site for Nuit Blanche so it can be read in China.
- Hao talks about Summary of Block Compressed Sensing on Image
- Zhilin mentions that Andrew Ng is at UCSD today but also mentions the different CS related sessions at ICASSP 2012
- Meena talks about a presentation on Medical visualization frontier application
- Greg shows his latest phased array system using Wifi antenna
- Vladimir mention Imec Demos 100-band Hyperspectral Sensor and a 1M fps CCD Camera
- Brian wrote an introduction to compressive sensing.
- Bob finds Faults in the Tzanetakis Music Genre Dataset
- Danny reports about LexisNexis ML library - Advisory Panel: to PCA or not to PCA?
- John talks about the connection between mechanics and thermodynamics.
- Tomasz talks about connecting Matlab and GaphViz tools.
- and finally Andrew gives his views on a Suggested resolution of the Bem paradox. I like his description:
" Before going on, perhaps it’s worth briefly reviewing who is hurt by the publication of flawed research. It’s not a victimless crime. Here are some of the malign consequences:- Wasted time and resources spent by researchers trying to replicate non-findings and chasing down dead ends.- Fake science news bumping real science news off the front page.- When the errors and scandals come to light, a decline in the prestige of higher-quality scientific work.- Slower progress of science, delaying deeper understanding of psychology, medicine, and other topics that we deem important enough to deserve large public research efforts..."
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