- Bob continues his very interesting investigation about music genre in These algorithms embody next to nothing related to music genre, part 3. This entry is quite damning.
- Dirk talks about two papers in The elastic-net as augmentation and super-resolution by semi-continuous compressed sensing
- Andrew tells us about Polylogs en français: EPIT 2012 (Part 1) -but it's really in English- His first lecture is about Data Streams & Communication Complexity. What's up with the French having workshops on islands, do they fear people will leave once they attend the first lectures ?
- Ivan talks about a retraction of a crystallography paper. The entry touches on many issues relevant to scientific publishing and reproducible research.
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