Dear Igor,Thanks for your remark and for mentioning CoSeRa 2013 in your blog. There is another recent paper of Rachel Ward and myself which goes into a similar direction, seeBest wishes,Holger

while Anders Hansen sent me the following:

Thanks so much for again writing about infinite-dimensional compressed sensing on your blog (you are doing a great job). This is an important topic that is getting more and more attention. Just to let you know, there will be a mini-symposium at the "8th International Conference on Curves and Surfaces (2014)" entitled "Sampling and compressive sensing over the continuum", that will focus specifically on these issues.Best wishes,Anders

....It’s David Donoho [5] reportedly exclaiming a panel of NSF folks “You’ve got Terry Tao (a Fields medalist [6]) talking to geoscientists, what do you want?” ....Fall 2008 UCLA Math Department Newsletter, Mark Green Ends His Remarkable Odyssey at IPAM

Olimex

Danny

Andrew

- Kaggle Titanic Contest Tutorial
- First Spark Summit
- New SOSP paper: a lightweight infrastructure for graph analytics
- Spark raises 14M $ to compete with Hadoop
- GraphLab Internship Program (Machine Learning Summer Internship)

Andrew

- Visualization, “big data”, and EDA
- Gladwell and Chabris, David and Goliath, and science writing as stone soup
- Chris Chabris is irritated by Malcolm Gladwell
- Mister P: What’s its secret sauce?
- A Bayesian approach for peer-review panels? and a speculation about Bruno Frey
- Ideas that spread fast and slow
- Give me a ticket for an aeroplane
- Scientific communication that accords you “the basic human dignity of allowing you to draw your own conclusions”

Larry

SAGE

Christian

SAGE

Christian

Albert

Vladimir

- Samsung Invests in Structured Light 3D Imager Startup
- Bacterial Imager Proposed
- Crosstalk Reduction Between Multiple Structured Light Cameras
- European IR Sensor Industry Consolidates

Laurent

Meena

Djalil

Anand

Cable

Djalil

Anand

Cable

Dirk

Kaggle

David

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- The Kurdyka-Łojasiewicz inequality and gradient descent methods
- Post-it for convex optimization for optimal transport, value functions, accelerated forward backward and Bayesion inversion

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David

While on Nuit Blanche, we had:

- An Empirical-Bayes Approach to Recovering Linearly Constrained Non-Negative Sparse Signals
- OrderedLASSO : Statistical Estimation and Testing via the Ordered L1 Norm - implementation
- Phase Retrieval: Covariance Estimation, Sparse Signals
- Infinity Continues to Matter: Generalized sampling: stable reconstructions, inverse problems and compressed sensing over the continuum
- Slides: Second Edition of the International Workshop on Compressed Sensing applied to Radar (CoSeRa 2013)
- Compressed Counting Meets Compressed Sensing
- Imaging strong localized scatterers with sparsity promoting optimization
- About t'em breakthroughs and a comment on a comment on "The Mathematical Shape of Things to Come"
- Ceci n'est toujours pas le blog de Nuit Blanche
- Saturday Morning Video: The mathematics of weight loss
- Paris Machine Learning LinkedIn group and Meetup #4
- The Tale of Three Breakthroughs: Matrix Sketches, Face Recognition and an AMP based LASSO
- CfP: ITWIST'14: "international - Traveling Workshop on Interactions between Sparse models and Technology"
- Videos: Succinct Data Representations and Applications
- Nuit Blanche In Review (September 2013)
- Internet of Things #2 Paris Meetup summary
- 2497..2498..2499..
- Videos: Big Data Boot Camp Day 2,3 and 4, Simons Institute, Berkeley
- Accurate Profiling of Microbial Communities from Massively Parallel Sequencing using Convex Optimization - implementation -
- Videos: Big Data Boot Camp Day 1, Simons Institute, Berkeley
- Around the blogs in 78 Summer hours: Dina Katabi Mac Arthur Fellow, Big Data at the Simons Institute and more ....

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