Nuit Blanche has already seen 2,900th published entries so far... it's a marathon. This past month we've had quite a few implementations since last December:
We also added a few references in the following pages while looking back at the Popular Posts of 2013:
We had the first public data release of a nanopore like process ( Quantum Biosystems Provides Raw Data Access to New Sequencing Technology ) as well as other very interesting focused posts:
- A Compressed Sensing Framework for Magnetic Resonance Fingerprinting
- Matrix Factorization with Binary Components
- Sparse Packetized Predictive Control for Networked Control over Erasure Channels
- Sharp Phase Transition for Joint Sparse Recovery (MMV)
- Sparse Matrix Factorization: Simple rules for growing neural nets and Provable Bounds for Learning Some Deep Representations
- The Why and How of Nonnegative Matrix Factorization
- Far-field subwavelength imaging from a single broadband antenna in combined with strongly disordered medium
- Democratic Representations
- How Close is Compressive Sensing to Random Features with Random Kitchen Sinks?
- Binary Linear Classification and Feature Selection via Generalized Approximate Message Passing
- Dynamics and termination cost of spatially coupled mean-field models
- Frugal Streaming and Sparse Recovery with Very Sparse Compressed Counting
- Indiegogo: Atheer One: What it feels like to have superpowers!
- Around the blogs in 78 hours
Paris Machine Learning Meetup:
- First French-German Mathematical Image Analysis Conference starting today
- CfP: Advances in sparse modeling and low-rank modeling for speech processing
- Novel meetings: Image processing for materials characterization (ICIP 2014, special session), Spin Glass and Beyond: An old tool for new problems, ITWIST'14 deadline extended
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