Proceedings for three meetings that happened recently and that are related to some of the discussion happening here on Nuit Blanche.
- Proceedings of the second "international Traveling Workshop on Interactions between Sparse models and Technology" (iTWIST'14) (see arxiv below)
- UCL-Duke Workshop on Sensing and Analysis of High-Dimensional Data (SAHD 2014): the contributions abstracts are here
- MaxEnt 2014: 34th International Workshop on Bayesian Inference and Maximum Entropy (beware of the link there is some music playing when you get there). The proceedings are here.
Proceedings of the second "international Traveling Workshop on Interactions between Sparse models and Technology" (iTWIST'14) by L. Jacques, C. De Vleeschouwer, Y. Boursier, P. Sudhakar, C. De Mol, A. Pizurica, S. Anthoine, P. Vandergheynst, P. Frossard, C. Bilen, S. Kitic, N. Bertin, R.Gribonval, N. Boumal, B. Mishra, P.-A. Absil, R. Sepulchre, S. Bundervoet, C. Schretter, A. Dooms, P.Schelkens, O. Chabiron, F. Malgouyres, J.-Y. Tourneret, N. Dobigeon, P. Chainais, C. Richard, B. Cornelis, I.Daubechies, D. Dunson, M. Dankova, P. Rajmic, K. Degraux, V. Cambareri, B. Geelen, G. Lafruit, G. Setti, J.-F. Determe, J. Louveaux, F. Horlin, A. Drémeau, P. Heas, C. Herzet, V. Duval, G. Peyré, A. Fawzi, M. Davies, N. Gillis, S. A. Vavasis, C. Soussen, L. Le Magoarou, J. Liang, J. Fadili, A. Liutkus, D. Martina, S. Gigan, L. Daudet, M. Maggioni, S. Minsker, N. Strawn, C. Mory, F. Ngole, J.-L. Starck, I. Loris, S. Vaiter, M. Golbabaee, D. Vukobratovic
The implicit objective of the biennial "international - Traveling Workshop on Interactions between Sparse models and Technology" (iTWIST) is to foster collaboration between international scientific teams by disseminating ideas through both specific oral/poster presentations and free discussions. For its second edition, the iTWIST workshop took place in the medieval and picturesque town of Namur in Belgium, from Wednesday August 27th till Friday August 29th, 2014. The workshop was conveniently located in "The Arsenal" building within walking distance of both hotels and town center. iTWIST'14 has gathered about 70 international participants and has featured 9 invited talks, 10 oral presentations, and 14 posters on the following themes, all related to the theory, application and generalization of the "sparsity paradigm": Sparsity-driven data sensing and processing; Union of low dimensional subspaces; Beyond linear and convex inverse problem; Matrix/manifold/graph sensing/processing; Blind inverse problems and dictionary learning; Sparsity and computational neuroscience; Information theory, geometry and randomness; Complexity/accuracy tradeoffs in numerical methods; Sparsity? What's next?; Sparse machine learning and inference.
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