Thursday, October 09, 2008

CS Community: Impact, Google adwords failing for low volume terms and Intel Research

This week shows an unusual low traffic, I wonder if there is something unusual going on... nah... Talking about traffic, as you know I am trying to gauge the impact of the site. I looked at the web hits of the Seismic Laboratory for Imaging and Modeling (SLIM) at University of British Columbia that hosts the paper I mentioned yesterday: Compressive simultaneous full-waveform simulation by Felix Herrmann, Yogi Erlangga and Tim Lin and it looks like the site served the file 50 times yesterday (from zero the day before). This is great.

There are two or three people at Google reading this blog. This is for them: I have continued the experiment mentioned earlier, but this is what I am getting (see below) how do you explain that the term "Compressive Sensing" has a poor score whereas "Compressed Sensing" doesn't?

This is all the more interesting as the CTR for "Compressive Sensing" is higher than for "Compressed Sensing" ?

In other news, Intel Research in Seattle had an Open house on October 1st, 2008. There is a mention of compressive sensing in their brochure. Here are some of their projects.

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