I put the number of page views since July 2010 on display and we just passed 1,200,000 page views this past week. One million two hundred thousand page views.... wow..awesome....

- Randy let us know that the single pixel camera patent has been awarded. Bob, Inview's CEO, provides a similar information in the compressive sensing group (which now boasts 1559 members).
- Larry Wasserman has a blog called Normal Deviate, here are the first entries:

- Andrew features a Cool-ass signal processing using Gaussian processes
- Suresh mentions that the abstracts are up for the Geometry in the Field meeting
- Albert has a summary of the CMOS Image Sensor Workshop in Duisburg on June 12-13, 2012
- Terry has some results on Random matrices: Universality of local spectral statistics of non-Hermitian matrices
- Bob has something on the WTF-measure
- Danny points to a new contest.
- Greg points out that there are Only a few openings left for the MIT Build a Radar Short Course
- Andrew points to some of the presentations made at the Workshop on Distributed and Streaming Data
- David Andrzejewski pointed me to this blog entry showing a comparison between count-min sketches and other similar "counters" and yes epic is the word: The blog entry is: Probabilistic Data Structures for Web Analytics and Data Mining by Ilya Katsov

- Daniel pointed me to this paper on Practical Spectral Photography by Ralf Habel, Michael Kudenov, Michael Wimmer. The publication is here. We shall return to this later.

If you haven't had time to read Nuit Blanche, since the last "Around the blogs in 80 hours", we featured several papers in This Week in Compressive Sensing and Advanced Matrix Factorization: but more importantly several implementations were made available by authors of papers or toolboxes, namely:

__Some of these entries were found through the slides of the Mini-symposium SIAM IS12 Recent advances in patch-based image processing.__

*Please note that I dedicate a full blog entry to implementations of algorithms.*If you are interested in imaging and compressive sensing, you may want to read:

- Natural Multiplexing in very small CMOS architecture.
- 1-bit cameras concepts (QIS, Gigavision Camera)
- Do Not Mess with CMOS

but if you are interested in the potential crosslinks between algorithm development needs and synthetic biology, you may want to read these entries:

- Two ways to get back to the shore from a desert island
- "...The Window Doesn't Close..."
- What is Faster than Moore's Law and Why You Should Care

There was also a mention for a PhD studentship in the South of France: Acceleration of greedy algorithms for signal modeling

In other news, Ray left us the day of the Transit of Venus

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