Sunday, September 09, 2012

Around the Blogs in 80 Summer Hours

Here is what we have had since the last Around the blogs in 80 summer hours. Several implementations were made available to the community:

I have featured most of the implementations that appeared on the blog for the past year in  A Year in Reproducible Research in Compressive Sensing, Advanced Matrix Factorization and more. We also had a job announcement (Post-doctoral position at CEA Saclay in image processing for multispectral data ), a meeting announcement ( The 2013 International BASP Frontiers workshop .... ), some discussions that is still taking place on peer-review in The most important discussion about peer-review we're not having ... until today. -updated- and Post Peer-Review Discussion continues and a remarkable dataset , a graph showing the importance of videotaping your meeting (The Impact of the Tail ), some accidental cameras ( The accidental multi-aperture cameraThe Accidental Multispectral Coded Aperture Camera ) and some results where sparsity is replaced by complexity (Beyond Sparsity: Minimum Complexity Pursuit for Universal Compressed Sensing )

In the meantime, Bob and Dirk blogged about the meetings they attended, it's a thankless job, go read them, it is very instructive:









Image Credit: NASA/JPL-Caltech/Malin Space Science Systems 
This image was taken by Mastcam: Left (MAST_LEFT) onboard NASA's Mars rover Curiosity on Sol 32 (2012-09-08 00:32:11 UTC) .  
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