- an acceleration of work around AMP solvers from sparse recovery into matrix factorization.
- the move towards more complex signal structures (we are moving beyond simply cardinality and power laws and it's a about time)
- personally a somewhat better understanding of the analysis based approach
- a continuing slew of good solvers (BSBL, any of the AMP solvers)
- more implementation in C++/Python for reconstruction solvers
- The actual use of several places where people exchange views (LinkedIn also here, Google+ and Reddit).
- a few low level interesting hardware development, ghost imaging being one of them but also the potential replacement of the Anger logic, FREAK
- a few new results that render TV-minimization and NMF a more stable theoretical grounding
- a few promising approach such the QTT tensor factorization, manifold signal processing, Protein-DNA interaction.
- a surge in phase retrieval, blind deconvolution approaches
- a surge of code implementations made available by the researchers themselves (36 in the last three months), two or three are on Github. Our field is becoming a trailblazer when it comes to reproducible research.
- the birth of the RandNLA movement
- some continuing thoughts on post publication peer review process
- a series of compelling videos from GenomeTV
- a series of themes: Predicting the future, accidental cameras, Sunday Morning Insights, some Monthly Reviews
- Curiosity landing on Mars
Image Credit: NASA/JPL/Space Science Institute
N00199979.jpg was taken on December 30, 2012 and received on Earth December 31, 2012. The camera was pointing toward SATURN-ERING at approximately 1,048,438 miles (1,687,298 kilometers) away, and the image was taken using the CL1 and CL2 filters.
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