What about crosscutting issues ? Let us note that an implementation in [13] was eventually retired after a peer review [27] was done on it and was found to have a flaw, another paper was strengthened as a result. We are seeing a shift in the peer review world where Reddit, Google+, LinkedIn are already part of Peer Review Systems. If only you could get points out of those. Talking about sensing signals, we may be seeing the birth of a new sensor giant [23, 15] thanks to CMOS and the development of a start-up.[20].

In terms of theoretical development, we get to better know why the Non Negative Matrix Factorization (NMF) works and how it brings some lights in the calibration process [2]. Calibration was also central in a paper that took some time to come out [19]. similar issues were covered in [11, 19] and will be central to hardware development [16-23]. We were also witnessed to the development of new imaging modalities [12, 17, 18, 19, 20, 38, 40[ that are sometimes helped thanks to a compressive sensing approach.

We saw some new libraries for dealing with tensors [8.9] and some new schemes for group testing [35] while developing a new understanding of data matrices [8 , 11, 25]. Finally, the two Sunday Morning Insighta [24,25] triggered some interesting discussions.

The previous Nuit Blanche reviews can be found here.

- General Matching Pursuit (GMP): Is Matching Pursuit Solving Convex Problems?
- Robust Near-Separable Nonnegative Matrix Factorization Using Linear Optimization
- Robust Classification using Structured Sparse Representation
- See All by Looking at A Few: Sparse Modeling for Finding Representative Objects
- Sparse Manifold Clustering and Embedding
- Sparse Subspace Clustering: Algorithm, Theory, and Applications
- Robust Locally Linear Analysis with Applications to Image Denoising and Blind Inpainting
- GRASTACam OPEN CV and Q-TT Toolbox in Python
- Tensorlab and Complex Optimization Toolbox
- nimfa - A Python Library for Nonnegative Matrix Factorization Techniques
- Correcting Camera Shake by Incremental Sparse Approximation
- Adaptive Outlier Pursuit: Robust 1-bit Compressive Sensing and Matrix Completion
- That Netflix RMSE is way too low or is it ? ( Clustering-Based Matrix Factorization
- 6 PostDocs at Edinburgh
- CSJob: Signal processing summer internship Computational Sensing and Imaging Group, Rambus Labs, Sunnyvale, CA
- The Stanford 256x256 CMOS Image Sensor with ΔΣ-Based Single-Shot Compressed Sensing
- Efficient High-Dimensional Entanglement Imaging with a Compressive-Sensing Double-Pixel Camera
- Coded aperture compressive temporal imaging
- Coded Hyperspectral Imaging and Blind Compressive Sensing
- InView Announces Compressive Sensing Workstation
- Hardware Hacking: ParisEmbedded Meetup #2
- Analog to Information: Breaking the Nyquist barrier
- Rambus
- Sunday Morning Insight: Stripe Physics, Wavelets and Compressive Sensing Solvers
- Sunday Morning Insight: Phase Transitions and Eigen-gaps as Roadmaps.
- Reviews and abstracts of FFT2013, CAP10, ISSC2013, BASP2013, ITA2013
- This Week's Guardians of Science: Zeno Gantner and Peyman Milanfar
- Nuit Blanche Reader's Reviews
- Reddit, Google+, LinkedIn as Peer Review Systems
- A New Discovery Engine
- Negative reviews and the weak minded
- A projector-splitting integrator for dynamical low-rank approximation
- Compressive Principal Component Pursuit
- Exact Sparse Recovery with L0 Projections
- Non-adaptive pooling strategies for detection of rare faulty items / Improved Constructions for Non-adaptive Threshold Group Testing
- The Unbearable Lightness of Seeing
- Tolerance to Ambiguity: Sparsity and the Bayesian Perspective
- Binary Compressed Imaging
- The Fast Cauchy Transform and Faster Robust Linear Regression
- Finding the Visible in the Invisible
- Breaking the coherence barrier: asymptotic incoherence and asymptotic sparsity in compressed sensing
- Ben's Chicken Challenge
- Around the blogs in 78 hours
- Call for Interest in a CubeSat experiment
- Nuit Blanche in Review (January 2013 edition)

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