Tuesday, November 19, 2013

Learning Intuitive Compressive Sensing

I was talking recently to someone about the fact that one of the interesting thing to come out of  the whole Compressive Sensing research effort is how the community has grown fast because of the sharing of codes in order to adhere to some reproducible research standards. In that vein, Gary Ballantyne and Martin Clark sent me the following intriguing email on the learning side of things:

As a start-up we're finding our feet in the world of community-based modelling and computation. As part of that process we'd like to offer the compressive sensing community a place to host an interactive tutorial--as a resource for newcomers, students and teachers--on puzlet.com. We've made a start (in two parts): 
There is code to run on the site (in sandboxes), and for navigation try the escape key and reading the "Keyboard shortcuts and tips".
However, we're not experts and we'd welcome any feedback. Our goal was to take someone with a basic technical background to the point where they could appreciate the broad stokes of a journal paper (in that sense, we wrote it for ourselves). Ultimately the tutorial will be community edited, but for now we will just use info@haulashore.com for requests and feedback.
Many thanks,
Thanks Gary !

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David Friedman said...

The puzlet.com site refuses to talk to a browser that's not Chrome or Safari. Why the discrimination against Firefox users - not to mention MSIE?

David Friedman

GJB said...

Nothing sinister, just limited resources. Supporting all the major browsers is high on our to-do list.