Here is what happened since the last Nuit Blanche in Review (March 2013). When adding the three feeds together, Nuit Blanche has a combined readership through RSS of about

*. In light of the upcoming shutdown of Google Reader, I pointed to John Cook's crowdsourced answer in one of the traditional around the webs in 78 hours. Those "around the webs in 78 hours" posts are a compilation of other's blogs items of interest. It really is a blogroll of some kind, except more lively. I don't know if Andrew is also concerned about the issue of Reader's demise but he made a blogroll post yesterday that kindly featured Nuit Blanche. It is only with crosslinks like these that the blogs will weather the impending issues related to Google Reader's shutdown on July 1st. Check the comment's of Bourbaki here on the subject. When looking at the log files, I note an increased amount of readers coming from Feedly but it may not be a trend yet. I personally look forward to a great replacement for offline reading. To keep in touch, you can use the RSS feed to subscribe to the RSS from another reader, you can also link to Nuit Blanche from your website like Mark Davenport, You can subscribe to Nuit Blanche by Email or you can also join the Google+ Community, the CompressiveSensing subreddit, the LinkedIn Compressive Sensing group or the Matrix Factorization group.***2500**
In this past month, we've had:

- Eleven implementations made available by their authors and
~~soon to be~~added to the Reproducible Research Page. Let us note the appearance of an implementation toward compressive hardware calibration, one on nonlinear compressive sensing, one on phase transition determination, one on the connection between the cross and bouquet approach and a greedy algorithm and finally field reconstruction issues. - Four Sunday Morning Insights including a review. Guess which one got the most attention ?
- Four meetings announcements
- Two posts on hardware development, mostly using current camera technology.
- Six posts of featured Papers and preprints
- Four Nuit Blanche Reader's reviews and Around the webs
- one job announcement, one dataset and one op-ed.

As a reminder, all other Nuit Blanche Monthly Reviews are at:

Here is the list of entries:

Implementations, adding one month to 19 months of Reproducible Research

Sunday Morning Insights

Meetings announcements

Nuit Blanche Reader's reviews and Around the webs:

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Implementations, adding one month to 19 months of Reproducible Research

- Correcting Errors in Linear Measurements and Compressed Sensing of Multiple Sources - implementation -
- Greedy Approach for Subspace Clustering from Corrupted and Incomplete Data - implementation -
- Greedy Approach for Low-Rank Matrix Recovery - implementation -
- Sparsity Averaging Reweighted Analysis (SARA) - implementation -
- Bayesian methods for gene expression factor analysis - implementation -
- MOUSSE: Multiscale Online Union of SubSpaces Estimation - implementation -
- GAGA: GPU Accelerated Greedy Algorithms - implementation -
- GESPAR: Efficient Phase Retrieval of Sparse Signals and QCS: Sparsity based sub-wavelength imaging) -implementations-
- A Q&A with Nikolaos Freris and Anastasios Zouzias: Randomized Extended Kaczmarz - implementation -
- Model-Based Calibration of Filter Imperfections in the Random Demodulator for Compressive Sensing - implementation -
- NACHOS: Nearfield Acoustic Holography using sparsity and compressive sampling principles - implementation -

Sunday Morning Insights

- Sunday Morning Insight: Compressive Sensing, What is it good for ?
- Sunday Morning Insight: A review
- Sunday Morning Insight: Game of Thrones and the History of Compressive Sensing
- Sunday Morning Insight: How to spot a compressive sensing system, the case of Fourier Transform Infra-Red Spectroscopy

Meetings announcements

Videos/Slides/Presentations:

- Slides: Fête Parisienne in Computation, Inference and Optimization: A Young Researchers' Forum
- It's Friday, It's Hamming's Time: Learning to Learn by Richard Hamming, "You Get What You Measure" / "Error-Correcting Codes"
- Abstracts of the Workshop on Sparse Representation of Functions: Analytic and Computational Aspects
- Compressive Sensing: What Is It Good For ?
- Saturday Morning Videos
- Saturday Morning Videos
- Saturday Morning Videos

Hardware Development:

Featured Papers and preprints:

- Compressive System Identification (CSI): Theory and Applications of Exploiting Sparsity in the Analysis of High-Dimensional Dynamical Systems
- The Long Post of the Month (Part I)
- Robust error correction for real-valued signals via message-passing decoding and spatial coupling
- Faster Randomized Kaczmarz
- Toward real-time quantum imaging with a single pixel camera
- Bending JL: Efﬁcient Coding of Signal Distances Using Universal Quantized Embeddings

Jobs:

Dataset:

Dataset:

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