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Meyer/Basarab paper August 18, 2010

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this is what I’m reading through right now: “A variant on the compressed sensing of Emmanuel Candes,” by Yves Meyer and Matei Basarab. I’m not done with it, but it involves reconstructing a function by sub-Nyquist sampling of its Fourier coefficients, using an \ell^1-minimization technique. It’s a generalization of a theorem by Terence Tao about functions on finite fields. Looks to be interesting.

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1. Igor Carron - August 19, 2010

Sarah,

You may have noted that Meyer just received the Gauss prize at the ICM.

Igor.

Sarah - August 20, 2010

Yes, I did notice, and congratulations to him.


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