1st Tuesday Journal-Paper Club

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1st Tuesday Journal-Paper Club


PLEASE NOTE THE CHANGE OF VENUE. WE WILL BE GOING TO THE GERMAN CLUB

Sorry for the late notice about this month's event.

For our Fourth 1TJPC for 2017! Dr Greg Hislop (i.e. myself) will be the reader leader.  The paper I have selected for us this month is

D. Donoho and Y. Tsaig, "Fast Solution of 1-norm Minimization Problems When the Solution May be Sparse", Department of Statistics, Stanford University (2006)

The paper may be found at

https://pdfs.semanticscholar.org/6b83/92a93baaca38810415b1e826fa29d7d5f7af.pdf

This paper is a classic text on the subject of efficient deconvolution of a sparse signal. It's of personal interest as Roames uses a similar algorithm for detecting returns in a lidar pulse train. 

Please note the change of venue, we will be returning to the German Club as per the map/address below 

About the 1st Tuesday Journal-Paper Club: We meet usually on the 1st Tuesday of the month as the name suggests (inspired by the ABC TV series "1st Tuesday Book Club"). Each month, from amongst ourselves we identify a Reader Leader.  He or she picks a highly cited, 'top ten' or major-prize-winning article, preferably in an SPS or ComSoc journal. Through the month, each of us reads the article. At the next meeting, the Reader Leader leads a discussion of that article, starting with his/her own appraisal. In so doing, we all broaden our understanding of the field and further develop a sense of community.

1st Rule of 1st Tuesday Journal-Paper Club: tell everyone about 1st Tuesday Journal-Paper Club.

 

 

 



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  • 416 Vulture Street
  • East Brisbane, Queensland
  • Australia 4169
  • Building: The German Club

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  • Co-sponsored by Greg Hislop