Compressed Sensing and Big Data
Every discussion on Big Data usually includes a passing reference to the ubiquity of sensors: as we collect more data through sensors, we’ll need tools to take advantage of data. The focus has been primarily on the tools that help you store & manage, visualize & summarize, and finally analyze and make sense of Big Data collections. Since the leading Big Data innovators have tended to be web companies, data acquisition has often involved data exhaust or crawled data. The mechanics and details of collecting data from the physical world has garnered less attention.
Consider common examples such as digital images, video, or audio.