Compressed Sensing - A New mode of Measurement

In Nicola Mößner & Alfred Nordmann (eds.), Reasoning in Measurement: History and Philosophy of Technoscience Volume 9. New York, USA: Routledge (2017)
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After introducing the concept of compressed sensing as a complementary measurement mode to the classical Shannon-Nyquist approach, I discuss some of the drivers, potential challenges and obstacles to its implementation. I end with a speculative attempt to embed compressed sensing as an enabling methodology within the emergence of data-driven discovery. As a consequence I predict the growth of non-nomological sciences where heuristic correlations will find applications but often bypass conventional pure basic and use-inspired basic research stages due to the lack of verifiable hypotheses.
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