The DSP literature increases steadily with more or less useful papers. Sometime, a potential promising ideas get little notice. It could be that the paper (if not obviously wrong) has not reached its target audience. For instance an algorithm designed for images, with little added value, could make sense in signal. Or possibly its known applications are poor, or mismatched.
At SE.DSP, there is an audience with wide interests, a lot of applications. While we should avoid opinion-based Q&A:
- would it be interesting to expose an idea from a published source?
- could we ask whether somebody has tried similar stuff, or know types of data for which the idea could be interesting?
While this is not the main business model for SE, this could enrich the overall knowledge and promote collaborations between users.