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Recent advances in various fields such as telecommunications, biomedicine and economics, among others, have created enormous amount of data that are often characterized by their huge size and high dimensionality. It has become evident, from research in the past couple of decades, that sparsity is a flexible and powerful notion when dealing with these data, both from empirical and theoretical viewpoints. In this survey, we review some of the most popular techniques to exploit sparsity, fordoi:10.1093/nsr/nwx069 fatcat:oehckljimvfgbotyzo5azd3vny