Adaptive sampling for fast sparsity pattern recovery
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In this paper we propose a low complexity adaptive algorithm for lossless compressive sampling and reconstruction of sparse signals. Consider a sparse non-negative real signal x containing only k << n non-zero values. The sampling process obtains m measurements by a linear projection y = Ax and, in order to minimize the complexity, we quantize them to binary values. We also define the measurement matrix A to be binary and sparse, enabling the use of a simple message passing algorithm over a graph. We show how to adaptively construct this matrix in a multi-stage process that sequentially reduces the search space until the sparsity pattern is perfectly recovered. As verified by simulation results, the process requires O(n) operations and O(k log(n/k)) samples
CitationRamirez, F.; Matas, D.; Lamarca, M. Adaptive sampling for fast sparsity pattern recovery. A: European Signal Processing Conference. "EUSIPCO 2011: 19th European Signal Processing Conference". Barcelona: 2011, p. 348-352.