L1-magic : Recovery of Sparse Signals via Convex programming by Emmanuel Cand è s and Justin Romberg. Caltech October 2005 Compressive Sensing Tutorial PART 2 Svetlana Avramov-Zamurovic January 22, 2009. Definitions. X desired vector (N elements), K sparse Y measurements (M elements), K<M<N
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Caltech October 2005
Compressive Sensing Tutorial PART 2
January 22, 2009.
Gabriel PeyréCNRS, CEREMADE, Université Paris Dauphine.
Justin RombergSchool of Electrical and Computer EngineeringGeorgia Tech
When x, A, b have real-valued entries, (P1) can be recast as an LP.
% load random states for repeatable experiments
rand_state=1;randn_state=1;rand('state', rand_state);randn('state', randn_state);
N = 512;% signal length
T = 20;% number of spikes in the signal
K = 120;% number of observations to make
x = zeros(N,1);q = randperm(N);x(q(1:T)) = sign(randn(T,1));
% random +/- 1 signal% %SAZ original signal to be recovered
disp('Creating measurment matrix...');A = randn(K,N);A = orth(A')';disp('Done.');
y = A*x;% observations SAZ measurements
x0 = A'*y;% initial guess = min energy
xp = l1eq_pd(x0, A, , y, 1e-3); % solve the LP