Thursday, January 24, 2013

Structure-Based Bayesian Sparse Reconstruction - implementation -

Structure-Based Bayesian Sparse Reconstruction by Ahmed A. Quadeer and Tareq Y. Al-Naffouri/ The abstract reads
Sparse signal reconstruction algorithms have attracted research attention due to their wide applications in various fields. In this paper, we present a simple Bayesian approach that utilizes the sparsity constraint and a priori statistical information (Gaussian or otherwise) to obtain near optimal estimates. In addition, we make use of the rich structure of the sensing matrix encountered in many signal processing applications to develop a fast sparse recovery algorithm. The computational complexity of the proposed algorithm is relatively low compared with the widely used convex relaxation methods as well as greedy matching pursuit techniques, especially at a low sparsity rate.
The attendant code is here.

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