Friday, October 24, 2014

SparsePR: Robust Sparse Phase Retrieval Made Easy - implementation -

Robust Sparse Phase Retrieval Made Easy by Mark Iwen, Aditya Viswanathan, Yang Wang

In this short note we propose a simple two-stage sparse phase retrieval strategy that uses a near-optimal number of measurements, and is both computationally efficient and robust to measurement noise. In addition, the proposed strategy is fairly general, allowing for a large number of new measurement constructions and recovery algorithms to be designed with minimal effort.  
The implementation of SparsePR is here. SparsePR uses CVX and TFOCS.
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