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Compressive Sensing Simple Example 1.0
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Compressive Sensing Simple Example 1.0
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Compressive Sensing Simple Example 1.0 Description
Description: This very simple example of L1 minimization is reproduced for implementation on matlab. The original example was posted on Rip's Applied
Mathematics Blog on March 28, 2011 entitled "Compressed Sensing: the L1
norm finds sparse solutions".

One needs to download the L1-MAGIC package in order to perform the l1 minimization on matlab.

This example was very good for illustrating how L1 minimization can identify a sparse vector. Here x is the sparse vector. A is the kxN incoherent matrix and B are the coefficients. The example shows how we can find the original x. xp should be approximately equal to x.

License: Shareware

Related: Order, perform, illustrating, Package, Magic, Download, identify, Vector

O/S:BSD, Linux, Solaris, Mac OS X

File Size: 10.0 KB

Downloads: 31



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