Design of Compressed Sensing System With Probability-Based Prior Information

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Design of Compressed Sensing System With Probability-Based Prior Information

By: 
Qianru Jiang; Sheng Li; Zhihui Zhu; Huang Bai ; Xiongxiong He; Rodrigo C. de Lamare

This paper deals with the design of a sensing matrix along with a sparse recovery algorithm by utilizing the probability-based prior information for compressed sensing systems. With the knowledge of the probability for each atom of the dictionary being used, a diagonal weighted matrix is obtained and then the sensing matrix is designed by minimizing a weighted function such that the Gram of the equivalent dictionary is as close to the Gram of dictionary as possible. An analytical solution for the corresponding sensing matrix is derived that requires low computational complexity. We also exploit this prior information through the sparse recovery stage and propose a probability-driven orthogonal matching pursuit algorithm that improves the accuracy of the recovery. Simulations for synthetic data and application scenarios of video streaming are carried out to compare the performance of the proposed methods with some existing algorithms. The results reveal that the proposed compressed sensing (CS) approach outperforms existing CS systems.

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