Classical design of Analog-to-Information converters based on Compressive Sensing uses random projection matrices made of independent and identically distributed entries. Leveraging on previous work, we define a complete and extremely simple design flow that quantifies the statistical dependencies in projection matrices allowing the exploitation of non-uniformities in the distribution of the energy of the input signal. The energy-driven reconstruction concept and the effect of this design technique are justified and demonstrated by simulations reporting conspicuous savings in the number of measurements needed for signal reconstruction that approach 50%.

A rakeness-based design flow for Analog-to-Information conversion by Compressive Sensing / Valerio Cambareri;Mauro Mangia;Fabio Pareschi;Riccardo Rovatti;Gianluca Setti. - STAMPA. - (2013), pp. 1360-1363. (Intervento presentato al convegno Circuits and Systems (ISCAS), 2013 IEEE International Symposium on tenutosi a Beijing nel 19-23 maggio 2013).

A rakeness-based design flow for Analog-to-Information conversion by Compressive Sensing

CAMBARERI, VALERIO;MANGIA, MAURO;PARESCHI, FABIO;ROVATTI, RICCARDO;SETTI, GIANLUCA
2013

Abstract

Classical design of Analog-to-Information converters based on Compressive Sensing uses random projection matrices made of independent and identically distributed entries. Leveraging on previous work, we define a complete and extremely simple design flow that quantifies the statistical dependencies in projection matrices allowing the exploitation of non-uniformities in the distribution of the energy of the input signal. The energy-driven reconstruction concept and the effect of this design technique are justified and demonstrated by simulations reporting conspicuous savings in the number of measurements needed for signal reconstruction that approach 50%.
2013
2013 IEEE International Symposium on Circuits and Systems (ISCAS2013)
1360
1363
A rakeness-based design flow for Analog-to-Information conversion by Compressive Sensing / Valerio Cambareri;Mauro Mangia;Fabio Pareschi;Riccardo Rovatti;Gianluca Setti. - STAMPA. - (2013), pp. 1360-1363. (Intervento presentato al convegno Circuits and Systems (ISCAS), 2013 IEEE International Symposium on tenutosi a Beijing nel 19-23 maggio 2013).
Valerio Cambareri;Mauro Mangia;Fabio Pareschi;Riccardo Rovatti;Gianluca Setti
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