By Professor Zhu Han, Professor Husheng Li, Professor Wotao Yin
Compressive sensing is a brand new sign processing paradigm that goals to encode sparse signs through the use of some distance decrease sampling premiums than these within the conventional Nyquist procedure. It is helping collect, shop, fuse and approach huge information units successfully and thoroughly. this technique, which hyperlinks information acquisition, compression, dimensionality aid and optimization, has attracted major consciousness from researchers and engineers in a variety of components. This accomplished reference develops a unified view on tips on how to contain successfully the belief of compressive sensing over diversified instant community situations, interweaving ideas from sign processing, optimization, info conception, communications and networking to deal with the problems in query from an engineering point of view. It allows scholars, researchers and communications engineers to enhance a operating wisdom of compressive sensing, together with heritage at the fundamentals of compressive sensing idea, an figuring out of its merits and obstacles, and the talents had to reap the benefits of compressive sensing in instant networks.
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Compressive Sensing for Wireless Networks by Professor Zhu Han, Professor Husheng Li, Professor Wotao Yin