Title

Sparse Approximation Property and Stable Recovery of Sparse Signals From Noisy Measurements

Authors

Authors

Q. Y. Sun

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Abbreviated Journal Title

IEEE Trans. Signal Process.

Keywords

Additive noise; approximation methods; compressed sensing; signal; reconstruction; L(1) MINIMIZATION; RECONSTRUCTION; Engineering, Electrical & Electronic

Abstract

In this correspondence, we introduce a sparse approximation property of order for a measurement matrix A : parallel to x(s)parallel to(2) <= D parallel to Ax parallel to(2) + beta(sigma(s)(x))/root s for all x, where x(s) is the best s-sparse approximation of the vector x in l(5), sigma(s)(x) is the s-sparse approximation error of the vector x in l(1), and D and beta are positive constants. The sparse approximation property for a measurement matrix can be thought of as a weaker version of its restricted isometry property and a stronger version of its null space property. In this correspondence, we show that the sparse approximation property is an appropriate condition on a measurement matrix to consider stable recovery of any compressible signal from its noisy measurements. In particular, we show that any compressible signal can be stably recovered from its noisy measurements via solving an l(1)-minimization problem if the measurement matrix has the sparse approximation property with beta is an element of (0, 1), and conversely the measurement matrix has the sparse approximation property with beta is an element of (0, infinity) if any compressible signal can be stably recovered from its noisy measurements via solving an l(1)-minimization problem.

Journal Title

Ieee Transactions on Signal Processing

Volume

59

Issue/Number

10

Publication Date

1-1-2011

Document Type

Article

Language

English

First Page

5086

Last Page

5090

WOS Identifier

WOS:000297111500048

ISSN

1053-587X

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