Sub-Linear Time Compressed Sensing for Support Recovery Using Left and Right Regular Sparse-Graph Codes
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© 2016 IEEE. In , , two schemes have been proposed to recover the support of a K-sparse N-dimensional signal from noisy linear measurements. Both schemes use left-regular sparse-graph code based sensing matrices and a simple peeling-based decoding algorithm. Both the schemes require O(K logN) measurements and the first scheme require O(N logN) computations whereas the second scheme requires O(K logN) computations (sub-linear time complexity when K is sub-linear in N). We show that by replacing the left-regular ensemble with left and right regular ensemble, we can reduce the number of measurements required of these schemes to the optimal order of O(K log N/K) with decoding complexities of O(K log N/K) and O(N log N/K), respectively.
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Vem, A., Janakiraman, N. T., & Narayanan, K.