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Overview of compressed sensing: sensing model, reconstruction algorithm, and its applications


Li,  Lixiang
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Fang,  Yuan
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Liu,  Liwei
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Peng,  Haipeng
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Kurths,  Jürgen
Potsdam Institute for Climate Impact Research;

Yang,  Yixian
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Li, L., Fang, Y., Liu, L., Peng, H., Kurths, J., Yang, Y. (2020): Overview of compressed sensing: sensing model, reconstruction algorithm, and its applications. - Applied Sciences, 10, 17, 5909.

Cite as: https://publications.pik-potsdam.de/pubman/item/item_24680
With the development of intelligent networks such as the Internet of Things, network scales are becoming increasingly larger, and network environments increasingly complex, which brings a great challenge to network communication. The issues of energy-saving, transmission efficiency, and security were gradually highlighted. Compressed sensing (CS) helps to simultaneously solve those three problems in the communication of intelligent networks. In CS, fewer samples are required to reconstruct sparse or compressible signals, which breaks the restrict condition of a traditional Nyquist–Shannon sampling theorem. Here, we give an overview of recent CS studies, along the issues of sensing models, reconstruction algorithms, and their applications. First, we introduce several common sensing methods for CS, like sparse dictionary sensing, block-compressed sensing, and chaotic compressed sensing. We also present several state-of-the-art reconstruction algorithms of CS, including the convex optimization, greedy, and Bayesian algorithms. Lastly, we offer recommendation for broad CS applications, such as data compression, image processing, cryptography, and the reconstruction of complex networks. We discuss works related to CS technology and some CS essentials.