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Minimum Complexity Pursuit for Universal Compressed Sensing

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3 Author(s)
Jalali, S. ; Dept. of Electr. Eng., Princeton Univ., Princeton, NJ, USA ; Maleki, A. ; Baraniuk, R.G.

The nascent field of compressed sensing is founded on the fact that high-dimensional signals with simple structure can be recovered accurately from just a small number of randomized samples. Several specific kinds of structures have been explored in the literature, from sparsity and group sparsity to low-rankness. However, two fundamental questions have been left unanswered. What are the general abstract meanings of structure and simplicity? Do there exist universal algorithms for recovering such simple structured objects from fewer samples than their ambient dimension? In this paper, we address these two questions. Using algorithmic information theory tools such as the Kolmogorov complexity, we provide a unified definition of structure and simplicity. Leveraging this new definition, we develop and analyze an abstract algorithm for signal recovery motivated by Occam's Razor. Minimum complexity pursuit (MCP) requires approximately 2κ randomized samples to recover a signal of complexity κ and ambient dimension n. We also discuss the performance of the MCP in the presence of measurement noise and with approximately simple signals.

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Information Theory, IEEE Transactions on  (Volume:60 ,  Issue: 4 )

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April 2014

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