Special Issue "Compressive Sensing and Its Applications"
A special issue of Signals (ISSN 2624-6120).
Deadline for manuscript submissions: closed (30 June 2022) | Viewed by 3070
Interests: statistical signal processing; digital communications; error correction coding; machine learning
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The advancement of compressive sensing and sparse signal processing has received a lot of attention in academia and industry over the last two decades. This technique allows efficient sub-Nyquist sampling with reasonable accuracy by smartly collecting the important information of the underlying sparse/compressible signal and reconstruct the signal using sparse recovery algorithms. There have been many works related to the theory of compressive sensing, including sampling methods, and the associated reconstruction algorithms via convex optimization, sparse Bayesian learning, and greedy algorithms. However, due to the wide applicability of compressive sensing, there is still room for advancements on the theoretical aspects of sensing methods and the reconstruction algorithms to make the overall processing more efficient and with higher accuracy. There are also opportunities for developments which exploit the particular properties of underlying signal models. With the wide applications of compressive sensing in areas such as imaging, biomedical engineering, mining engineering, civil engineering, and many more, various scientists and engineering have been attracted to the compressive sensing technique.
This special issue of Signals aims to be a forum for presentation of new, improved, and developing techniques in the general area of compressive sensing.
This Special Issue will accept unpublished original papers and comprehensive reviews with topics related to the following areas:
- The theory and advancement of compressive sensing
- Detection and estimation of signals using compressive sensing
- Sparse recovery using variational Bayes inference, MCMC method, etc.
- Compressive sensing using machine learning methods (supervised and unsupervised)
- Recent applications of compressive sensing
- Implementation of compressive sensing in real-world problems such as communications, Radar, camera, video, biomedical engineering, etc.
- Application of compressive sensing in big-data
- Statistical modeling techniques for compressive sensing and sparse signal recovery
- Review on the compressive sensing theory and applications
- Hardware implementation of compressive sensing
- Deep compressive sensing
Dr. Mohammad Shekaramiz
Prof. Dr. Todd K. Moon
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