Dimensionality reduction via compressive sensing
Compressive sensing is an emerging field predicated upon the fact that, if a signal has a sparse representation in some basis, then it can be almost exactly reconstructed from very few random measurements. Many signals and natural images, for example under the wavelet basis, have very sparse representations, thus those signals and images can be recovered from a small amount of measurements with very high accuracy. This paper is concerned with the dimensionality reduction problem based on the...[Show more]
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