Deep Learning Sparse Ternary Projections for Compressed Sensing of Images

Compressed sensing (CS) is a sampling theory that allows reconstruction of sparse (or compressible) signals from an incomplete number of measurements, using of a sensing mechanism implemented by an appropriate projection matrix. The CS theory is based on random Gaussian projection matrices, which satisfy recovery guarantees with high probability; however, sparse ternary {0, -1, +1} projections are more suitable for hardware implementation... (read more)

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