Comparison of compressed sensing based algorithms for sparse signal reconstruction

Çelik, Safa


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Nonlinear regression models are more common as compared to linear ones for real life cases e.g. climatology, biology, earthquake engineering, economics etc. However, nonlinear regression models are much more complex to fit and to interpret. Classical parameter estimation methods such as least squares and maximum likelihood can also be adopted to fit the model in nonlinear regression as well, but explicit solutions can not be achieved unlike linear models. At this point, iterative algorithms are utilized to ...
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Low-density parity-check (LDPC) codes are a subclass of linear block codes. These codes have parity-check matrices in which the ratio of the non-zero elements to all elements is low. This property is exploited in defining low complexity decoding algorithms. Low-density parity-check codes have good distance properties and error correction capability near Shannon limits. In this thesis, the sum-product and the bit-flip decoding algorithms for low-density parity-check codes are implemented on Intel Pentium M 1...
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S. Çelik, S. ERKÜÇÜK, and H. A. ÇIRPAN, “Comparison of compressed sensing based algorithms for sparse signal reconstruction,” 2016, Accessed: 00, 2020. [Online]. Available: