Optimized orthogonal matching pursuit approach


An adaptive procedure for signal representation is proposed. The representation is built up through functions (atoms) selected from a redundant family (dictionary). At each iteration, the algorithm gives rise to an approximation of a given signal, which is guaranteed 1) to be the orthogonal projection of a signal onto the subspace generated by the selected atoms and 2) to minimize the norm of the corresponding residual error. The approach is termed optimized orthogonal matching pursuit because it improves upon the earlier proposed matching pursuit and orthogonal matching pursuit approaches.

Publication DOI: https://doi.org/10.1109/LSP.2002.1001652
Divisions: College of Engineering & Physical Sciences > School of Informatics and Digital Engineering > Mathematics
College of Engineering & Physical Sciences > Systems analytics research institute (SARI)
College of Engineering & Physical Sciences > School of Informatics and Digital Engineering > Computer Science
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Uncontrolled Keywords: Adaptive signal representation,Dictionary atoms,Matching pursuit,Nonorthogonal atomic decomposition,Nonorthogonal signal representation,Subset selection,Electrical and Electronic Engineering,Signal Processing
Publication ISSN: 1558-2361
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Published Date: 2002-08-07
Authors: Rebollo-Neira, Laura (ORCID Profile 0000-0002-7420-8977)
Lowe, David



Version: Accepted Version

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