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 Title & Authors
Multipath Matching Pursuit Using Prior Information
Min, Byeongcheon; Park, Daeyoung;
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 Abstract
Compressive sensing can recover an original sparse signal from a few measurements. Its performance is affected by the number of non-zero elements in the signal. The knowledge of partial locations of non-zero elements can improve the recovery performance. In this paper, we apply the partial location knowledge to the multipath matching pursuit. The numerical results show it improves the signal recovery performance and the channel estimation performance in the ITU-VB channel.
 Keywords
Compressive sensing;channel estimation;multipath matching pursuit(MMP);orthogonal frequency division multiplexing(OFDM);
 Language
Korean
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