Talks and Poster Presentations (with Proceedings-Entry):

R. R. Müller, A. Bereyhi, C. Mecklenbräuker:
"Oversampled Adaptive Sensing with Random Projections";
Talk: Information Theory and Applications Workshop (ITA 2018), San Diego (CA), USA (invited); 02-11-2018 - 02-16-2018; in: "Information Theory and Applications Workshop (ITA 2018)", (2018).

English abstract:
We develop a Bayesian framework for sensing which adapts the sensing time and/or basis functions to the instantaneous sensing quality measured in terms of the expected posterior mean-squared error. For sparse Gaussian sources a significant reduction in average sensing time and/or mean-squared error is achieved in comparison to non-adaptive sensing. For compression ratio 3, a sparse 10% Gaussian source and equal average sensing times, the proposed method gains about 2 dB over the performance bound of optimum compressive sensing, about 3 dB over non-adaptive 3-fold oversampled orthogonal sensing and about 6 to 7 dB to LASSO-based recovery schemes while enjoying polynomial time complexity.
We utilize that in the presence of Gaussian noise the mean-squared error conditioned on the current observation is proportional to the derivative of the conditional mean estimate with respect to this observation.

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