Multi-resolution Compressive Sensing Reconstruction

02/18/2016 ∙ by Adriana González, et al. ∙ 0

We consider the problem of reconstructing an image from compressive measurements using a multi-resolution grid. In this context, the reconstructed image is divided into multiple regions, each one with a different resolution. This problem arises in situations where the image to reconstruct contains a certain region of interest (RoI) that is more important than the rest. Through a theoretical analysis and simulation experiments we show that the multi-resolution reconstruction provides a higher quality of the RoI compared to the traditional single-resolution approach.

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