Analysis and synthesis methods in compressive signal processing

Applied and Computational Mathematics Seminar
Monday, April 28, 2014 - 2:00pm
1 hour (actually 50 minutes)
Skiles 005
Claremont McKenna College
In this talk we will discuss results for robust signal reconstruction from random observations via synthesis and analysis methods in compressive signal processing (CSP). CSP is a new and exciting field which arose as an efficient alternative to traditional signal acquisition techniques. Using a (usually random) projection, signals are measured directly in compressed form, and methods are then needed to recover the signal from those measurements. Synthesis methods attempt to identify the low-dimensional representation of the signal directly, whereas analysis type methods reconstruct in signal space. We also discuss special cases including provable near-optimal reconstruction guarantees for total-variation minimization and new techniques in super-resolution.