High resolution sparse estimation of exponentially decaying twodimensional signals
(2014) 22nd European Signal Processing Conference  EUSIPCO 2014 In European Signal Processing Conference Abstract
 In this work, we consider the problem of highresolution estimation of the parameters detailing a twodimensional (2D) signal consisting of an unknown number of exponentially decaying sinusoidal components. Interpreting the estimation problem as a block (or group) sparse representation problem allows the decoupling of the 2D data structure into a sum of outerproducts of 1D damped sinusoidal signals with unknown damping and frequency. The resulting nonzero blocks will represent each of the 1D damped sinusoids, which may then be used as nonparametric estimates of the corresponding 1D signals; this implies that the sought 2D modes may be estimated using a sequence of 1D optimization problems.
The resulting sparse... (More)  In this work, we consider the problem of highresolution estimation of the parameters detailing a twodimensional (2D) signal consisting of an unknown number of exponentially decaying sinusoidal components. Interpreting the estimation problem as a block (or group) sparse representation problem allows the decoupling of the 2D data structure into a sum of outerproducts of 1D damped sinusoidal signals with unknown damping and frequency. The resulting nonzero blocks will represent each of the 1D damped sinusoids, which may then be used as nonparametric estimates of the corresponding 1D signals; this implies that the sought 2D modes may be estimated using a sequence of 1D optimization problems.
The resulting sparse representation problem is solved using an iterative ADMMbased algorithm, after which the damping and frequency parameter can be estimated by a sequence of simple 1D optimization problems. (Less)
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 Adalbjörnsson, Stefan Ingi ^{LU} ; Swärd, Johan ^{LU} and Jakobsson, Andreas ^{LU}
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 2014
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 Sparse signal modeling, Spectral analysis, Sparse reconstruction, Parameter estimation, ADMM.
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 European Signal Processing Conference
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 5 pages
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 22nd European Signal Processing Conference  EUSIPCO 2014
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 22195491
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