Compressive Sensing for Wireless Communication: Challenges and Opportunities Hardback
Part of the River Publishers Series in Communications series
Compressed Sensing (CS) is a promising method that recovers the sparse and compressible signals from severely under-sampled measurements.
CS can be applied to wireless communication to enhance its capabilities.
As this technology is proliferating, it is possible to explore its need and benefits for emerging applicationsCompressive Sensing for Wireless Communication provides:* A clear insight into the basics of compressed sensing* A thorough exploration of applying CS to audio, image and computer vision* Different dimensions of applying CS in Cognitive radio networks* CS in wireless sensor network for spatial compression and projection* Real world problems/projects that can be implemented and tested* Efficient methods to sample and reconstruct the images in resource constrained WMSN environmentThis book provides the details of CS and its associated applications in a thorough manner.
It lays a direction for students and new engineers and prepares them for developing new tasks within the field of CS.
It is an indispensable companion for practicing engineers who wish to learn about the emerging areas of interest.
- Format: Hardback
- Pages: 494 pages
- Publisher: River Publishers
- Publication Date: 25/09/2016
- Category: Communications engineering / telecommunications
- ISBN: 9788793379855
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