Evangelos Zimos

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The classical compressed sensing (CS) paradigm can be modified so as to leverage a signal correlated to the signal of interest, called side information, which is assumed to be provided a priori at the decoder in order to aid reconstruction. In this work, we propose a novel CS reconstruction method based on belief propagation principles, which manages to(More)
Correlated data gathering in body area networks calls for systems that perform efficient compression and reliable transmission of the measurements, while imposing a small computational burden at the sensors. Highly-efficient compression mechanisms, e.g., adaptive arithmetic entropy encoding, do not address the problem adequately, as they have high(More)
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