Xiangming Meng

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An alternative derivation for the well-known approximate message passing (AMP) algorithm proposed by Donoho is presented in this letter. Compared with the original derivation, which exploits central limit theorem and Taylor expansion to simplify belief propagation (BP), our derivation resorts to expectation propagation (EP) and the neglect of high-order(More)
—In this paper, we address the problem of recovering complex-valued signals from a set of complex-valued linear measurements. Approximate message passing (AMP) is one state-of-the-art algorithm to recover real-valued sparse signals. However, the extension of AMP to complex-valued case is nontrivial and no detailed and rigorous derivation has been explicitly(More)
—We consider the problem of recovering clustered sparse signals with no prior knowledge of the sparsity pattern. Beyond simple sparsity, signals of interest often exhibits an underlying sparsity pattern which, if leveraged, can improve the reconstruction performance. However, the sparsity pattern is usually unknown a priori. Inspired by the idea of(More)
—Sparse code multiple access (SCMA) scheme is considered to be one promising non-orthogonal multiple access technology for the future fifth generation (5G) communications. Due to the sparse nature, message passing algorithm (MPA) has been used at the receiver to achieve close to maximum likelihood (ML) detection performance with much lower complexity.(More)
This work presents a controlled reduction method for the selective synthesis of different sized gold nanoclusters protected by thiolate (SR = SC2H4Ph). Starting with Au(III) salt, all the syntheses of Aun(SR)m nanoclusters with (n, m) = (20, 16), (24, 20), (39, 29), and (40, 30) necessitate experimental conditions of slow stirring and slow reduction of(More)
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