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—We consider algorithms and recovery guarantees for the analysis sparse model in which the signal is sparse with respect to a highly coherent frame. We consider the use of a monotone version of the fast iterative shrinkage-thresholding algorithm (MFISTA) to solve the analysis sparse recovery problem. Since the proximal operator in MFISTA does not have a… (More)

—In this letter, we consider the problem of direction of arrival estimation using sparsity enforced reconstruction methods. Co-prime arrays with sensors are utilized to increase the degrees of the freedom from to. The key to the success of sparse-based direction of arrival estimation is that every target must fall on the predefined grid. Off-grid targets… (More)

—We consider the problem of direction of arrival (DOA) estimation using a newly proposed structure of non-uniform linear arrays, referred to as co-prime arrays, in this paper. By exploiting the second order statistical information of the received signals, co-prime arrays exhibit O(M N) degrees of freedom with only M + N sensors. A sparsity based recovery… (More)

- Peng Yang, Zhao Tan, Ami Wiesel, Arye Nehorai
- 2013

—Phasor measurement units (PMUs) are time synchronized sensors primarily used for power system state estimation. Despite their increasing incorporation and the ongoing research on state estimation using measurements from these sensors, estimation with imperfect phase synchronization has not been sufficiently investigated. Inaccurate synchronization is an… (More)

In traditional compressed sensing theory, the dictionary matrix is given a priori, whereas in real applications this matrix suffers from random noise and fluctuations. In this paper we consider a signal model where each column in the dictionary matrix is affected by a structured noise. This formulation is common in problems such as radar signal processing… (More)

In traditional compressed sensing theory, the dictionary matrix is given a priori, whereas in real applications this matrix suffers from random noise and fluctuations. In this paper we consider a signal model where each column in the dictionary matrix is affected by a structured noise. This formulation is common in direction-of-arrival (DOA) estimation of… (More)

—In traditional compressed sensing theory, the dictionary matrix is given a priori, while in real applications this matrix suffers from random noise and fluctuations. This paper considers a signal model where each column in the dictionary matrix is affected by a structured noise. This formulation is common in radar related applications and… (More)

—In this paper, we propose a new model of demand response management for the future smart grid that integrates plug-in electric vehicles and renewable distributed generators. A price scheme considering fluctuation cost is developed. We consider a market where users have the flexibility to sell back the energy generated from their distributed generators or… (More)

—We consider the problem of direction of arrival (DOA) estimation using a newly proposed structure of co-prime arrays. A continuous sparse recovery method is implemented in order to increase resolution. We show that in the noiseless case one can theoretically detect up to MN 2 sources with only 2M + N sensors via continuous sparse recovery. The noise… (More)