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A Deep Learning Approach to Block-based Compressed Sensing of Images

  title={A Deep Learning Approach to Block-based Compressed Sensing of Images},
  author={Amir Adler and David Boublil and Michael Elad and Michael Zibulevsky},
Compressed sensing (CS) is a signal processing framework for efficiently reconstructing a signal from a small number of measurements, obtained by linear projections of the signal. Block-based CS is a lightweight CS approach that is mostly suitable for processing very high-dimensional images and videos: it operates on local patches, employs a low-complexity reconstruction operator and requires significantly less memory to store the sensing matrix. In this paper we present a deep learning… 

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