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Revisit Dictionary Learning for Video Compressive Sensing under the Plug-and-Play Framework

@article{Yang2021RevisitDL,
  title={Revisit Dictionary Learning for Video Compressive Sensing under the Plug-and-Play Framework},
  author={Qing Yang and Yaping Zhao},
  journal={ArXiv},
  year={2021},
  volume={abs/2110.04966}
}
Aiming at high-dimensional (HD) data acquisition and analysis, snapshot compressive imaging (SCI) obtains the 2D compressed measurement of HD data with optical imaging systems and reconstructs HD data using compressive sensing algorithms. While the Plug-and-Play (PnP) framework offers an emerging solution to SCI reconstruction, its intrinsic denoising process is still a challenging problem. Unfortunately, existing denoisers in the PnP framework either suffer limited performance or require… 

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