Range-doppler radar target detection using denoising within the compressive sensing framework
Akin Sevimli, R.
European Signal Processing Conference
European Signal Processing Conference, EUSIPCO
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Compressive sensing (CS) idea enables the reconstruction of a sparse signal from a small set of measurements. CS approach has applications in many practical areas. One of the areas is radar systems. In this article, the radar ambiguity function is denoised within the CS framework. A new denoising method on the projection onto the epigraph set of the convex function is also developed for this purpose. This approach is compared to the other CS reconstruction algorithms. Experimental results are presented1. © 2014 EURASIP.
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