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From: Universal and efficient compressed sensing by spread spectrum and application to realistic Fourier imaging techniques

Figure 4

Probability of recovery ϵ of 10-sparse signals as a function of the number measurement m obtained with the measurement matrix (12) for two different sparsity basis: the Dirac basis (left) and the Fourier basis (right). The continuous black curve corresponds to the probability of recovery for w ̄ =0. The dot-dashed blue curve corresponds to the probability of recovery for w ̄ =0.1. The dashed black curve corresponds to the probability of recovery for w ̄ =0.25. The continuous red curve corresponds to the probability of recovery for w ̄ =0.5.

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