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- signal contaminated with additive Gaussian noise, and provide an extensive review of the vast literature ... sample sizes, test functions, signal-to-noise ratios and wavelet filters. Because there...
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- unknown dynamic systems. The signal-to-noise ratio of the measurements is quite high, which ... behaviour, and not so much on the noise rejection properties. The benchmark is not intended...
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- respect to four performance metrics: dynamic range, noise stability, sparsity, and resolution. With respect ... dynamic range and noise stability, BLOOMP is the best performer. With respect to sparsity, BLOOMP...
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