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Random sampling: new insights into the reconstruction of coarsely-sampled wavefields Hennenfent, Gilles; Herrmann, Felix J.


In this paper, we turn the interpolation problem of coarsely-sampled data into a denoising problem. From this point of view, we illustrate the benefit of random sampling at sub-Nyquist rate over regular sampling at the same rate. We show that, using nonlinear sparsity promoting optimization, coarse random sampling may actually lead to significantly better wavefield reconstruction than equivalent regularly sampled data.

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