Tensor-based Match Pursuit Algorithm for MIMO Radar Imaging
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In MIMO radar, existing sparse imaging algorithms commonly vectorize the receiving data, which will destroy the multi-dimension structure of signal and cause the algorithm performance decline. In this paper, the sparsity characteristic and multi-dimension characteristic of signals are considered simultaneously and a new compressive sensing imaging algorithm named tensor-based match pursuit(TMP) is proposed. In the proposed method, MIMO radar tensor signal model is established to eliminate “dimension disaster” at first. Then, exploiting tensor decomposition to process tensor data sets, tensor-based match pursuit is formulated for multi-dimension sparse signal recovery, in which atom vectors orthogonality selection strategy and basis-signal reevaluation are used to eliminate the wrong indices and enhance resolution respectively. Simulation results validates that the proposed method can complete high-resolution imaging correctly compared with conventional greedy sparse recovery algorithms. Additionally, under fewer snapshots condition, RMSE of proposed method is far lower than other sparse recovery algorithms.
KeywordsMIMO radar, Compressive sensing (CS), tensor decomposition, sparse imaging, greedy algorithm
Document typePeer reviewed
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SourceRadioengineering. 2018 vol. 27, č. 2, s. 580-586. ISSN 1210-2512
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