Published on Sun Aug 08 2021

Zhaoqiang Liu, Subhroshekhar Ghosh, Jun Han, Jonathan Scarlett

In 1-bit compressive sensing, each measurement is quantized to a single bit. Using structured sensing matrices such as partial Gaussian circulant matrices is of significant practical importance due to their faster operations.

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In 1-bit compressive sensing, each measurement is quantized to a single bit, namely the sign of a linear function of an unknown vector, and the goal is to accurately recover the vector. While it is most popular to assume a standard Gaussian sensing matrix for 1-bit compressive sensing, using structured sensing matrices such as partial Gaussian circulant matrices is of significant practical importance due to their faster matrix operations. In this paper, we provide recovery guarantees for a correlation-based optimization algorithm for robust 1-bit compressive sensing with randomly signed partial Gaussian circulant matrices and generative models. Under suitable assumptions, we match guarantees that were previously only known to hold for i.i.d.~Gaussian matrices that require significantly more computation. We make use of a practical iterative algorithm, and perform numerical experiments on image datasets to corroborate our theoretical results.