Date Added: Mar 2012
In order to save energy of sensors in the process of gathering data and transmitting information, Compressive Sensing (CS), as a novel and effective signal transform technology, has been used gradually in Wireless Sensor Networks (WSNs). In traditional usages of CS techniques in the previous literatures, the sparsities of the signals has to be known beforehand, which is much more importance for their recover results. However, it is difficult to realize precisely the structures of the signals actually in WSNs. Therefore, it is important to further exploit reasonable practicality availability in actual applications.