Not sure if this is best subforum for this ... but what I'm looking for is some recommendations for books/articles containing a nice introduction to compressed sensing.(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

I'm not a mathematician although I would like to think I'm relatively mathematically sophisticated. I appreciate proofs in the right places, but what I really want is something with a lot of motivation/intuition along with the formal stuff. But I also don't want something too pedestrian. I have plenty of time so I'm open to background stuff as well.

Any suggestions?

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