- - update - 2012 pyCSalgos (see comment from Nicolae "...They are usable but not thoroughly tested, but could at least be used as a starting point...."). I note the implementation of SL0, 2 greedy algos and two iterative algos. Some of the iteratrive algos could be made to implement the Approximate Message Passing (AMP) solvers.
- 2011 ASPICS: Applying Statistical Physics to Inference in Compressed Sensing (AMP)
- 2011 L1 Minimization in Python (but caveat for using CVOPT) (L1)
- 2011 Scikits-learn: Compressive sensing: tomography reconstruction with L1 prior (Lasso) (L1)
- 2009 Two stage L1 method (L1)
An element of the compressive sensing framework relies on the building of dictionaries from training signals, for that there is:
Please also note that a C++ implementation of several solvers in KL1P (incuding AMP solvers). Here are the list of algorithms that ought to be implemented in Python or other languages:
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