In this paper, we consider to measure time-varying dynamic signals at discrete locations by using a single mobile sensor The challenge arises as the mobile sensor is required to transit between the sampling locations, resulting in intermittent measurements at each location, and the time-varying dynamic signals must be recovered from the intermittent measured data. In this work, we propose to tackle this single mobile sensing of multi-location dynamic signals through the compressed sensing framework. Both the temporal-spatial coupling arising from the random sampling requirement and the mobility limitation of the sensor in transition between sampling locations are addressed through a simulated annealing based optimization approach. Simulation results are presented and discussed to illustrate the proposed method.

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