Generally, to stably solve an ill-posed inverse problem one needs additional assumptions on the unknown solution--the so-called source condition. In this thesis, the sparseness stands for the source condition, and with that in mind, stability results for two different approximation methods are deduced, namely, results for the Tikhonov regularization with a sparsity-enforcing penalty and for the orthogonal matching pursuit. The practical relevance of the theoretical results is shown with two examples of convolution type, namely, an example from mass spectrometry and an example from digital holography of particles.
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