Numerical experiments in literature on compressed sensing have indicated that the reweighted $l_1$ minimization performs exceptionally well in recovering sparse signal. In this paper, we develop exact recovery conditions and algorithm for sparse signal via weighted $l_1$ minimization from the insight of the classical NSP (null space property) and RIC (restricted isometry constant) bound. We first introduce the concept of WNSP (weighted null space property) and reveal that it is a necessary and sufficient condition for exact recovery. We then prove that the RIC bound by weighted $l_1$ minimization is $\delta_{ak}<\sqrt{\frac{a-1}{a-1+\gamma^2}}$, where $a>1$, $0<\gamma\leq1$ is determined by an optimization problem over the null space. When $\gamma< 1$ this bound is greater than $\sqrt{\frac{a-1}{a}}$ from $l_1$ minimization. In addition, we also establish the bound on $\delta_k$ and show that it can be larger than the sharp one 1/3 via $l_1$ minimization and also greater than 0.4343 via weighted $l_1$ minimization under some mild cases. Finally, we achieve a modified iterative reweighted $l_1$ minimization (MIRL1) algorithm based on our selection principle of weight, and the numerical experiments demonstrate that our algorithm behaves much better than $l_1$ minimization and iterative reweighted $l_1$ minimization (IRL1) algorithm.

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