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K = 1/W) Increased sampling interval used in parallel MRI ρ(x) is assumed to be support-limited to |x| < W/2 Reduced FOV due to sub-sampling (Wˆ = W/R) Regularization parameter. 1) where we explicitly include the sensitivity weighting function s(x) of the receiver coil. In conventional Fourier imaging, s(x) is often ignored because it can be assumed to be a constant over the ﬁeld of view (FOV), and D(kn) is usually measured at kn = n∆k for n = −N/2, −N/2 + 1,…, N/2 − 1, with N being the total number of encodings acquired.
18. Madore, B. (2002). Using UNFOLD to remove artifacts in parallel imaging and in partial-fourier imaging. Magn. Reson. Med. 48(3): 493–501. 19. , and Boesiger, P. (2001). Advances in sensitivity encoding with arbitrary k-space trajectories. Magn. Reson. Med. 46(4): 638–651. 55 This chapter provides a tutorial overview of advanced image reconstruction methods used in MRI. The term “advanced” is used loosely to refer to the class of nonFourier reconstruction methods developed for handling the inverse problem with limited Fourier samples.
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