Accelerated three-dimensional upper airway MRI using compressed sensing.

@article{Kim2009AcceleratedTU,
  title={Accelerated three-dimensional upper airway MRI using compressed sensing.},
  author={Yoon-Chul Kim and Shrikanth Narayanan and Krishna S. Nayak},
  journal={Magnetic resonance in medicine},
  year={2009},
  volume={61 6},
  pages={1434-40}
}
In speech-production research, three-dimensional (3D) MRI of the upper airway has provided insights into vocal tract shaping and data for its modeling. Small movements of articulators can lead to large changes in the produced sound, therefore improving the resolution of these data sets, within the constraints of a sustained speech sound (6-12 s), is an important area for investigation. The purpose of the study is to provide a first application of compressed sensing (CS) to high-resolution 3D… CONTINUE READING
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