ESPIRiT—an eigenvalue approach to autocalibrating parallel MRI: Where SENSE meets GRAPPA

@article{Uecker2014ESPIRiTanEA,
  title={ESPIRiT—an eigenvalue approach to autocalibrating parallel MRI: Where SENSE meets GRAPPA},
  author={Martin Uecker and Peng Lai and M. J. Murphy and Patrick Virtue and Michael Elad and John M. Pauly and Shreyas S. Vasanawala and Michael Lustig},
  journal={Magnetic Resonance in Medicine},
  year={2014},
  volume={71}
}
Parallel imaging allows the reconstruction of images from undersampled multicoil data. The two main approaches are: SENSE, which explicitly uses coil sensitivities, and GRAPPA, which makes use of learned correlations in k‐space. The purpose of this work is to clarify their relationship and to develop and evaluate an improved algorithm. 
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