Fast Image Reconstruction from Non-Cartesian Data

@inproceedings{Meyer2010FastIR,
  title={Fast Image Reconstruction from Non-Cartesian Data},
  author={Craig H. Meyer},
  year={2010}
}
MRI is an unusual medical imaging modality in that the raw data used to form an image can be collected in an infinite number of ways. While conventional Cartesian k-space scanning is by far the most common scanning method, non-Cartesian approaches have shown promise for rapid imaging, motion robustness, ultrashort TE imaging, rapid spectroscopic imaging, and other applications. A key component of implementing any nonCartesian scanning technique is of course a method for reconstructing an image… CONTINUE READING

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