High-performance computing MRI simulations.

@article{Stcker2010HighperformanceCM,
  title={High-performance computing MRI simulations.},
  author={Tony St{\"o}cker and Kaveh Vahedipour and Daniel Pflugfelder and Nadim Joni Shah},
  journal={Magnetic resonance in medicine},
  year={2010},
  volume={64 1},
  pages={
          186-93
        }
}
A new open-source software project is presented, JEMRIS, the Jülich Extensible MRI Simulator, which provides an MRI sequence development and simulation environment for the MRI community. The development was driven by the desire to achieve generality of simulated three-dimensional MRI experiments reflecting modern MRI systems hardware. The accompanying computational burden is overcome by means of parallel computing. Many aspects are covered that have not hitherto been simultaneously investigated… CONTINUE READING

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