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MRI Recovery with A Self-calibrated Denoiser

  title={MRI Recovery with A Self-calibrated Denoiser},
  author={Sizhuo Liu and Philip Schniter and Rizwan Ahmad},
Plug-and-play (PnP) methods that employ application-specific denoisers have been proposed to solve inverse problems, including MRI reconstruction. However, training applicationspecific denoisers is not feasible for many applications due to the lack of training data. In this work, we propose a PnPinspired recovery method that does not require data beyond the single, incomplete set of measurements. The proposed method, called recovery with a self-calibrated denoiser (ReSiDe), trains the denoiser… 

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