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k-t SPARSE: High frame rate dynamic MRI exploiting spatio-temporal sparsity

  title={k-t SPARSE: High frame rate dynamic MRI exploiting spatio-temporal sparsity},
  author={Michael Lustig and Juan M. Santos and David L. Donoho and John M. Pauly},
M. Lustig, J. M. Santos, D. L. Donoho, J. M. Pauly Electrical Engineering, Stanford University, Stanford, CA, United States, Statistics, Stanford University, Stanford, CA, United States Introduction Recently rapid imaging methods that exploit the spatial sparsity of images using under-sampled randomly perturbed spirals and non-linear reconstruction have been proposed [1,2]. These methods were inspired by theoretical results in sparse signal recovery [1-5] showing that sparse or compressible… 

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