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We will brieﬂy review some of them to illustrate the concept. 1 Construction of ρr There are basically three schemes to construct ρr : (a) setting ρr = 0, (b) recycling an initial SENSE reconstruction to create ρr, and (c) collecting additional data to generate ρr . Scheme (a) corresponds to, perhaps, the simplest version of the Tikhonov regularization scheme. It was used in Reference 15 with some success. In scheme (b), the conventional SENSE algorithm is used to obtain an initial reconstruction, which is then ﬁltered by a median ﬁlter to suppress any residual aliasing artifacts .
11 IMAGING METHODS There are numerous variations on the basic MRI sequences described earlier. ), there are many aspects that distinguish them from one another; for example, data acquisition and image reconstruction velocity. There exist a number of rapid imaging techniques that could be grouped under echo-planar imaging (EPI), spiral imaging, and, more recently, parallel imaging. fm Page 34 Thursday, August 4, 2005 11:04 AM 34 Advanced Image Processing in Magnetic Resonance Imaging groups of imaging sequences is the k-space sampling method: it can be homogeneous or not, it can include the partial k-space ﬁlling instead of full k-space ﬁlling, etc.
Sensitivity proﬁles from an array of coils for encoding and reconstruction in parallel (SpaceRIP). Magn. Reson. Med. 44(2): 301–308. 18. Madore, B. (2002). Using UNFOLD to remove artifacts in parallel imaging and in partial-fourier imaging. Magn. Reson. Med. 48(3): 493–501. 19. , and Boesiger, P. (2001). Advances in sensitivity encoding with arbitrary k-space trajectories. Magn. Reson. Med. 46(4): 638–651. 55 This chapter provides a tutorial overview of advanced image reconstruction methods used in MRI.