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Semi-Propeller Compressed Sensing MR Image Super-Resolution Reconstruction


[ 1 ] Katedra Systemów Telekomunikacyjnych i Optoelektroniki, Wydział Elektroniki i Telekomunikacji, Politechnika Poznańska | [ P ] employee

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  • super-resolution
  • MRI
  • compressed sensing
  • sparse-sense
  • image enhancement

EN Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI) reconstruction algorithm using semi-PROPELLER compressed sensing is presented in this paper. It is exhibited that introduced algorithm for estimating data shifts is feasible when super-resolution is applied. The offered approach utilizes MRI PROPELLER sequences and improves MR images spatial resolution in circumstances when highly undersampled k-space trajectories are applied. Compressed Sensing (CS) aims at signal and images reconstructing from significantly fewer measurements than were conventionally assumed necessary. This diagnostic modality struggles with an inherently slow data acquisition process. The use of CS to MRI leads to substantial scan time reductions and visible benefits for patients and economic factors. In this report the objective is to combine Super-Resolution image enhancement algorithm with both PROPELLER sequence and CS framework. All the techniques emphasize on maximizing image sparsity on known sparse transform domain and minimizing fidelity. The motion estimation algorithm being a part of super resolution reconstruction (SRR) estimates shifts for all blades jointly, emphasizing blade-pair correlations that are both strong and more robust to noise.

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ICSES 2014 International Conference on Signals and Electronic Systems, Poznan, Poland, September 11-13, 2014

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ICSES 2014 International Conference on Signals and Electronic Systems, 11-13.09.2014, Poznań, Poland

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