Variable density band-based undersampling scheme for Compressed Sensing MRI reconstruction

Nicolás F. Sánchez, Juan José Rojas, Juan Carlos Cabral, Christian E. Schaerer

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Magnetic resonance of brain images have an implicit sparsity in an appropriate transformdomain [1]. Based on compressed sensing theory (CS), images with a sparse representation can berecovered from undersampledk-space data. However, to have an efficient reconstruction [1], theundersampling scheme should be incoherent with respect to the sparsifying transform [2]. [...]

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