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Highly Undersampled Magnetic Resonance Image Reconstruction via Homotopic \ell _{0} -Minimization

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2 Author(s)
Trzasko, J. ; Center for Adv. Imaging Res., Mayo Clinic Coll. of Med., Rochester, MN ; Manduca, A.

In clinical magnetic resonance imaging (MRI), any reduction in scan time offers a number of potential benefits ranging from high-temporal-rate observation of physiological processes to improvements in patient comfort. Following recent developments in compressive sensing (CS) theory, several authors have demonstrated that certain classes of MR images which possess sparse representations in some transform domain can be accurately reconstructed from very highly undersampled K-space data by solving a convex lscr1-minimization problem. Although lscr1-based techniques are extremely powerful, they inherently require a degree of over-sampling above the theoretical minimum sampling rate to guarantee that exact reconstruction can be achieved. In this paper, we propose a generalization of the CS paradigm based on homotopic approximation of the lscr0 quasi-norm and show how MR image reconstruction can be pushed even further below the Nyquist limit and significantly closer to the theoretical bound. Following a brief review of standard CS methods and the developed theoretical extensions, several example MRI reconstructions from highly undersampled K-space data are presented.

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Medical Imaging, IEEE Transactions on  (Volume:28 ,  Issue: 1 )

Date of Publication:

Jan. 2009

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