K-space


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K-space

In magnetic resonance imaging, the computer memory where frequency multiecho data can be stored prior to full reconstruction of the image.
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The effects of time varying intravascular signal intensity and k-space acquisition order on three-dimensional MR angiography image quality.
According to the CS theories, MRI images with a sparse representation can be recovered from randomly undersampled K-space data which provided an appropriate nonlinear recovery scheme.
The digital marketing firm will strive to gain new customers and build stronger relationships with current customers for their new client, k-Space, by focusing their campaign on Facebook, YouTube, LinkedIn, and SEO.
In view of the 2D-illustrations of the monostatic and bistatic k-space configurations in Fig.
Since X has no (k + 2)-secant k-space divisors, [Cop] implies that the map i : [X.
The MR reconstruction algorithm, the 2-D or 3-D Fourier transform, uses the data in k-space to build the image.
However, the authors go beyond the conventional concept of k-space in that their R-space is characterized by superluminal velocities, negative energies, magnetic monopoles, and electric dipoles.
This simulation will describe electrons, moving through K-space and evolving with time.
12-14) This high sensitivity to motion of conventional MRI is heavily influenced by the Cartesian data sampling scheme used by conventional pulse sequences, in which k-space is sampled along parallel lines.