Deep Learning for Magnetic Resonance FingerprintingDownload PDF

16 Apr 2019 (modified: 05 May 2023)MIDL Abstract 2019Readers: Everyone
Keywords: Deep Learning, Magnetic Resonance Fingerprinting, Quantitative MRI, Magnetic Resonance Imaging
Abstract: Standard methods for quantitative MRI are quite time consuming whereas techniques based on deep learning have the potential to be significantly faster while also improving parameter estimation accuracy. The presented models aim to explore the different aspects of MR data, notably the spatial and temporal correlations in and between the signal evolutions. The models developed include purely temporal-focused and spatial-focused models as well as a model trained in both domains. The importance of pre-selecting important features prior to training was also studied and tested.
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