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Abstract #1542

A Chaotic K-space Trajectory for CS-MRI

Ya Li 1 , Ran Yang 1 , and Zhongping Zhang 2

1 Sun Yat-sen University, Guangzhou, Guangdong, China, 2 GE Healthcare, Guangzhou, Guangdong, China

In general, the CS-MRI process carries out two main operations: undersampling in the k-space, which meets the incoherence condition, and the reconstruction of the image, which meets the sparsity or compressibility condition. To meet the incoherence condition, the basic theory of compressed sensing requires acquisition of randomized set of measurements. For MRI scanner, however, random sampling would yield longer sampling trajectory because of the MR hardware constraints, and requires bigger changes in amplitudes and polarity of MR gradients those making it infeasible practically. Here we introduce a chaotic k-space trajectory for CS-MRI, which is a good candidate k-space trajectory of incoherent-like sampling scheme.

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