k-space


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k-space

[′kā ‚spās]
(solid-state physics)
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It contains an introductory math chapter and discussion of the process of image creation, including the concepts of gradients, signal/image processing, and k-space, and artifacts.
23) This is caused by abrupt truncation of the k-space data at the edges of the sampled region of k-space when high-contrast sharp edges are present in the image, resulting in "ringing" adjacent to sharp edges.
However, the MRI data sampled in the spatial Fourier transform or K-space of an object are acquired sequentially in time.
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In order to validate this technique, both image and k-space domain denoising are evaluated and compared by means of both signal-toerror ratio (SER) and visual inspection.
the ISAR imaging integral over the k-space observation domain K can be written as
of Dayton, Ohio) introduce students and researchers to various spectral computational techniques, including k-space theory, Floquet theory, transfer matrix method, and beam propagation methods.
This updated 3rd edition adds new material including k-space, parallel imaging, cardiac MRI and MR spectroscopy.
An element of the image is called a (k + 1)-secant k-space of X.
Single echo-train is used to collect data from all lines of k-space during one TR.