noise weighting


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noise weighting

[′nȯiz ‚wād·iŋ]
(electronics)
Use of an electrical network to obtain a weighted average over frequency of the noise power, which is representative of the relative disturbing effects of noise in a communications system at various frequencies.
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Since Gaussian noise in the complex MR signal domain should be accounted for in the data fidelity term and with proper noise weighting, noise effects in QSM can be reduced using Bayesian methods [17].
The noise weighting w was estimated asthe SNRalongwith the field map estimation [17].