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Statistical Analysis of Noise in MRI, 1st ed. 2016 Modeling, Filtering and Estimation

Langue : Anglais

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Couverture de l’ouvrage Statistical Analysis of Noise in MRI
This unique text presents a comprehensive review of methods for modeling signal and noise in magnetic resonance imaging (MRI), providing a systematic study, classifying and comparing the numerous and varied estimation and filtering techniques. Features: provides a complete framework for the modeling and analysis of noise in MRI, considering different modalities and acquisition techniques; describes noise and signal estimation for MRI from a statistical signal processing perspective; surveys the different methods to remove noise in MRI acquisitions from a practical point of view; reviews different techniques for estimating noise from MRI data in single- and multiple-coil systems for fully sampled acquisitions; examines the issue of noise estimation when accelerated acquisitions are considered, and parallel imaging methods are used to reconstruct the signal; includes appendices covering probability density functions, combinations of random variables used to derive estimators, and useful MRI datasets.

The Problem of Noise in MRI

Part I: Noise Models and the Noise Analysis Problem

Acquisition and Reconstruction of Magnetic Resonance Imaging

Statistical Noise Models for MRI

Noise Analysis in MRI: Overview

Noise Filtering in MRI

Part II: Noise Analysis in Non-Accelerated Acquisitions

Noise Estimation in the Complex Domain

Noise Estimation in Single-Coil MR Data

Noise Estimation in Multiple-Coil MR Data

Parametric Noise Analysis from Correlated Multiple-Coil MR Data

Part III: Noise Estimators in pMRI

Parametric Noise Analysis in Parallel MRI

Blind Estimation of Non-Stationary Noise in MRI

Appendix A: Probability Distributions and Combination of Random Variables

Appendix B: Variance Stabilizing Transformation

Appendix C: Data Sets Used in the Experiments

Provides comprehensive coverage of the field within a single, unified framework

Presents a unique overview of the various techniques for noise estimation, explaining which method is best applied for different scanners and types of data

Includes practical solutions for noise problems that can be directly implemented in MRI-related software

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