In NMR in biomedicine
Dynamic MR image reconstruction from incomplete k-space data has generated great research interest due to its capability in reducing scan time. Nevertheless, the reconstruction problem is still challenging due to its ill-posed nature. Most existing methods either suffer from long iterative reconstruction time or explore limited prior knowledge. This paper proposes a dynamic MR imaging method with both k-space and spatial prior knowledge integrated via multi-supervised network training, dubbed as DIMENSION. Specifically, the DIMENSION architecture consists of a frequential prior network for updating the k-space with its network prediction and a spatial prior network for capturing image structures and details. Furthermore, a multi-supervised network training technique is developed to constrain the frequency domain information and the spatial domain information. The comparisons with classical k-t FOCUSS, k-t SLR, L+S and the state-of-the-art CNN-based method on in vivo datasets show our method can achieve improved reconstruction results in shorter time.
Wang Shanshan, Ke Ziwen, Cheng Huitao, Jia Sen, Ying Leslie, Zheng Hairong, Liang Dong
compressed sensing, deep learning, dynamic MR imaging, k-space prior, multi-supervised