A parallel MR imaging method using multilayer perceptron

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Purpose: To reconstruct MR images from subsampled data, we propose a fast reconstruction method using the multilayer perceptron (MLP) algorithm. Methods and materials: We applied MLP to reduce aliasing artifacts generated by subsampling in k-space. The MLP is learned from training data to map aliased input images into desired alias-free images. The input of the MLP is all voxels in the aliased lines of multichannel real and imaginary images from the subsampled k-space data, and the desired output is all voxels in the corresponding alias-free line of the root-sum-of-squares of multichannel images from fully sampled k-space data. Aliasing artifacts in an image reconstructed from subsampled data were reduced by line-by-line processing of the learned MLP architecture. Results: Reconstructed images from the proposed method are better than those from compared methods in terms of normalized root-mean-square error. The proposed method can be applied to image reconstruction for any k-space subsampling patterns in a phase encoding direction. Moreover, to further reduce the reconstruction time, it is easily implemented by parallel processing. Conclusion: We have proposed a reconstruction method using machine learning to accelerate imaging time, which reconstructs high-quality images from subsampled k-space data. It shows flexibility in the use of k-space sampling patterns, and can reconstruct images in real time. (C) 2017 American Association of Physicists in Medicine
Publisher
WILEY
Issue Date
2017-12
Language
English
Article Type
Article
Keywords

SINGULAR-VALUE DECOMPOSITION; SPECTRUM ESTIMATION; TRANSMISSION MEASUREMENTS

Citation

MEDICAL PHYSICS, v.44, no.12, pp.6209 - 6224

ISSN
0094-2405
DOI
10.1002/mp.12600
URI
http://hdl.handle.net/10203/238780
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