Nicholas R. Zwart1, Ashley G. Anderson III1, Ryan K. Robison1, Andrew Li2, Mariya Doneva2,3, Frank Ong2, Martin Uecker2, Michael Lustig2, and James G. Pipe1
1Imaging Research, Barrow Neurological Institute, Phoenix, AZ, United States, 2Electrical Engineering, University of California, Berkeley, CA, United States, 3Philips Research, Hamburg, Germany
This work proposes the use of the software development platform called
GPI (Graphical Programming Interface) as a tool for resourcing other work
for integration and comparison.
The GPI software structure is designed to facilitate the encapsulation of outside libraries and provides a plug-in model to isolate package dependencies.
library featured in this work is the Berkley Advanced Reconstruction Toolkit
(BART) which provides, multi-platform compatible, compressed sensing and
parallel imaging algorithms.