Characterization of diffusion complexity in prostate tissue with a stretched biexponential model
Roger M. Bourne 1 and Matt G. Hall 2
University of Sydney, Sydney, NSW,
College London, London, United Kingdom
This study explores a development of the conventional
biexponential model by adding a stretching factor to the
lower diffusivity component. The superior Akaike
information content and leave-one-out prediction
performance of the stretched over the conventional model
at short diffusion time is consistent with the presence
of a diversity of diffusion environments experienced by
the slow component of the models.
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