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Abstract #0684

Local Perturbation Responses: A tool for understanding the characteristics of advanced nonlinear MR reconstruction algorithms

Chin-Cheng Chan1 and Justin P. Haldar1
1Electrical and Computer Engineering, University of Southern California, Los Angeles, CA, United States

As MR image reconstruction algorithms become increasingly nonlinear, data-driven, and difficult to understand intuitively, it becomes more important that tools are available to assess the confidence that users should have about image reconstruction results. In this work, we suggest that a quantity known as the “local perturbation response” (LPR) provides useful information that can be used for this purpose. The LPR is analogous to a conventional point-spread function, but is well-suited to general image reconstruction methods that may have nonlinear and/or shift-varying characteristics. We illustrate the LPR in the context of several common image reconstruction techniques.

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