Images reconstructed using fully sampled noiselet encoded and Fourier encoded data acquired on the 3T scanner (up/down: phase encodes, left/right: frequency encode).

2015-05-12T02:50:14Z (GMT) by Kamlesh Pawar Gary Egan Jingxin Zhang
<p>The noiselet encoded data was acquired using the pulse sequence described in section III C, and Fourier encoded data was acquired using a conventional spin echo sequence. <b>(c)-(f)</b>: show the zoomed portion of the images in (b) and (e) respectively, with the zoomed images demonstrating that noiselet encoding provides similar image resolution to that of Fourier encoding; <b>(g)-(h)</b>: show T2 and T1 weighted brain images using noiselet encoding respectively; <b>(i)-(j)</b>: show T2 and T1 weighted brain images using Fourier encoding respectively. These <i>in vivo</i> images demonstrate the practical feasibility of the proposed noiselet encoding scheme.</p>