MRI Reconstruction

In Magnetic Resonance Imaging image resolution comes limited by several factors such as hardware or time limitations. In many cases, the acquired images has to be upsampled to match on any specific resolution, in such cases, image interpolation techniques has been traditionally applied. However, traditional interpolation techniques are not able to recover high frequency information of the underlying high resolution data. In this page we present some of our approaches to improve MR image resolution by applying superresolution techniques jointly with the source codes of the proposed methods.

MRI Superresolution using Selft-similarity and Image Priors.

Non-Local MRI Upsampling.