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This is desirable because the Fourier series model is indeed optimal in this case. On the other hand, if C(x) = ρ(x), the multiplicative Fourier series factor will be forced to unity by the data-consistency constraint, and a perfect reconstruction will result. 10 enable the GS model to converge faster than the Fourier series model. Therefore, within a certain error bound, fewer terms can be used to represent an image function than are required by the Fourier series method, leading to a reduction of the truncation artifact.
43 is usually referred to as the imaging equation. So that, if M = 256 and the FID sampling points N are 256, then a 256 × 256 data matrix of complex numbers is the result. 45) This shows that the data matrix s(kx, ky) is a sampling of the Fourier coefﬁcients of the function ρ(x, y). Therefore, by applying a two-dimensional inverse Fourier transform to the data s(n, m), the result will be an estimate of the function ρ(x, y). Several parameters of interest in the k-space can be deﬁned in terms of parameters described in the pulse sequence.