Kernel Bi-Linear Modeling for Reconstructing Data on Manifolds: The Dynamic-MRI Case

This paper establishes a kernel-based framework for reconstructing data on manifolds, tailored to fit the dynamic-(d)MRI-data recovery problem. The proposed methodology exploits simple tangent-space geometries of manifolds in reproducing kernel Hilbert spaces and follows classical kernel-approximation arguments to form the data-recovery task as a bi-linear inverse problem... (read more)

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