Scale-Agnostic Super-Resolution in MRI using Feature-Based Coordinate Networks

We propose using a coordinate network decoder for the task of super-resolution in MRI. The continuous signal representation of coordinate networks enables this approach to be scale-agnostic, i.e. one can train over a continuous range of scales and subsequently query at arbitrary resolutions. Due to the difficulty of performing super-resolution on inherently noisy data, we analyze network behavior under multiple denoising strategies. Lastly we compare this method to a standard convolutional decoder using both quantitative metrics and a radiologist study implemented in Voxel, our newly developed tool for web-based evaluation of medical images.

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