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Title: 1D-image reconstruction for magnetic particle imaging using a hybrid system function. |

Written by: M. Grüttner, M. Graeser, S. Biederer, T. F. Sattel, H. Wojtczyk, W. Tenner, T. Knopp, B. Gleich, J. Borgert, and T. M. Buzug |

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**Abstract: **{Magnetic Particle Imaging} is a promising imaging technique using iron-oxide nanoparticle tracers. The spatial distribution of these particles can be determined by solving a system of linear equations. This reconstruction is based on a system function that either has to be measured or can be calculated with given information about scanner topology and particle characteristics. This paper introduces a new approach combining both possibilities. A Magnetic Particle Spectrometer is used to obtain a hybrid system function. Furthermore, we will show that the hybrid system function can be successfully used for 1D-image reconstruction and potentially is an alternative to the measurement-based system function.

since 2022

[76893] |

Title: 1D-image reconstruction for magnetic particle imaging using a hybrid system function. |

Written by: M. Grüttner, M. Graeser, S. Biederer, T. F. Sattel, H. Wojtczyk, W. Tenner, T. Knopp, B. Gleich, J. Borgert, and T. M. Buzug |

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**Abstract: **{Magnetic Particle Imaging} is a promising imaging technique using iron-oxide nanoparticle tracers. The spatial distribution of these particles can be determined by solving a system of linear equations. This reconstruction is based on a system function that either has to be measured or can be calculated with given information about scanner topology and particle characteristics. This paper introduces a new approach combining both possibilities. A Magnetic Particle Spectrometer is used to obtain a hybrid system function. Furthermore, we will show that the hybrid system function can be successfully used for 1D-image reconstruction and potentially is an alternative to the measurement-based system function.

since 2014

[76893] |

Title: 1D-image reconstruction for magnetic particle imaging using a hybrid system function. |

Written by: M. Grüttner, M. Graeser, S. Biederer, T. F. Sattel, H. Wojtczyk, W. Tenner, T. Knopp, B. Gleich, J. Borgert, and T. M. Buzug |

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**Abstract: **{Magnetic Particle Imaging} is a promising imaging technique using iron-oxide nanoparticle tracers. The spatial distribution of these particles can be determined by solving a system of linear equations. This reconstruction is based on a system function that either has to be measured or can be calculated with given information about scanner topology and particle characteristics. This paper introduces a new approach combining both possibilities. A Magnetic Particle Spectrometer is used to obtain a hybrid system function. Furthermore, we will show that the hybrid system function can be successfully used for 1D-image reconstruction and potentially is an alternative to the measurement-based system function.

since 2014

[76893] |

Title: 1D-image reconstruction for magnetic particle imaging using a hybrid system function. |

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**Abstract: **{Magnetic Particle Imaging} is a promising imaging technique using iron-oxide nanoparticle tracers. The spatial distribution of these particles can be determined by solving a system of linear equations. This reconstruction is based on a system function that either has to be measured or can be calculated with given information about scanner topology and particle characteristics. This paper introduces a new approach combining both possibilities. A Magnetic Particle Spectrometer is used to obtain a hybrid system function. Furthermore, we will show that the hybrid system function can be successfully used for 1D-image reconstruction and potentially is an alternative to the measurement-based system function.

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[76893] |

Title: 1D-image reconstruction for magnetic particle imaging using a hybrid system function. |

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**Abstract: **{Magnetic Particle Imaging} is a promising imaging technique using iron-oxide nanoparticle tracers. The spatial distribution of these particles can be determined by solving a system of linear equations. This reconstruction is based on a system function that either has to be measured or can be calculated with given information about scanner topology and particle characteristics. This paper introduces a new approach combining both possibilities. A Magnetic Particle Spectrometer is used to obtain a hybrid system function. Furthermore, we will show that the hybrid system function can be successfully used for 1D-image reconstruction and potentially is an alternative to the measurement-based system function.

since 2014

[76893] |

Title: 1D-image reconstruction for magnetic particle imaging using a hybrid system function. |

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**Note: **inproceedings

**Abstract: **{Magnetic Particle Imaging} is a promising imaging technique using iron-oxide nanoparticle tracers. The spatial distribution of these particles can be determined by solving a system of linear equations. This reconstruction is based on a system function that either has to be measured or can be calculated with given information about scanner topology and particle characteristics. This paper introduces a new approach combining both possibilities. A Magnetic Particle Spectrometer is used to obtain a hybrid system function. Furthermore, we will show that the hybrid system function can be successfully used for 1D-image reconstruction and potentially is an alternative to the measurement-based system function.