Optimisation of arterial spin labelling using bayesian experimental design

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Owen, D.; Melbourne, A.; Thomas, D.; de Vita, E.; Rohrer, J.; Ourselin, S.;

<p>Large-scale neuroimaging studies often use multiple individual imaging contrasts. Due to the finite time available for imaging,there is intense competition for the time allocated to the individual modalities; thus it is crucial to maximise the utility of each method ... View more
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