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<u>S</u>ynthetic <u>M</u>ulti-<u>O</u>rientation <u>R</u>esolution <u>E</u>nhancement&nbsp;(SMORE) and its iterative variant (iSMORE) are single image super-resolution techniques. Some of the associated publication are:
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<u>S</u>ynthetic <u>M</u>ulti-<u>O</u>rientation <u>R</u>esolution <u>E</u>nhancement&nbsp;(SMORE) and its iterative variant (iSMORE) are single image super-resolution techniques. Some of the associated publications are:
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{{iacl-pub| author = C Zhao, B.E. Dewey, D.L. Pham, P.A. Calabresi, D.S. Reich, and J.L. Prince| title = SMORE: A Self-supervised Anti-aliasing and Super-resolution Algorithm for MRI Using Deep Learning| jrnl = tmi| number = 40(3):805-817| when = 2021| doi = 10.1109/TMI.2020.3037187}}
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{{iacl-pub| author = C. Zhao, M. Shao, A. Carass, H. Li, B.E. Dewey, L.M. Ellingsen, J. Woo, M.A. Guttman, A.M. Blitz, M. Stone, P.A. Calabresi, H. Halperin, and J.L. Prince | title = Applications of a deep learning method for anti-aliasing and super-resolution in MRI | jrnl = mrm| number = 64:132-141| when = 2019| doi = 10.1016/j.mri.2019.05.038| pubmed = 31247254}}
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{{iacl-pub| author = C. Zhao, S. Son, Y. Kim, and J.L. Prince | title = iSMORE: An Iterative Self Super-Resolution Algorithm | when = Simulation and Synthesis in Medical Imaging (SASHIMI&nbsp;2019) held in conjunction with the {{iacl-pub miccai2019}} | number = pp.&nbsp;130-139 | period =| doi = 10.1007/978-3-030-32778-1_14}}
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Complete the [https://forms.office.com/r/T4Bmm7DUM2 download form for access].
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Specifying a single iteration within the shell script is equivalent to running SMORE. If you use the code in anyway please cite some of our papers.

Latest revision as of 00:52, 3 July 2022

Synthetic Multi-Orientation Resolution Enhancement (SMORE)

Synthetic Multi-Orientation Resolution Enhancement (SMORE) and its iterative variant (iSMORE) are single image super-resolution techniques. Some of the associated publications are:

  • C Zhao, B.E. Dewey, D.L. Pham, P.A. Calabresi, D.S. Reich, and J.L. Prince, "SMORE: A Self-supervised Anti-aliasing and Super-resolution Algorithm for MRI Using Deep Learning", IEEE Trans. on Medical Imaging, 40(3):805-817, 2021. (doi)
  • C. Zhao, M. Shao, A. Carass, H. Li, B.E. Dewey, L.M. Ellingsen, J. Woo, M.A. Guttman, A.M. Blitz, M. Stone, P.A. Calabresi, H. Halperin, and J.L. Prince, "Applications of a deep learning method for anti-aliasing and super-resolution in MRI", Magnetic Resonance in Medicine, 64:132-141, 2019. (doi) (PubMed)
  • C. Zhao, S. Son, Y. Kim, and J.L. Prince, "iSMORE: An Iterative Self Super-Resolution Algorithm", pp. 130-139, Simulation and Synthesis in Medical Imaging (SASHIMI 2019) held in conjunction with the 22nd International Conference on Medical Image Computing and Computer Assisted Intervention (MICCAI 2019), Shenzhen, China, October 13 - 17, 2019. (doi)


Complete the download form for access.


Specifying a single iteration within the shell script is equivalent to running SMORE. If you use the code in anyway please cite some of our papers.