Double diffusion encoding is a magnetic resonance technique with applications in measuring microstructure. In many tissues, cell size (which is of a few micrometers) is an important biological parameter. Estimating an arbitrary pore size distribution from a diffusion attenuated signal usually relies on varying a single experimental setting. This inversion process is numerically unstable. Numerical simulations are presented, where multiple experimental settings are varied concomitantly. The inversion’s results show good agreement with ground truth.
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