Learning Geometry-Dependent and Physics-Based Inverse Image Reconstruction

07/18/2020 ∙ by Xiajun Jiang, et al. ∙ 0

Deep neural networks have shown great potential in image reconstruction problems in Euclidean space. However, many reconstruction problems involve imaging physics that are dependent on the underlying non-Euclidean geometry. In this paper, we present a new approach to learn inverse imaging that exploit the underlying geometry and physics. We first introduce a non-Euclidean encoding-decoding network that allows us to describe the unknown and measurement variables over their respective geometrical domains. We then learn the geometry-dependent physics in between the two domains by explicitly modeling it via a bipartite graph over the graphical embedding of the two geometry. We applied the presented network to reconstructing electrical activity on the heart surface from body-surface potential. In a series of generalization tasks with increasing difficulty, we demonstrated the improved ability of the presented network to generalize across geometrical changes underlying the data in comparison to its Euclidean alternatives.



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