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MCRF

The analysis of the contrast problem in NMR medical imaging is essentially reduced to the analysis of the so-called singular trajectories of the system modeling the problem: a coupling of two spin 1/2 control systems. They are solutions of a constraint Hamiltonian vector field and restricting the dynamics to the zero level set of the Hamiltonian they define a vector field on $B_1 \times B_2$, where $B_1$ and $B_2$ are the Bloch balls of the two spin particles. In this article we classify the behaviors of the solutions in relation with the relaxation parameters using the concept of feedback classification. The optimality status is analyzed using the feedback invariant concept of conjugate points.

DCDS

We present an algorithm which determines global conditions for a
class of discontinuous vector fields in 4D (called polynomial relay
systems) to have periodic orbits. We present explicit results
relying on constructive proofs, which involve classical Effective
Algebraic Geometry algorithms.

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