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The GCV method works well in general but sometimes gives biased results if the noise ∆d is highly correlated . fm Page 52 Thursday, June 16, 2005 5:00 PM 52 Advanced Image Processing in Magnetic Resonance Imaging A signiﬁcant weakness of both the conventional L-curve and the GCV methods lies in the fact that they choose λ(x) independently for different spatial locations. This problem was addressed in Reference 21 with an algorithm to select λ(x) jointly. 32) for W /2 − Wˆ < x < W /2 . 31. 35) and ∑ x || S ρ reg(λ ) − d ||≤ ε , where σi is the ith singular value of S, and K and ε are user-speciﬁed constants.