Table 1:

Teams and rCBV analysis methods

Team/Entry No.SoftwareScalingLeakage CorrectionDescription
A1IB NeuroNAWMYesModified BSW21
B1IB NeuroNAWMYesModified BSW21
C1IB NeuroNAWMYesModified BSW21
B2MatlabaNAWMYes120-point TI (BSW21)
B3MatlabAIFYes120-point TI (BSW21)
D1nordicICENAWMYes120-point TI (BSW21)
D2nordicICEPopulation AIFYes120-point TI (BSW21)
E1PGUI (LC)bNAWMYes120-point TI (BSW21)
E2PGUI (C)NAWMYesAUC of C(t) ratio for ROI/AIF
E3PGUI (PM LC)NAWMYesBayesian parametric FT44
D3SlicercNAWMYes120-point TI (BSW21)
F1FIATdNAWMYesModified Weisskoff45,46
G1MCcbveNAYesModified Weisskoff45,46
A2IB NeuroNA (standardized)47YesModified BSW21 2006
A3IB NeuroNAWMNoLeakage correction not used
B4IB NeuroNAWMNoLeakage correction not used
E4PGUINAWMNoLeakage correction not used
E5PGUINAWMNoDeconvolution of residue function (sSVD)
E6PGUINAWMNoDeconvolution of residue function (oSVD)
A4IB NeuroN/A (standardized)47NoLeakage correction not used
  • Note:—TI indicates trapezoidal integration; BSW, Boxerman-Schmainda-Weisskoff; NA, not applicable; FT, Fourier Transform; sSVD, standard singular value decomposition; oSVD, block circulant singular value decomposition; C(t) ratio, concentration time course.

  • a MathWorks, Natick, Massachusetts.

  • b Perfusion Graphical User Interface; MINDlab, Center of Functionally Integrative Neuroscience, Aarhus University Hospital Norrebrogade, Denmark.44

  • c

  • d Functional Image Analysis Tool (University of Michigan).

  • e Mayo Clinic cerebral blood volume (Mayo Clinic, Rochester, Minnesota).37