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In compressed sensing MRI (CS-MRI), k-space measurements are under-sampled to achieve accelerated scan times. CS-MRI presents two fundamental problems: (1) where to sample and (2) how to reconstruct an under-sampled scan. In this paper, we tackle both problems simultaneously for the specific case of 2D Cartesian sampling, using a novel end-to-end learning framework that we call LOUPE (Learning-based Optimization of the Under-sampling PattErn). Our method trains a neural network model on a setarXiv:1907.11374v3 fatcat:gahgolokgrdexd7jyqi4hshvuu