Moo K. Chung

University of Wisconsin-Madison, USA

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Topological Properties of the Structural Brain Network in Autism via ε-neighbor Method
When a structural brain network is constructed by the existing parcellation methods such as the automated anatomical labeling (AAL), the topological properties of the network change depending on the scale of parcellation and arbitrary connectivity matrix thresholding. To overcome these... Read more
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Connectivity in fMRI: Blind Spots and Breakthroughs
In recent years, driven by scientific and clinical concerns, there has been an increased interest in the analysis of functional brain networks. The goal of these analyses is to better understand how brain regions interact, how this depends upon experimental... Read more
TMI,
Connectivity in fMRI: Blind Spots and Breakthroughs
In recent years, driven by scientific and clinical concerns, there has been an increased interest in the analysis of functional brain networks. The goal of these analyses is to better understand how brain regions interact, how this depends upon experimental... Read more