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A failure of adaptive inference-misinterpreting available sensory information for appropriate perception and action-is at the heart of clinical manifestations of schizophrenia, implicating key subcortical structures in the brain including the hippocampus. We used high-resolution, three-dimensional (3D) fractal geometry analysis to study subtle and(More)
Data collection is a key function for wireless sensor networks. There has been numerous data collection scheduling algorithms, but they fail to consider the deep and complex relationship among network lifetime, sink aggregated information and sample cycle for wireless sensor networks. This paper gives the upper bound on the sample period under the given(More)
Pathological brain detection by computer vision is now attracting intense attentions from academic fields. Nevertheless, most of recent methods suffer from low-accuracy. This study combined two successful techniques: pseudo Zernike moment and kernel support vector machine. Three open datasets were downloaded and used. The 10 times of K-fold stratified cross(More)
INTRODUCTION Our flexible and adaptive interactions with the environment are guided by our individual representation of the physical world, estimated through sensation and evaluation of available information against prior knowledge. When linking sensory evidence with higher-level expectations for action, the central nervous system (CNS) in typically(More)
Physical information sensed by various sensors in a cyber-physical system should be collected for further operation. In many applications, data aggregation should take reliability and delay into consideration. To address these problems, a novel Tiered Structure Routing-based Delay-Aware and Reliable Data Aggregation scheme named TSR-DARDA for spherical(More)
Verbal-spatial discrepancies are common in healthy individuals and in those with neurodevelopmental disorders associated with cognitive control deficits including: Autism Spectrum Disorder, Non-Verbal Learning Disability, Fragile X, 22q11 deletion, and Turner Syndrome. Previous data from healthy individuals suggest that the magnitude of the difference(More)
OBJECTIVE To assess the functioning of mesolimbic and fronto-striatal areas involved in reward-based spatial learning in teenaged girls with bulimia nervosa (BN) that might be involved in the development and maintenance of maladaptive behaviors characteristic of the disorder. METHOD We compared functional magnetic resonance imaging blood oxygen(More)
Pathological brain detection is an automated computer-aided diagnosis for brain images. This study provides a novel method to achieve this goal.We first used synthetic minority oversampling to balance the dataset. Then, our system was based on three components: wavelet packet Tsallis entropy, extreme learning machine, and Jaya algorithm. The 10 repetitions(More)