Herco Fonteijn

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Heschl's gyrus (HG) is a core region of the auditory cortex whose morphology is highly variable across individuals. This variability has been linked to sound perception ability in both speech and music domains. Previous studies show that variations in morphological features of HG, such as cortical surface area and thickness, are heritable. To identify(More)
In this article we present an analysis of the WITT algorithm for conceptual clustering as proposed by Hanson and Bauer (1989). We show that the measures proposed for the original WITT algorithm have serious shortcomings. We propose some alternatives for these measures, and, moreover, we make a further analysis of these alternatives such that setting the(More)
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