Jan Hering

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PURPOSE Diagnosis of autism spectrum disorders (ASD) is difficult, as symptoms vary greatly and are difficult to quantify objectively. Recent work has focused on the assessment of non-invasive diffusion tensor imaging-based biomarkers that reflect the microstructural characteristics of neuronal pathways in the brain. While tractography-based approaches(More)
Statements on the mechanism of the endangerment of bearings due to inverter-induced bearing currents nearly do not exist today. Therefore, a series of 22 test runs for bearing damage assessment was carried out. The influence of bearing current amplitude and type, calculated apparent bearing current density, time of operation and inverter switching frequency(More)
Effective image-based artifact correction is an essential step in the analysis of diffusion MR images. Many current approaches are based on retrospective registration, which becomes challenging in the realm of high b -values and low signal-to-noise ratio, rendering the corresponding correction schemes more and more ineffective. We propose a novel(More)
There is an increasing interest in connectomics as means to characterize the brain both in healthy controls and in disease. Connec-tomics strongly relies on graph theory to derive quantitative network related parameters from data. So far only a limited range of possible parameters have been explored in the literature. In this work, we utilize a broad range(More)
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