Assortativity changes in Alzheimer's diesease: A resting-state FMRI study

@article{Bahrami2015AssortativityCI,
  title={Assortativity changes in Alzheimer's diesease: A resting-state FMRI study},
  author={Mohsen Bahrami and G. Hossein-Zadeh},
  journal={2015 23rd Iranian Conference on Electrical Engineering},
  year={2015},
  pages={141-144}
}
  • Mohsen Bahrami, G. Hossein-Zadeh
  • Published 2015
  • Computer Science
  • 2015 23rd Iranian Conference on Electrical Engineering
  • There is a growing trend toward using resting-state functional magnetic resonance imaging (rs-fMRI) data in studying brain network, and finding altered brain regions in neurological and psychiatric disorders. In this paper, we investigated the brain network of 15 normal and 15 Alzheimer subjects, using rs-fMRI data. To overcome the shortcomings of anatomical atlases in functional connectivity studies, we defined the regions based on functional atlases. We produced two functional parcellations… CONTINUE READING

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